§ 65. Mr. Wingfield Digby
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will arrange for quarto size writing paper to be provided in the secretaries' rooms, now that the House of Commons (Services) Committee has decided to retain this size paper.
§ 66. Mr. Dance
asked the Lord Privy Seal if, in view of the decision of the House of Commons (Services) Committee that writing paper supplied to the secretaries' rooms shall be restricted to sizes A.4 and A.5, he will take steps to ensure that the existing stationery racks will be replaced with ones designed to support the larger-sized paper.
§ Mr. Peart
As the stationery racks need to be replaced, redesigned ones to support the larger sized paper will be provided. It should be pointed out, however, that in accordance with my answer to the Question by the hon. Member for Dorset, West (Mr. Wingfield Digby) quarto size writing paper will continue to be placed in the secretaries' rooms, in addition to sizes A.4 and A.5.
§ Mr. Carlisle
asked the Lord Privy Seal in view of the decision of the House of Commons (Services) Committee that quarto size writing paper will be available only on demand from the Serjeant at Arms Stores, whether supplies obtained in this way will be deducted from the annual allowance for stationery.