HC Deb 01 March 1895 vol 31 c162
MR. A. M. BROOKFIELD (Sussex, Rye)

I beg to ask the Postmaster General, what subordinate or other officials of the Postal Service are responsible for proper neatness of dress on the part of the London letter carriers, and for their wearing the prescribed uniform provided for them out of public money?


Detailed instructions are issued from time to time, having for their object to secure neatness of appearance on the part of the London Postmen in the wearing of their uniforms, and it is the duty of the Postmasters, Inspectors, and other Superintending Officers to see that these instructions are duly obeyed.