HC Deb 09 July 1934 vol 292 c13
17. Mr. JOEL

asked the Postmaster-General whether telegraph offices on railway stations are instructed to refuse to accept telegrams from people other than passengers about to travel by rail?

The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Sir Kingsley Wood)

The answer is in the negative.

18. Mr. J0EL

asked the Postmaster-General whether he will see that telegraph offices on railway stations give facilities for sending radios?


Radio telegrams for ships at sea are at present accepted at some railway telegraph offices, but not at all such offices. I am communicating with the railway companies on the subject, and I will inform my hon. Friend of the result.