The Jubilee window


        It was a pleasure to see the new stained glass Jubilee window in Westminster Hall today. It reproduces the Queen’s arms in brightly coloured glass.  MPs and peers have clubbed together to pay for it by voluntary donation as a memorial of the Queen’s sixtieth anniversary.

          My colleague Michael Ellis MP did all the organising.  It all passed off successfully. Now we await the workmen to hoist the three panes into the northern window, where it will face the stained glass  image of George VI’s arms at the other end of the Hall.

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