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Telephone Service (Miss Rance)

Volume 154: debated on Monday 15 May 1922

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asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the fact that, despite the intention of the National Telephone Company, the standing practice must be observed in regard to the pension of Miss Rance, assistant supervisor, London telephone service, he will arrange for her seniority to be determined in accordance with the standing practice also, seeing that it is equally unjust to Miss Ranee's colleagues to depart from the standing practice as regards seniority, as it would be to the country to depart from the standing practice as regards pension?

I regret that I can add nothing to the reply which I gave to the hon. Member's question on this subject on the 11th April last.