HC Deb 05 December 1906 vol 166 cc926-7

To ask the Postmaster-General if he will inquire into the case of John Condon, postal messenger, of Ballyhahill West, in the county of Limerick, who applied to the head postmaster in Limerick for overtime for 3 years and 10 months when mails were late, but who has been paid for overtime for five months only, in view of the fact that he is positive as to the length of the overtime for which he worked and makes claim; and whether he will also take steps to see that postal messengers be informed in future that they are entitled to over pay when waiting for mails that do not arrive at scheduled time.

(Answered by Mr. Sydney Buxton.) An application has been received from Condon, and I will acquaint the hon. Member in due course with the result of the inquiry which is now being made on the subject.