HC Deb 20 February 1908 vol 184 cc981-2
MR. CLOUGH (Yorkshire, W. R., Skipton)

To ask the Prime Minister whether, in view of the fact that the first Order of the Day was not definitely disposed of before Five o'clock either on Friday, 7th February, or Friday, 14th February, 1908, he will give the House the opportunity to suspend the Five o'clock Rule on Friday, 28th February, 1908, in order to arrive at a decision with regard to the first Order for that Day, viz., the Second Reading of the Women's Enfranchisement Bill.

(Answered by Sir H. Campbell Banner-man.) No, Sir, the Government do not see any reason for taking this course.