HC Deb 17 April 1918 vol 105 c416W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that general complaints have been made by the urban council of Tipperary and other representatives of the people of the difficulty of transacting business in the Tipperary Post Office owing to the want of sufficient accommodation and consequent overcrowding, mainly caused by the thousands of extra military stationed there; and whether he will take immediate steps to remedy this state of affairs and relieve the present congestion by providing extra temporary accommodation?


I have received no complaints on this subject, but I will make inquiry.