HC Deb 18 April 1893 vol 11 cc551-2

I beg to ask the Postmaster General if he will explain on what grounds the postmaster of Liverpool has of late passed over all members of the United Kingdom Postal Clerks' Association, in selecting officers for special duties carrying extra pay; whether he will direct that membership of that Association shall constitute no bar to such special employment; and whether he is aware that the late Mr. Raikes declared that no official would be prejudiced by reason of his connection with an Association of postal servants?


I have no information on the subject to which the hon. Member refers, and I shall be glad if he will furnish me with particulars.