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Exchange, Sale

Volume 498: debated on Wednesday 9 April 1952

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asked the Assistant Postmaster-General what are the reasons for the slow progress being made on the completion of the Sale telephone exchange; and if he will, in the interests of economy, proceed with the installation work more quickly in view of the fact that additional expenses are often occasioned by leisurely rates of construction and installation.

The building is now complete and installation of equipment should begin this month. All the work on this exchange is proceeding as quickly as possible.

Does my hon. Friend realise how grateful my constituents will be for the most excellent improvement in the speed with which this exchange is being completed?