§ 51. Mr. RHYS DAVIES
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many Members of this House have availed themselves of the opportunity to travel third class between Westminster and their constituencies?
§ Major ELLIOT
The information in question could only be obtained by a 214 detailed examination of used vouchers, and then only for a period some time past, and I am satisfied that the labour involved in ascertaining precise figures would not be justified.
§ Mr. McGOVERN
In view of scientific developments, will the hon. and gallant Gentleman consider aeroplanes as a new means of travel?
§ Mr. GEOFFREY PETO
Does not my hon. and gallant Friend think, considering all the other economies which are compulsory throughout the country, that this economy also should be made compulsory?