48. Sir GILBERT PARKER
asked whether it is the intention of the Government to appoint an early day to discuss the grievances of postal servants and the findings of the Holt Committee and the decision of the Government?
§ 53. Mr. GEORGE ROBERTS
asked the Prime Minister whether he will grant some time for a discussion on the Report of the Post Office Committee, or whether there is to be a Supplementary Estimate on which a discussion of this matter could be taken at an early date?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I cannot yet say whether it will be possible to give time for a discussion of this matter. There, will be no Supplementary Estimate for the Post Office.
Sir GILBERT PARKER
Has the right hon. Gentleman taken into consideration the extraordinary amount of unrest and dissatisfaction that exists in the fact that no discussion has taken place in this House, and that Members of Parliament are being asked to assist in having such a discussion?