HC Deb 03 August 1944 vol 402 c1642W
Mr. Mathers

asked the hon. Member for Dulwich, as chairman of the Kitchen Committee if he is aware that the present failure of his Committee to provide any proper supper, either for hon. Members or for the staff of this House, who have to stay for the full period of the Sitting, imposes considerable hardship; and if he will take prompt steps to remedy this.

Mr. Bracewell Smith

Owing to the very rare occasions on which the House has sat beyond the usual time, the Kitchen Committee have not found it necessary to provide supper, except in the Cafeteria and the Staff Canteen. The Committee do not agree that any undue hardship has been caused.