HC Deb 17 August 1911 vol 29 c2101

asked whether the Department will consider during the coming recess if some rearrangement of the rooms chiefly used by Members of the House would contribute to their convenience, and particularly that all the dining-rooms, which are only visited once or twice a day, should be located in the far corridor, and the Members' smoking-room, to which brief and frequent visits are made, and which is much used as a convenient waiting-room for Divisions, should be brought next to the smoking library, or to some other place nearer the debating chamber?


The First Commissioner will be glad to consider the matter, which must, however, be decided by the general wishes of the House.