§ MR. LAMBERT
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury when it is proposed to put down the Vote for the Salaries of the Law Officers of the Crown, so as to afford an opportunity of discussing their conduct in regard to the prosecution of Mr. Whitaker Wright.
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
The manner in which the Attorney-General exercises his responsibilities ought not, I think, to come under the consideration of the House while the prosecution is pending. The hon. Gentleman does not appear to have quite understood the situation. It has nothing whatever to do with the Solicitor-General, or anybody but the Attorney-General, acting in a quasi-judicial capacity.