HC Deb 04 April 1910 vol 16 cc24-5

asked the Prime Minister whether the Government intend to submit the Bill carrying out the Veto Resolutions now before the House for-three Sessions in succession, in the event of its not sooner passing the House of Lords, before advising the Crown to create peers to procure the passing of the Bill?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Asquith)

I cannot make any statement as to the conditions under which I might tender particular advice to the Crown.

Captain CLAY

Might I ask if the Government does not consider that a Bill involving great changes in the Constitution of this country is at least as important as any ordinary Bill on which it is conceivable that the two Houses might possibly differ?


I have nothing to add to the answer I have given.