HC Deb 27 October 1943 vol 393 cc171-2
26. Professor Savory

asked the Postmaster-General whether he will inform postmasters in the London area that they have no authority to insist on the insertion of the Christian names of the addressee and of the sender in telegrams destined for Northern Ireland, as evidently some of them are under a misapprehension with regard to this matter?

The Postmaster-General (Captain Crookshank)

If my hon. Friend will be so good as to supply me with the names of any post offices where he has found misapprehension to exist on this point, I shall be glad of the opportunity to take the necessary action to remove it.