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Did Prime Ministers in the 1930s get driven in a Rolls-Royce?

I am reading a spy novel which describes Stanley Baldwin as being driven on official business in a Rolls-Royce. Is this true?

Asked on 19 March 2019 by Martin Hydes

Answered by Keith Moody
State cars used by the royal family included Rolls-Royces and Bentleys, but I have no idea if Prime Ministers were using these too - it seems unlikely.
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