§ 25. Mr. D. G. SOMERVILLE
asked the Postmaster-General if, in view of the profits now made by the Post Office, he will consider re-modelling the night postal arrangement of London, so as to ensure letters posted in the Metropolitan area by the last post on any night being delivered by the first post in any district of the Metropolitan area next morning?
§ Sir E. BENNETT
Such letters should normally be delivered by the first post 1292 the following morning. If my hon. Friend has particulars of correspondence which appears to have been delayed, I will have enquiry made.