§ 69. Dr. MORRIS-JONES
asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the competition experienced by British holiday resorts from the holiday resorts of Continental countries, he will consider the adoption of similar measures to those of many foreign postal authorities and include in post office effacing stamps either a general invitation to holiday makers to see Britain first or words advertising individual holiday resorts?
§ The ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Viant)
No, Sir. Similar suggestions have repeatedly been considered by my hon. Friend's predecessors and he shares their conclusion that the objections far outweigh any advantages.
§ Dr. MORRIS-JONES
Can the hon. Gentleman say what are the obstacles in view of the very great advantages that might be derived?