HC Deb 05 March 1923 vol 161 c42
88 Viscount CURZON

asked the First Commissioners of Works whether he is aware that under an Order dating from 1836 Members' cars are now not being allowed to stand in the Star Court; whether he is aware that considerable inconvenience is being caused to Members as a result; whether he is aware that part of the accommodation for cars was taken away to form a shelter for taxicab drivers with the result that accommodation is almost entirely lacking; and will he take steps to rescind the Order and, in conjunction with the police authorities, make such arrangements as will meet the general convenience of all concerned?

89. Captain Viscount EDNAM

asked the First Commissioner of Works whether the police have given orders to prevent hon. Members leaving their cars in the Star Court in future; and, if so, why?

87. Captain WATSON

asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he will consider the general convenience of Members whose cars are unattended by chauffeurs before deciding to prohibit cars being left in the Star Court?


The points raised in these questions concern the Serjeant-at-Arms, who, I understand, is considering the whole matter of the parking of cars in Star Court.


Put Curzon in the Star Chamber!