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Grunwick Processing Laboratories Ltd (Dispute)

Volume 934: debated on Thursday 30 June 1977

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asked the Attorney-General whether the Chairman of the Post Office has replied to his letter asking for information as to the steps which he has taken, or proposes in the immediate future to take, in relation to prima facie continuing breaches of the Post Office Act arising from non-delivery of mail to Grunwick; if so, in what terms; if he has replied; and, if no reply has been received, when he expects a reply.

Yes, to the effect that the Post Office would take the action which it has taken in regard to this matter, as announced by it at noon yesterday, 29th June, and which was reported in the Press by 1.30 p.m. yesterday; yes; this docs not arise.

asked the Attorney-General if he will refer to the Director of Public Prosecutions with a view to prosecution for reckless or dangerous driving the activities of Mr. Malcolm Alden and Mr. Kenneth Pearson in driving a bus at the Grunwick factory between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on 21st June.

No. Investigation of allegations of reckless or dangerous driving is a matter for the police.