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Departmental Mail

Volume 932: debated on Thursday 26 May 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will issue instructions to all offices of his Department to make an inquiry into which communications could in future be sent by second-class mail instead of first class without any hardship to the recipient.

The use made of first and second class post is already under detailed study throughout the Department with the aim of increasing the use of second-class post wherever this can be done without hardship to the addressee or adverse effect on the proper discharge of business.