HC Deb 25 June 1908 vol 191 cc55-6

To ask the First Commissioner of Works whether his attention has been called to the removal of the coffee stall, which for fifty-two years has stood at the Marble Arch, and for the last eighteen years has been kept by L. G. Jeans; whether Jeans has been fined for obstructing the way; and whether, under the circumstances, another site will be allotted to him as was done in a similar case for the stallholders in St. James Park.

(Answered by Mr. Harcourt.) This is a matter with which I am not concerned. It is purely a question for the police.