HC Deb 14 November 1938 vol 341 cc496-7
64. Mr. Day

asked the Postmaster-General particulars of the manner in which the Post Office have now decided to amplify and improve the existing means of dealing with public inquiries on the telephone exchanges?

Major Tryon

I assume that the hon. Member's question refers to inquiries from the public in regard to matters unconnected with the various services operated by the Post Office. Such inquiries are relatively few, and I do not consider that any special machinery is called for.

Mr. Day

Does the Department propose to amplify the present inquiries services in any way?

Major Tryon

We have a number of services through which the public can inquire about Post Office matters, and these are going very well.