§ 89. Mr. W. GRAHAM
asked the Secretary for Scotland whether the text of the Universities (Scotland) Bill, 1921, has been supplied to education and other bodies in Scotland; whether the Bill has yet been presented to this House; and when Scottish Members will be supplied with copies of it?
§ The SECRETARY for SCOTLAND (Mr. Munro)
A Universities (Scotland) Bill was submitted to me with the approval of the University Courts of the four Scottish Universities, but I am not aware if the Bill in that form was considered by any education bodies other than the University Courts. As I informed my hon. Friend on the 4th May last, I was considering the possibility of introducing a Universities Bill. The Bill I have in view is substantially the Bill of the University Courts. I fear that it will not be possible to make progress with such a Bill this Session, but I hope that I may be able to introduce it so that its' provisions may be considered by Members of the House and others interested.