HC Deb 23 March 1967 vol 743 c1903
26. Sir Knox Cunningham

asked the Postmaster-General if he has examined the evidence supplied to him by the hon. Member for Antrim, South, of complaints made by members of the Antrim Rural District Council with regard to postal services in Antrim; what investigations he has made into this problem; and what action he proposes to take.

Mr. Joseph Slater

I am looking into the complaints the hon. and learned Gentleman has sent and will write to him.

Sir Knox Cunningham

The representatives who made this criticism in public will be grateful for that investigation. Is the hon. Gentleman aware that they are responsible people who gave detailed criticism of the services?

Mr. Slater

Inquiries were started at once, but it was not possible to contact some of the councillors to obtain further information about their complaints. We have this morning received information, and this is now being considered.