§ 3.0 p.m.
§ EARL JOWITT
My Lords, I see that the Postmaster-General is here now. Perhaps it may now be convenient to ask him the Question of which I have given the Government private notice—namely, whether they have any statement to make regarding alterations in the postal services.
§ THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL (EARL DE LA WARR)
My Lords, I thank the noble and learned Earl for putting this Question now, and I apologise to the House for having been detained on unavoidable business. I know that there have been some suggestions of major changes in the postal services. I am happy to be able to tell your Lordships that this is not intended.