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Luncheon Facilities

Volume 87: debated on Friday 29 November 1985

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asked the Lord Privy Seal, how many meals were served in the Westminster Hall cafeteria during the lunch period on 21 November; and how many Members of either House, Officers and staff working within the Palace were unable to be served.

The number of meals served in the Westminster Hall cafeteria during the luncheon period of 21 November was 350. It is impossible to determine how many Members of either House, Officers or others within the Palace were unable to be served.

asked the Lord Privy Seal how many meals were served in the Strangers' cafeteria during the lunch period on 21 November; and how many Members of either House, Officers and staff working within the Palace were unable to be served.

The number of meals served in the Strangers' cafeteria during the luncheon period of 21 November was 600. It is impossible to determine how many Members of either House, Officers or others within the Palace were unable to be served.

asked the Lord Privy Seal how many meals were served in the Members' cafeteria during the lunch period on 21 November; how many Members of either House and others working within the Palace were unable to be served; and how many strangers were unable to be served.

The number of meals served in the Members' cafeteria during the luncheon period of 21 November was 150. It is impossible to determine how many Members of either House, Officers or others within the Palace were unable to be served.

asked the Lord Privy Seal how many meals were served in the Harcourt room during the lunch period on 21 November; and how many Members of either House, Officers and staff working within the Palace were unable to be served.

The number of meals served in the Harcourt grill room during the luncheon period of 21 November was 80. It is impossible to determine how many Members of either House, Officers or others within the Palace were unable to be served.

asked the Lord Privy Seal how many meals were served in the Strangers' dining room during the lunch period on 21 November; and how many Members of either House, Officers and others within the Palace were unable to be served.

The number of meals served in the Strangers' dining room during the luncheon period of 21 November was 80. It is impossible to determine how many Members of either House, Officers or others within the Palace were unable to be served.