HC Deb 20 July 1908 vol 192 c1445
MR. ALDEN (Middlesex, Tottenham)

To ask the Postmaster-General whether in view of the fact that the discussion on the Post Office Vote has resolved itself to a large extent into a discussion of grievances which it is quite impossible to answer in detail, and that real anomalies and hardships may run the risk of going unredressed, he will consider the advisability of appointing a Standing Committee or Commission, as in New Zealand, to which all such grievances and difficulties can be automatically referred.

(Answered by Mr. Sydney Buxton.) Any complaints put forward by my staff will be carefully considered by me. I do not think the Postmaster-General should be relieved of this duty.