§ 46. Mr. STAVELEY-HILL
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that the Secretary of State for the Home Department stated in a speech at Pontyndd on 18th July that the Government of Ireland Bill, the Established Church (Wales) Bill, and the Franchise and Registration Bill would all become law in the year 1914 unless the public opinion of the electors of the country stopped them; and whether he will state the nature of the steps the Government propose to take to ascertain the views of the electors of the country on the three Bills?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The views of the electors of this country are expressed through their representatives in the House of Commons.