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Volume 478: debated on Monday 18 September 1950

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asked the Postmaster-General how many applicants have been refused telephone service notwithstanding the fact that exchange, line plant, and telephones are available to provide it.

On 30th June, there were about 41,000 applications held up solely owing to pressure of more urgent work.