Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.

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  • Letter Deliveries (Incomplete Addresses). (6 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the increased difficulties of all those concerned with the delivery of letters, especially during black-out hours, through persons not giving a...

  • Telegraph Service (Expeditionary Force). (2 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether he has been able to make arrangements for a telegraph service to the British Expeditionary Force?

  • Speaking-Clock Service. (2 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether he can give any information as to the use of the speaking-clock service and the prospects of extending the service to the whole country?

  • Telephone Service (Storm Damage). (4 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that whenever there is a heavy fall of wet snow, a gale of wind or a silver thaw, most of the telephone lines in Southern and Western England are...

  • Houses of Parliament (Lighting). (6 speeches)

    asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he will specify the schemes which have been submitted to him for lighting the Central Lobby during black-out hours; and the cost of each of them?

  • Government Staffs (Hutments, Bath). (5 speeches)

    asked the First Commissioner of Works whether it is proposed to build hutments on the outskirts of the city of Bath?