Former MP, Islington North
asked the Postmaster-General what telephone exchanges of the London telephone service are not yet automatic; and when it is proposed to transform the Victoria exchange into an automatic service?
asked the Prime Minister whether, with a view to settling prevailing uncertainty on the matter, he will state whether the Permanent Secretary to the Treasury is the head of the Civil Service?
asked the Postmaster-General what facilities are allowed by his Department to sub-postmasters to take annual leave; and what facilities his Department requires sub-postmasters to grant to their employés in the way of holidays?
Former MP for Islington North
Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 22 August 1937 — Died
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