§ MR. J. HOLMS
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, If it is the intention of the Government to introduce a Bill this Session to give effect to the recommendations of the Commissioners on Epping Forest; and, if so, when?
§ SIR HENRY SELWIN-IBBETSON,
in reply, said, the Home Secretary had already stated that he could not undertake to fix a time for the introduction of a Bill until the voluminous evidence had been printed. When it was it would be considered with a view to the bringing in of a Bill, although the present state of the Public Business was not very promising as to its passing. No difficulty could arise from the suspension of the powers of the Commissioners, as they would be alive until the end of next year.