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Notice To Quit, Rushden

Volume 161: debated on Tuesday 13 March 1923

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he is ware that Mrs. Throssell, who is 66 years of age, has been the caretaker operator at Rushden, Northampton, for 16 years; that, owing to the Post Office decision to remove the telephone exchange to another building, his officials have given Mrs. Throssell notice to quit the premises on the 10th instant, although the Post Office lease has still some months to run and whether, in the circumstances, he will permit Mrs. Throssell to continue to occupy her present rooms until the lease expires or, alternatively, find other suitable accommodation for her?

I am enquiring into the matter, and will communicate with the hon. Member.