HL Deb 12 June 1903 vol 123 cc750-1

My Lords, I beg to move for the Return standing in my name of all expenses incurred by the London County Council in promoting and opposing Bills in Parliament. I moved a similar Motion on a previous occasion in different terms, and the Lord Chancellor, who at that time was deputed to answer me, requested me to withdraw the Motion and confer with the Local Government Board. This I have done, and the terms in which the Motion now stands have been arranged, I understand, between the Local Government Board and the London County Council.

Moved, For a Return, in the following form, of all expenses incurred by the London County Council (A.) promoting

Session. Titles of Bills promoted by the Council. Amount expended by the Council in promoting each such Bill, with total for each Session. "Whether such Bill passed into Law.
Total for each Bill. Total for each Session.
£ s. d. £ s. d.

—(The Earl of Camperdown.)


I understand there is no objection to the granting of the Return for which the noble Earl moves.

On Question, Motion agreed to.