HC Deb 18 March 1872 vol 210 cc129-30

asked the First Lord of the Treasury, What position the Scotch Education Bill will occupy in the House after Easter, and, in particular, whether it will not be proceeded with until after the Ballot Bill shall have passed through Committee?


, in reply, said, the Scotch Education Bill would, after Easter, occupy the same position relatively to the Ballot Bill that it had hitherto occupied. The Government desired that it should proceed immediately after the Ballot Bill, and it was not the intention of the Government to take any other Government measure between the two Bills; but they proposed to pass the Ballot Bill entirely through Committee, before they proceeded with the Scotch Education Bill.

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