HC Deb 13 July 1916 vol 84 cc561-2W

asked the—Postmaster General whether (1) he will reconsider his decision in reference to closing the Moydow, county Long ford, post office;; whether he is aware that this is one of I the oldest sub-post offices in Ireland and that its closing has meant a loss to the family who held it; whether, in the event of his adhering to his decision, he will give any compensation to these people for loss of office; and (2) whether he will take steps to provide that the delivery of letters from Edgeworthstown to Ballinalee, county Longford, is made after the limited morning mail arrives instead of cutting off this service altogether as he now proposes to do?


I am having in-inquiry made in both these cases and will write to the hon. Member.