HC Deb 01 August 1951 vol 491 c1454
57. Mr. Llewellyn

asked the Postmaster-General what redress a telephone subscriber has when he is charged for a call which he did not make, or for a longer period of conversation than actually took place, in cases in which the Post Office authorities do not concede the accuracy of his contentions resisting the imposition of a charge.

Mr. Ness Edwards

I am satisfied that the subscriber is safeguarded by the practice described in my reply of 4th July to the hon. and gallant Member for Scotstoun (Colonel J. R. H. Hutchison).