HC Deb 22 June 1877 vol 235 cc155-6

I think it may be for the convenience of the Scotch Members if I state the course that the Government wish to take with regard to the Roads and Bridges (Scotland) Bill, which stands second on the list of Orders to-day. The Amendments, a considerable number of which appear on the Paper, are now all before the Government. I therefore propose to commit the Bill pro formâ to-day, in order that the Government may take all these Amendments into their consideration, and see what they can accept, and what they will feel bound to oppose.