§ 36. Mr. Ness Edwards
asked the Postmaster-General if his attention has been called to the evidence appended to the Third Report of the Public Accounts Committee dealing with the charges made for the exclusive use of radio and telephone links by the Independent Television Authority; and what directives he proposes to issue thereon.
§ Mr. Bevins
None, Sir. We look for the same profit from the I.T.A. as from the B.B.C. or any other customer requiring similar facilities. I think it would be wrong in principle for a public service to impose discriminatory charges.