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Express Letters

Volume 155: debated on Thursday 22 June 1922

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the wide dissatisfaction that is felt with the way in which the express post is working; is he aware that in very many cases an express letter takes just as long as an ordinary letter to arrive; and will he cause inquiries to be made so that the matter may be put right?

I am not aware of any general dissatisfaction with the working of the express post. I shall be glad to have inquiry made concerning the treatment of any particular letters if my hon. and gallant Friend will furnish me with details.