HC Deb 31 January 1956 vol 548 cc91-2W
54. Mr. Langford-Holt

asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government, in view of the increasing problem that parked cars present to the easy flow of traffic in the London area, if he will take steps to see that no buildings are erected without storage space for cars

who composed it; and at what cost for composition, printing, etc.

Mr. Head

It is customary for corps and regiments in the Army to have a regimental quick march; that of the Intelligence Corps is called "The Rose and the Laurel." The tune was adapted and arranged as a quick march by Captain G. H. Stunell, who was at the time Bandmaster at the Royal Military School of Music. No charge is made by the publishers for publication, and no expense in respect of the march fell on public funds.