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Volume 437: debated on Wednesday 14 May 1947

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asked the Postmaster-General if, in view of the deterioration in the postal service and of the delays continually experienced by telephone subscribers dialling TOL, he will arrange for improved pay for personnel, especially in view of the surplus disclosed in the financial statement, in order that a greater number of people may be attracted to enter the service

The pay of postal and telephone staff was revised less than a year ago in agreement with the staff associations. A further claim for increased pay for the rank and file grades is under consideration.