§ 2. Colonel J. R. H. Hutchison
asked the Assistant Postmaster-General when he proposes to make Ipsophone attachments to telephones available to subscribers in this country; and on what terms.
§ Colonel Hutchison
In view of the fact that this ingenious little instrument allows messages to be taken in the absence of the recipient and allows questions to be answered at leisure, does not the hon. Gentleman think there would be considerable demand for it in Government Departments?
§ Mr. Driberg
Whatever the merit of this attachment may be, will my hon. Friend bear in mind that its name is an etymological outrage, and, if he does adopt it, will he rename it in plain English and not leave it a Græco-Latin bastard?