HC Deb 15 March 1934 vol 287 c578

asked the Postmaster-General what reply he has made to the copy of a letter from nine pensioners complaining about the shortage of cash at the Post Office at Lemreway, Lewis, whereby they were kept four or five days before they received payments; and will he say when he proposes to remedy this state of affairs?

The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Sir Kingsley Wood)

As I only received the copy of the letter in question yesterday, I am not yet in a position to reply; but I am having inquiry made into the complaint and will let my hon. Friend know the result as soon as possible.