HC Deb 12 July 1906 vol 160 c1074
MR. REES (Montgomery Boroughs)

I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether, in view of the fact that of the six and a half hours devoted to the Foreign Office Vote nearly a quarter of the time was consumed by one speech, to that many subjects of importance could not be brought forward, he will consider whether he can give a day for the further discussion of this Vote upon the Report stage.


My right hon. friend the Secretary of State for Foreign Foreign Affairs intends to present Papers dealing with Egyptian affairs and, when these are laid, I will consider what time can be found to discuss them if required.


asked whether the right hon. Gentleman was aware that only one branch of British policy was discussed in the short time left to the Committee by the hon. Member for South Monaghan.


The hon. Gentleman had better address his expostulation to the Member for South Monaghan.