HC Deb 30 June 1902 vol 110 c316

I have to ask as to the business for this week, and what Estimates will be taken on Thursday.

MR. T. W. RUSSELL (Tyrone, S.)

Mayask whether Irish Supply will be taken, or whether ft will lie held over until the autumn session.


With regard to the Question last put to me, I have been making such inquiries as are within my power, and I find that next Thursday will be an inconvenient day for the majority of Irish Members to attend. The Irish Estimates will, therefore, be deferred. It will be convenient to take the Foreign Office Vote at the morning sitting, and the Board of Trade Vote at the nine o'clock sitting. The rest of the week will be given to the Education Bill. Perhaps the right hon. Gentleman opposite will allow me to leave Friday a little undecided at present.