Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office. – in the House of Commons on 6th March 1934.
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asked the Postmaster-General if he will take immediate steps to instal, for the use of the public using the Glasgow Central Post Office, a date indicator or calendar?
Arrangements have been made to instal four date indicators at the public counter in the Glasgow Head Post Office.
Is the hon. Member aware of some of the promises which were made on the 18th March last year, and will he see that this promise is acted upon?
I have just informed the hon. Member that I have given him more than he has asked. He asked for one, and I have given him four.
Seeing that we waited one year for one, we might have to wait four years for four.
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