§ Sir R. THOMAS
(by Private Notice) asked the Leader of the House whether the Government are now prepared, in view of what occurred in the other House last week, to agree to set up a Committee of Inquiry in 1838 respect of Miss Douglas-Pennant's dismissal? [Hon. Members: "No," and "Hear, hear."]
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
I think it only right in view of the Resolution in another place, that the subject should be considered by the Cabinet. It has not been possible to do so to-day, on account of the pressure of more important work, but if my hon. Friend will put down a question to-morrow or Thursday, I hope to be able to give him a definite answer.