HC Deb 21 February 1922 vol 150 c1717
66. Mr. J. DAVISON

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that, contrary to the recommendations of the Lytton Committee, a lady with private means is being retained in the Money Order Department, Postal Order Branch, while many girls entirely dependent on their earnings, equally efficient and with several years' service, are being dismissed; and why the single girls under notice in this and the Savings Bank Department have not been allowed to have their appeals heard by their substitution committee?

69. A question in similar terms was addressed by Mr. MILLS to the Postmaster-General.


I am making inquiries and will communicate with the hon. Members.