HC Deb 21 October 1920 vol 133 c1106W

asked the Home Secretary whether, having regard to the advantage taken of processions in London by aliens and hooligans for the purpose of disorder, and having regard to the inconvenience and expense caused by the employment of a large body of police and by the obstruction of traffic, he will see his way to prohibit processions other than the usual military or civic processions in London during this winter, and to afford some other means to the public of bringing grievances to the notice of the authorities?


The question whether special measures will be necessary to maintain peace and good order in London during the coming winter will receive the most careful consideration.