Postal Service, London

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 7th May 1947.

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Photo of Mr Wilfred Paling Mr Wilfred Paling , Wentworth 12:00 am, 7th May 1947

I have already informed the hon. Member, that it is not the intention to restore the 7·30 p.m. and 9 p.m. collections in London, which were suspended during the recent fuel crisis. It has also been decided not to restore the 7 p.m. delivery which was similarly suspended. In future there will be three deliveries in London, with a final delivery commencing at about 3–3·30 p.m., and a final collection at 6–6.30 p.m. In the area contiguous to London, the 8–8.30 p.m. collection will be withdrawn, and the number of deliveries will be reduced to two.