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Select Committee (Telephone Services).

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office. – in the House of Commons on 25th May 1922.

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Photo of Colonel Ralph Glyn Colonel Ralph Glyn , Clackmannan and Eastern


asked the Lord Privy Seal whether it is intended to give this House an early opportunity of discussing the Report of the Select Committee set up to inquire into the telephone services of the Post Office, which matter was not fully considered during the debate on the Post Office Estimates.?


An opportunity for this discussion was afforded on the Post Office Estimates and the Postmaster-General himself dealt with the most important recommendations of the Report. I cannot give special facilities for a further discussion.