§ 92. Mr. RADFORD
asked the Postmaster-General whether he has now completed his inquiries into the inadequate postal facilities of the Borough of Salford; and whether he is now prepared to have the same adequately remedied?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
The postal facilities at Salford do not appear to be specially inadequate in comparison with those available elsewhere. I am considering the question raised by my hon. Friend in its general bearing, and I regret that my inquiries are not yet complete.
§ Mr. RADFORD
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, although Salford is a town of about 240,000 inhabitants, no telegram or registered letter can be sent after seven o'clock in the evening? I am sure no other town in the country is so inadequately served?