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Volume 478: debated on Wednesday 25 October 1950

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asked the Postmaster-General when sufficient labour is likely to be available for the installation of telephones to those requiring them.

Expenditure on labour and stores for installing telephones has to be met from the limited capital resources available to the Post Office. So long as these resources continue to be restricted, I regret that I cannot say when all outstanding demands for service will be completed.