§ Mr. W. J. BROWN
I wish to raise a point of Order in regard to questions. Four or five days ago I handed in a question relating to the Douglas-Pennant case. The Clerk at the Table sent me the usual printed card, and, when I saw him, he raised some question about the form in which the question was drafted. That was two nights ago. I altered the form of the question in such a way as to meet the point the Clerk had put to me, and I very confidently expected that the question would be on the Order Paper to-day. It has not appeared, and, as the matter is one of some urgency, I should be grateful if I could learn what has gone on.
§ Mr. SPEAKER
What the hon. Member says is quite true, but the question was put down for next Monday.