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Telephone Kiosks

Volume 414: debated on Thursday 25 October 1945

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asked the Assistant Postmaster-General whether, for the convenience of persons living or about to live in municipal blocks of flats, he will take steps to arrange for the inclusion of a public coin box in each of these buildings.

Yes, Sir, provided the housing authority agrees and there is likely to be a reasonable number of calls made. To meet the general convenience the facilities can usually best be afforded by a telephone kiosk in the forecourt or in the precincts of the flats rather than in any particular building.