HC Deb 25 June 1906 vol 159 c665
DR. MACNAMARA (Camberwell, N.)

asked the Prime Minister whether he could so arrange that the important series of Amendments to Clause 4 of the Education Bill standing in the name of the President of the Board of Education, including one permitting denominational school managers in special cases to contract themselves out of the Act of 1902 and the present Bill, should receive discussion. As the Amendments were placed at the end of. Clause 4 it was practically certain as matters stood that they would be put to the House on Wednesday at 10.30 without debate.


I think it is clear that ample time will in fact be secured for the discussion of the important matters referred to by my hon. friend, if only because all the points contained in the new Amendments are in effect raised by Amendments to Clause 4 which occur quite early on the Paper, and which, so far as I can see, will receive full and ample discussion.