HC Deb 26 March 1929 vol 226 cc2239-40
17. Sir R. THOMAS

asked the Postmaster-General in how many, and what towns in Wales telephone kiosks of the standard pattern have been installed; what is the total number of kiosks; and what percentage of increase, if any, has there been in the number of calls made since their installation?


On the 28th February, 1929, there were 173 telephone kiosks in 49 towns in Wales. I will write to the hon. Member giving a list of the towns in which kiosks have been installed. I am sorry that details are not available to enable me to reply to the last part of the question.


Can the right hon. Gentleman say how many of these telephone kiosks would be required to conquer unemployment?