32. Colonel NEWMAN
asked the Minister of Health why a notice describing a new journalistic enterprise by a Member of this House, and explaining that a novel feature would be the distribution of a large sum of money to readers of the enterprise free from the element of gambling and involving no coupon or such like formality, was printed on the back of the official notice enacting that the postponed Census would be taken on Sunday of this week; was this privilege accorded to the hon. Member free of cost; and, if not, can he give the sum that was paid to obtain it?
This question has already been dealt with in the reply given by the Minister of Health to the hon. Member for the West Riding of Yorkshire on the 16th instant and in my reply to the hon. Member for West Ham on the same day.
Will the hon. Member answer the last part of my question: Was that privilege given free of cost or what sum was paid for it?
§ Mr. SPEAKER
The hon. Member should follow other questions. This has been answered once or twice, and the amount has been stated.