§ MR. SWIFT MACNEILL (Donegal, S.)
I beg to ask the Attorney General whether any minute or memorandum has been preserved of the reasons on 1569 which he grounded his decision not to set the Public Prosecutor in motion in the ease of the London and Globe Finance Corporation; and, if so, whether he would lay that minute on the Table.
§ THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL (Sir ROBERT FINLAY, Inverness Burghs)
No minutes are kept. The only documents are the instructions on which the consultation proceeded, and it would not be in accordance with usage to lay the Papers on the Table of the House.
§ MR. SWIFT MACNEILL
Will the hon. and learned Gentleman see that his own memorandum is preserved for the benefit of future generations?