HC Deb 03 July 1933 vol 280 c13
21. Lieut.-Colonel APPLIN

asked the Postmaster-General if he will promote legislation to enable him to provide applicants with telephone service in cases where, owing to the unreasonable refusal of the necessary wayleaves, be is at present prevented from doing so?

The POSTMASTER-GENERL (Sir Kingsley Wood)

I hope it may be possible for a Bill to be introduced next year to amend the Telegraph Acts, when the possibility of including provisions to meet such cases as my hon. Friend has in mind will be considered.