HC Deb 10 February 1930 vol 235 cc29-30
62. Mr. BOWEN

asked the First Commissioner of Works whether any further experiment's have been made with a view to dressing the floor of the corridor leading from the Central Lobby to the Members' Lobby of this House with an efficient anti-slip dressing; and whether he will take such steps as will obviate the danger of the present surface?


The use of soda ash has now been adopted to obviate the slipperiness of the floor in question and I am assured that a great improvement has resulted.


Is the right hon. Gentleman aware of the exceedingly slippery nature of the Parliamentary pathway and will he do what he can to improve the situation?