§ 50. Sir STEPHEN COLLINS
asked the Prime Minister whether, when the Motion is made to issue a writ for the election of a 465 Member in the place of an hon. Member of this House who has fallen in the War, some method can be arranged, such as Members rising in their places when the Question is put, or some other simple but effective way, whereby this House can show its appreciation of the supreme sacrifice made by the late Member in giving his life for his King and country?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
It is open to the House to adopt such method as most commends itself to hon. Members of signifying their sense of the occasion referred to. At present Members uncover their heads.