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Mails, Railway Stations (Safeguards)

Volume 446: debated on Wednesday 28 January 1948

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he will make provision for Government mail to be adequately safeguarded on railway stations.

The safeguarding of mails on railway stations is under constant review and all practicable steps are taken to ensure that the arrangements are adequate. If, however, my hon. Friend has in mind any particular station where he thinks existing safeguards might be improved, I shall be happy to look into the matter.