I hope that my hon. Friend will not leave this entirely to Glasgow Corporation, which seems to have made up its mind. When so many towns are re-examining the need for urban roads, I hope that my hon. Friend will use his influence to get Glasgow to do the same.
I am well aware of my hon. Friend's feelings on this, with which I have a great deal of sympathy. It would be premature for me to express views either way until the corporation has put specific proposals to me. At that stage there will be full opportunity for objections to be made and considered at a public inquiry before decisions are taken.