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Trunk Telephone Service (Government Departments)

Volume 437: debated on Wednesday 14 May 1947

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asked the Postmaster- General the number of trunk telephone circuits at present allotted exclusively to Service departments and the number allotted to all other Government Departments, together with the number new available for the general public.

At the end of April the Service Departments had 2,260 telephone circuits over 25 miles in length, other Government Departments and he British Broadcasting Corporation had 770, and the public service 13,400.