asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will take action to require that cars left overnight in the House of Commons car park are parked other than in the top three levels; and if he will make a statement.
It is desirable that cars, parked by or on the authority of Members, which arrive early or which remain for more than a short time, should wherever possible be parked on the third floor, thus leaving the higher levels for late arrivals or short-stay parking. A recommendation to this effect was made by the Services Committee in its fifth report of Session 1975–76; and I would welcome the cooperation of all right hon. and hon. Members in this respect.