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Television (Car Suppressors)

Volume 497: debated on Monday 10 March 1952

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asked the Assistant Postmaster-General whether he is satisfied with the response he is getting from road users to his request that suppressors shall be fitted to stop interference with television reception.

It is too early to assess the extent of the response to the Postmaster-General's appeal to motorists to fit suppressors to their cars, but there are indications of an increasing demand for suppressors and my noble Friend is gratified at the support given to his campaign by some of the large users of motor vehicles, the motoring associations, the manufacturers and others.