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Parcels Post (Loss By Enemy Action)

Volume 390: debated on Wednesday 30 June 1943

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asked that the Postmaster-General, whether his Department refunds to the senders the cost of the parcels destroyed in the recent fire at an enemy attacked post office?

No, Sir. As announced on several occasions in the Press and on the wireless, the Post Office does not pay compensation for loss or damage directly or indirectly due to enemy action.