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Volume 722: debated on Tuesday 21 December 1965

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asked the Postmaster-General how many citizens were waiting for a telephone service in the borough of Morpeth at the nearest convenient date; and what action is being taken to meet this need.

Excluding orders in hand or under inquiry, 40 applicants were waiting for service in the borough of Morpeth at 30th November, 1965. The exchange is being extended and I hope that all those now waiting will have service by the spring.