Oral Answers to Questions — Railways – in the House of Commons on 8th December 1943.
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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport the approximate amount that the main line railway companies propose to spend in public advertisement against unnecessary Christmas travel?
I will endeavour to obtain the information required by my hon. and gallant Friend, and I will communicate with him when I have received it.
Whatever that amount is, can the hon. Gentleman assure the House that it will not be made futile by the running of additional trains at Christmas?
I have already given the hon. and gallant Gentleman a long answer to that question.
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