§ Mr. S. MacNEILL
I beg to ask you, Sir, a question in reference to the privileges of this House and the relations between the Speaker of this House and its Members. I wish to know whether the Dardanelles Report, without omissions, was received by you in your official capacity as Speaker of the House of Commons and, if so, whether it ought not to be laid before the House and so received?
§ Mr. MacNEILL
It -was stated publicly in this House by the Chancellor of the Exchequer that unexpurgated copies had been furnished to the Speaker of the House confidentially. [HON. MEMBERS: "No, no!" and an HON. MEMBER: "Would be."] Then it was to be in the future. I will wait until you receive it.