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Great Eastern Railway Bill

Volume 32: debated on Friday 5 April 1895

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On the Order for Third Reading,

said, he had no special complaint against this company, but he wanted to know, now that it came to ask for further powers, whether the company had in any way laid itself open to special complaints on the part of the Board of Trade, either with regard to railway rates or hours of servants.

said, he did not know for certain what the hon. Member meant by special complaints, but he was not aware of any matter in respect of which he could draw any difference between this company and other companies, and say that that Bill ought to receive different treatment.

Bill read 3°.