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Telephone Service, House Of Commons

Volume 485: debated on Thursday 22 March 1951

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asked the Postmaster-General whether he will now state if he will provide small fixed washable writing plaques in the telephone kiosks of the House of Commons and in a few positions in other parts of the country, including Newport, as an experiment; and what the cost per unit of such plaques would be.

My right hon. Friend regrets that he cannot adopt this suggestion for the reasons given in his recent letter to my hon. Friend. Paper writing pads, however, are being fitted in the telephone cabinets available to Members in the House.