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Postal Service, Newbury—London

Volume 463: debated on Wednesday 13 April 1949

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asked the Postmaster-General if he will ensure that letters sent by the afternoon collection in the Newbury rural area reach addresses in central London by the first delivery on the following morning.

Letters for London posted in time for the afternoon collections in the Newbury rural area are due to be delivered by first post next week-day. If the hon. Member will let me have particulars and, if possible, the envelopes of any letters which appear to have been delayed, I shall be glad to have full inquiry made.

Will the Minister keep a particular watch upon this matter, as I have had a good number of complaints from constituents? I will gladly do what he suggests.