Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 24th January 1951.

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Photo of Mr Eric Bullus Mr Eric Bullus , Wembley North 12:00 am, 24th January 1951

asked the Postmaster-General how many applicants in the Borough of Wembley await the installation of telephones; and when they are likely to have this service.

Photo of Mr Ness Edwards Mr Ness Edwards , Caerphilly

One thousand six hundred and forty in the areas served by the Wembley, Corinthian and Arnold exchanges. Most of these applications will be met after the new exchange equipment is brought into service in about four months' time.

Photo of Mr James Harrison Mr James Harrison , Nottingham East

Will my right hon. Friend, irrespective of the continuous pressure for telephone equipment in this country, do everything he possibly can to keep open our export market for this telephone equipment, upon which we depend so much?