§ Mr. GINNELL
asked the Prime Minister, having regard to the failure of former Home Rule Bills owing largely to lack of knowledge of the financial relations between Great Britain and Ireland, to the fact that this is a public concern for the elucidation of which public money has been spent, and to the rule preventing a Minister using in the House information withheld from other Members, whether the Government still adhere to their purpose of withholding this information from Members generally; and, if so, until what period?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I am not aware of any rule such as that quoted by the hon. Member, and I have nothing to add to the answers I have already given on the subject.
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether, in view of the message received from Ulster in the first instance, and from Manchester yesterday, the Government intend to bring in the Bill at all?
§ Earl WINTERTON
May we definitely assume the right hon. Gentleman undertakes not to publish the Report of this Secret Committee, and to give it to the House generally?