Ral Answers to Questions. – in the House of Commons on 17th April 1923.
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury how many hon. Members of the House of Commons refuse to accept the salaries which they are entitled to receive as Members of Parliament?
The number of Members of the House of Commons who refuse to accept the salaries to which they are entitled as Members is six.
Will the hon. Gentleman be good enough to give the House the names of these altruistic heroes, so that we may identify them when they come into our constituencies and condemn these payments?
Will the hon. Gentleman make arrangements with the Chancellor of the Exchequer to transfer the salaries of those who refuse them to those who are prepared to take them