HC Deb 12 December 1938 vol 342 c1609
71. Mr. Thurtle

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that some post offices are without the necessary forms of application for the new voluntary pensions; and whether, in view of the short time now to elapse before the latest time for applications is reached, he will take steps to see that all post offices have a supply of these forms immediately?

Major Tryon

All post offices should maintain adequate supplies of application forms and explanatory leaflets relating to the new voluntary pensions scheme. If the hon. Member will let me have particulars of any offices at which there has been difficulty in obtaining the forms, I will have inquiry made.