HC Deb 20 March 1890 vol 342 c1257
MR. WARMINGTON (Monmouth, W.)

I beg to ask the President of the Board of Trade when the Government will be able to lay upon the Table the Amendments they propose to move in Committee on the Companies (Winding-up) Bill; and whether, if such Amendments are numerous, the Government will reprint the Bill, showing the Amendments proposed to be introduced?


It is not my intention to propose any Amendments to the Companies (Winding-up) Bill; but I do propose to circulate a Paper for the consideration of the Members of the Standing Committee on Trade, showing the alterations and repeals which are proposed to be effected in the existing law by the Bill, so that the Standing Committee may have the opportunity of clearly seeing the effect of the Bill and of adding to it any clauses they may deem necessary.