Oral Answers to Questions — Dundee Omnibuses (Standing Passengers).

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at on 8 February 1929.

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Photo of Mr Edwin Scrymgeour Mr Edwin Scrymgeour , Dundee

Seeing that the Railway Passenger Duty Act of 1842 has, as its main provision, the interests of revenue, and that the interim report of the Minister of Transport in 1922 recommended permission for a few additional passengers, will the right hon. Gentleman agree to a proposal, if the number suggested is within his idea of a fair provision as allowed under the Tramways Act and such like Measures?