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Express Delivery Services

Volume 236: debated on Tuesday 4 March 1930

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asked the Postmaster-General whether in view of the failure of the Post Office to give accelerated delivery of letters in return for the express delivery fee of 6d., he will now cancel his invitation to the public to send letters by this service in return for an extra fee?

The express delivery services provide facilities which are largely used by the public; and it would not be to the public interest to withdraw them.