Hornsey Town Council (Accounts).

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office. – in the House of Commons on 26th June 1922.

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Photo of Viscount  Ednam Viscount Ednam , Hornsey


asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that sums amounting to £1,273 lls. ld. are due by the Postmaster-General to the Hornsey Town Council in respect of trench re-instalment accounts, and that some of these accounts date back to January last; and whether, seeing that on its side the General Post Office demands payments in advance in respect of sums to be due by the corporation without any interest allowance, the Department will now pay this £1,273 to the corporation together with an allowance for interest?

Photo of Mr Herbert Pease Mr Herbert Pease , Darlington

The sums referred to are in respect of seven accounts received on various dates between January and May, of which four had to be returned to the Council for amendment. All the accounts have now been paid except one, which was received back from the council, after correction, a few days ago. There is no case of payment of interest.