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House Of Commons Post Office (Staffing)

Volume 413: debated on Friday 24 August 1945

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asked the Assistant Postmaster-General if he is aware of the considerable additional duties now imposed upon the Members' Post Office in the House of Commons; and if he is satisfied that adequate staff and accommodation are available to ensure prompt service to hon. Members.

Yes, Sir. Owing to the limited accommodation available in the present temporary Post Office in the House of Commons it is not practicable to employ there all the additional staff necessary to cope with the work, but other arrangements are being made which will, I hope, ensure a satisfactory service.