HC Deb 09 July 1920 vol 131 c1833W
Major GLYN

asked the Attorney-General why the Amendments to the Indemnity Bill put down by him in pursuance of his undertaking given to the House on the Second Reading, do not extend to goods or ships, seeing that his undertaking was general and contained no exception of those things?


The Amendments approved by the Government, and adopted by the Select Committee are intended to fulfil, and in my opinion do fulfil, every undertaking given in the Debate on the Second Reading of the Bill. No undertaking was given either to goods or ships.