HC Deb 10 April 1922 vol 153 cc15-6 The following question stood on the Order Paper in the name of Sir W. JOYNSON-HICKS: 25. To ask the Prime Minister whether his attention has been called to the statement by the Lord High Chancellor that he would be surprised if the recent appointment of the hon. and learned Member for Upton (Sir Ernest Wild) had not been accompanied by a condition that he should resign his seat in this House either immediately or in the near future; and whether such condition was in fact made when the appointment was sanctioned?

I have been asked to postpone this question. May I ask when it will be convenient for me to put the question again? The House is to rise on Wednesday next.

Mr. CHAMBERLAIN (Leader of the House)

I would be obliged if my hon. Friend would postpone the question until after the Recess. I must communicate with the Lord Chancellor, and at present I am unable to say when I shall be able to get a letter through.


I will gladly do as suggested.

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