§ 3.34 p.m.
§ Lord HAILSHAM of SAINT MARYLEBONE
My Lords, I beg to ask Her Majesty's Government a Question of which I have given Private Notice and which is, I believe, identical to a Question being asked in another place. The Question is as follows:To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they are aware that there are more than 80 sacks of mail at Cricklewood Post Office sorting office inward to and outward from the Grunwick Processing Laboratory which employees of the Post Office are wilfully detaining or delaying, and whether they will now take action to enforce Section 58 of the Post Office Act 1953".
§ Baroness LLEWELYN-DAVIES of HASTOE
My Lords, with the leave of the House my noble and learned friend the Lord Chancellor will answer that Question in the form of a Statement at a convenient moment after 3.30 p.m. This will be followed by a Statement, which will be repeated by my noble friend Lord Oram, on the air services between the United Kingdom and the United States.