HC Deb 18 May 1904 vol 135 c184
MR. LAMBERT (Devonshire, South Molton)

I desire to ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether, in view of the fact that the House is at present debarred from discussing the Tibetan expedition, he will give a Parliamentary day for the discussion of the new development which has taken place.


There is no new development of which I am aware, nor can I promise the day asked for. If any real reason for discussing this question were to arise, no doubt an occasion would be found.

MR. FLYNN (Cork County, N.)

Will the right hon. Gentleman advise his friends to remove the blocking Motion on the Paper?

[No answer was returned.]