§ MR. LAMBERT
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General if the Government have yet arrived at any decision with regard to the ultimate incidence of the costs incurred in the prosecution of Mr. Whitaker Wright; and whether, in view of the importance of vindicating commercial morality, he will direct the costs of the prosecution to be borne by the Crown.
§ THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL (Sir ROBERT FINLAY,) Inverness Burghs
It would be premature at this stage of the proceedings to give any decision on the Question of the hon. Member.
§ SIR ROBERT FINLAY
The prosecution is coming on shortly, and when it is over the question can be considered.