HC Deb 29 May 1930 vol 239 cc1465-6
30. Mr. DAY

asked the Home Secretary how many extensions of hours on licensed premises have been granted by the Metropolitan Police authorities during the 12 months ended to the last convenient date; and how many of these extensions were granted in the area of the Vine Street (West) police station?


The total numbers of special orders of exemption granted and refused in respect of licensed premises in the Metropolitan Police district during the 12 months ended the 31st March, 1930, were 10,630 and 479 respectively. During the same period, 1,418 orders were granted and 80 refused in the Vine Street sub-division.


Have applicants whose applications have been refused any right of appeal from the local police officers?


That is a detail as to which at the moment I have no knowledge, and I should like notice of that question.