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    @ParliamentWW1 - 21/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, MPs asked when the Government planned to vacate the University of London's premises. The Government replied that the vital nature of the work, clearing up the estates of fallen servicemen, meant that a change of location was impractical. https://t.co/saTMdKvHfW

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 18/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, the expenses incurred by the Peace Treaty continued to be discussed in committee. You can read the full discussion at https://t.co/9X76wQeX0R

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    MPs were also concerned about the large amount of rent owed for the Newport Hotel which was occupied by the British military #Oay 1919. The Government stated that a hearing to look into the matters was scheduled for 21st July. Read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/dnFXwlTXtX

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    An MP asked if gala performances would be held at the Opera as part of the peace celebrations #onthisday 1919. The Government stated that the gala performances had been abandoned when the peace celebrations were brought forward from August to 19th July. https://t.co/U6DJFPjc0L

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, the House of Commons agreed to fund any expenses that arose from putting the Peace Treaty into effect. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/m16SAJpubx

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, MPs asked if workers would be paid for the national holiday on 19th July. The Government confirmed that they would be paying their workers and that they hoped that private companies would follow suit. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/LhRXXu0UYQ

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    MPs asked if wounded men would be taking part in the Peace procession onthisday 1919. The Government said that they would not, but hat arrangements had been made for them to view the procession. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/ZMmc0BrZBf

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 17/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, MPs requestend be built to allow staff of the Houses of Parliament to view the Peace procession. The Government regretted that this was not possible but said they would look into reserving spaces for them on Bridge Street. https://t.co/5c9IuZ6YYQ

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 16/07/2019

    #Onthisday 1919, MPs asked the Government to confirm reports that Marshall Foch would be attending the Peace Celebrations. The Government stated that there was indeed a possibility that he would attend. You can read the Hansard entry at https://t.co/fcBebxNbHS

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    @ParliamentWW1 - 16/07/2019

    MPs asked if correspondence with the German government regarding the Peace Treaty terms would be printed prior to the debate on the Bill #onthisday 1919. The Government stated that it would not be ready due to the amount of translation and printing needed. https://t.co/n7ExoqP1aa