§ MR. ALBERT GREY
asked the President of the Local Government Board after what hour the Parliamentary Elections (Redistribution) Bill would not be taken?
§ SIR CHARLES W. DILKE
, in reply, said, the Government would consult the general opinion of the House as to that. He did not think they ought to fix any hour, as he thought the general opinion of the House was that progress should be made with the Bill as quickly as possible.
§ MR. COURTNEY
asked whether, in view of the Notice of Motion given by the hon. Member for Sligo (Mr. Sexton) with reference to the conduct of the Speaker, the Government would take up the Bill to-morrow?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
I did not hear the Notice of Motion put down by the hon. Member for Sligo; but I may say that it is the intention of the Government to deal with the Bill tomorrow.