HC Deb 11 May 1931 vol 252 c817

asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been drawn to a scheme of reply-paid envelopes for business purposes recently adopted in the United States of America, whereby reply envelopes may be sent out by business firms marked Postage will be paid by addressee and no postage stamp necessary if mailed in the United States, and in which the sum necessary to cover the cost of their return is deposited with the local post office; and whether, in order to stimulate trade in this country, he will consider the adoption of some such scheme by the British Post Office?


I beg to refer the hon. Member to my reply of the 6th instant to the question on the subject asked by the hon. Member for Newcastle (Sir N. Grattan-Doyle).