HC Deb 04 July 1907 vol 177 c869
MR. NICHOLLS (Northamptonshire, N.)

I beg to ask the President of the Board of Education whether his attention has boon called to the deadlock in the management of the council school at Tallington; whether he is aware that the citric, at the parish meeting in 1903 at which two managers were appointed, having omitted to state in the minutes the length of time for which they were appointed, now holds that such managers were appointed for life or until they may choose to resign, and that these managers, having refused to resign, the parish is disfranchised; and will he say what steps, if any, he intends to take in this matter.


I should be obliged if the hon. Member would defer this Question until Monday next, when I hope to be in a position to give a definite reply.