HC Deb 09 March 1911 vol 22 c1720W

asked the Attorney-General for Ireland whether, in order to remove some portion of the admitted grievances under which jurors labour in Belfast, he will arrange that jury cases should be taken first, that two or three juries should be sworn each day so as to let the remainder of the jurors away, and that Civil Bill appeals should be taken last?


I do not think that the hon. Member's proposal regarding the swearing of juries a practicable one, but the matter is in no way under my control. Respecting the hearing of the Civil Bill appeals, I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given to his question on the subject on the 6th inst.