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Staff, Londonderry

Volume 244: debated on Tuesday 11 November 1930

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asked the Postmaster-General what reductions have recently been made in the staff of the General Post Office at Londonderry; and whether representations have been made to him that such reductions interfere with the proper conduct of Post Office business and inflict hardship on the remaining members of the Post Office staff?

In consequence of reduction of work, it lately became necessary to reduce the establishment of the Londonderry Head Post Office by eight posts. Representations have been made by the local Chamber of Commerce regarding the service at the Post Office counter, and this matter has been under observation; but I am assured that the staffing arrangements are adequate.