Oral Answers to Questions — The Coronation.

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  • Traffic Regulations. (2 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether he proposes to take special measures to deal with the abnormal increase in London traffic during the Coronation period?

  • Procession (Seats). (8 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council what control, if any, the Government propose to have over seats to view the Coronation procession; and whether, if the prices charged are excessive, they...

  • Air Raid Precautions. (19 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary what action has been taken with university authorities in general, and Edinburgh in particular, in relation to anti-poison-gas instruction; whether this has been included...

  • Cinematograph Exhibitions. (2 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether he will take steps to prevent any cinematograph film company from depicting the Almighty as a screen character in view of the anxiety which many sections of the...

  • Licensing Statistics. (2 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary (1) the number of proceedings and convictions for drunkenness, respectively, in 1935 for England, and for Wales, for counties, and county boroughs, respectively,...

  • Convicted Prisoners (Insanity). (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary the number of female prisoners who were certified insane after their reception into prison as convicted persons for the three years to the last convenient date; and...