MR. BRADLAUGH'S FUTURE ACTION.|1885-12-25|Llangollen Advertiser Denbighshire Merionethshire and North Wales Journal - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE STRIKE AT THE LLANDDULAS…

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L LLANGOLLEN ADVERTISER OFFICE,

TEMPERANCE AND THE ELECTIONS.

MR. BRADLAUGH'S FUTURE ACTION.

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MR. BRADLAUGH'S FUTURE ACTION. Mr. Bradlaugh has been interviewed for the purpose of ascertaining his proposed mode of pro- cedure on the assembling of Parliament on the 12th of January. Mr. Bradlaugh said he could hardly bring himself to believe that there would be any kind of motion made against him when Parliament assembled. A motion, if made, must be in one of two forms, either for expulsion or for exclusion from the precincts of the House. Either motion would be in the highest degree monstrous. His intention was to attend Parliament with all the other members at the earliest possible moment on its assembling. If there should be a contest for the election of a Speaker, he should take part in it; and as to the other formalities for taking his seat, he should seek to fulfil them all in accordance with law and the practice of Parliament, which he held he had never broken. Every statement, however, which had been published as to when he intended to present himself at the table of the House of Commons was absolutely unauthorised. He main- tained that he was in the same position as every other lawfully returned member. He had heard of no petition heing presented against his return, so that the statement that Mr. Richards, who contested the seat, intended to claim it in the event of a hostile vote, was simply ridiculous.

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