HC Deb 16 March 1903 vol 119 cc850-1
MR. BELL (Derby)

I beg to ask the President of the Board of Trade a Question, of which I have given him private notice—viz., whether, in view of the verdict and rider of the jury in the case of "Penrhyn v. Parry," he will now take steps, under the Conciliation Act, 1896, with the object of bringing the dispute to an end.


I regret that I see no reason to believe that the expression of opinion by the jury has altered the existing situation, but, of course, if at any time I have grounds for hoping that the intervention of the Board of Trade would lead to a satisfactory result, I should be happy to take action in the matter.