HC Deb 04 July 1906 vol 160 c59
MR. ARKWRIGHT (Hereford)

I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether, when he promised a day for the discussion of the conduct of Mr. Justice Grantham, he had before him the report of the Yarmouth trial; if not, whether he has now had an opportunity of perusing it; and whether he will make an early statement of the Government's attitude on the question, in view of the constitutional issues involved.


The Government's attitude will be stated on Friday to the House. With respect to the first and second paragraphs of the Question, I shrink from creating a precedent which would justify hon. Members on other occasions in asking the Leader of the House not merely whether he has read a particular document, but when he actually did read it.