§ 69. Mr. Parker
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that parcels addressed to men serving in Northern Ireland have been refused by the Post Office; and whether he can look into this matter and provide adequate parcel facilities?
§ Sir E. Grigg
Under an Order made on 6th July, parcels may not ordinarily be sent to Northern Ireland without a permit. Arrangements are, however, being made for parcels to be sent to soldiers in Northern Ireland without a permit, if they are addressed to the unit address. An announcement containing full instructions will be issued this week by my right hon. Friend the Postmaster-General.