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Relief Works, Scotland

Volume 159: debated on Friday 15 December 1922

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asked the First Commissioner of Works, as representing the Secretary for Scotland, whether he can see his way to complete the work already started on the Clisham deviation, the bays; of Harris Road, and the road from Amhuinsuidh to Hushinish, the construction of which will greatly relieve the unemployment which prevails throughout the Western Isles at the present time and facilitate transport?

The question whether it will be necessary to undertake any such works is being examined, but no decision has yet been reached.