§ MR. BUCHANAN (Edinburgh, W.)
asked the honourable Member for North West Staffordshire, Whether arrangements can be made after the Prorogation for the admission of visitors to the House of Commons at proper times and under necessary restrictions?
MR. LEVESON GOWER (A LORD of the TREASURY) (Stafford, N.W.)
, in reply, said, that the admission of visitors when the House was not sitting was entirely in the hands of the Lord Chamberlain.
§ MR. BUCHANAN
asked if the First Commissioner of Works would make a representation on the subject to the Lord Chamberlain?
MR. LEVESON GOWER
said, he would bring the matter under the notice of his hon. Friend; but he would also advise the hon. Member himself to make such a representation to the Lord Chamberlain.