HC Deb 27 June 1907 vol 177 cc123-4
MR. WATERLOW (Islington, N.)

I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether he is aware that the London Institution in Finsbury Circus, which is governed by a Royal Charter and regulated by an Act of Parliament of 1822, has for some time found great difficulty in carrying out the objects for which it was established in a manner adequate to its resources; and whether he will consider the desirability of instituting a Parliamentary inquiry with a view to the adoption of such measures as may seem desirable for increasing its usefulness.


I have no official information. If my hon. friend will suggest to the persons responsible for the conduct of the Institution that they should communicate with the Board of Education, the Board will, I have no doubt, look into the matter.