HC Deb 28 March 1938 vol 333 c1624
42. Mr. G. Strauss

asked the Postmaster-General whether persons, one or both of whose parents are British subjects by naturalisation, are thereby debarred from employment at the Post Office?

Major Tryon

The answer is in the negative, assuming that the candidates themselves are natural-born British subjects.

Mr. Strauss

Will the Postmaster-General be good enough to look into a number of cases where applicants have been turned down?

Major Tryon

I shall be happy to do so.