asked the Postmaster-General what is the average number of times daily a telephone subscriber is called to the telephone in the Bristol area to find that the caller has the wrong number; and whether this number is higher than the national average.
I thank my hon. Friend for that reply. Does he agree that the number of mis-phone calls through errors of dialling is still too high? The dialling system is even more complex—[HON. MEMBERS: "Question."] Will he make available propaganda and information courses to enable people to understand the system?
In response to the supplementary question and the constituency interest my hon. Friend has, I can do no better than to say that there have been seven complaints from the Avonmouth subscribers. Three were due to plant faults, one was a dialling mistake and three were due to subscribers' faults.