Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations. – in the House of Commons on 10th July 1919.
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asked the Prime Minister if it is intended to make any
arrangement to enable Members of Parliament and their wives to view the triumphal march of the troops on 19th July?
A stand is being erected on the south side of the Mall for Members of Parliament and their wives. Hon. Members are entitled to two tickets, price 10s. each, and Members who desire tickets should give their names to Mr. Speaker's Secretary.
Mr. T. WILSON:
Is this charge to be a precedent?
The Chancellor of the Exchequer will be able to tell the hon. Member if he thinks the price is lower than it ought to be.
Is it wives or children?
Will the stands be behind the trees or not?
Will it be half-price for children?
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