§ 30. Mr. HUTCHISON
asked the Postmaster-General whether he will consider allowing Members of Parliament the free use of the telephone for six minutes on each weekday when the House is sitting, so that they communicate direct with their agents at specified numbers with the object of facilitating the transaction of their Parliamentary duties?
§ Sir K. WOOD
I regret that I can see no sufficient justification for acceding to my hon. Friend's suggestion which, presumably, he proposes should be effected at the expense of the telephone service.