HC Deb 30 October 1918 vol 110 cc1495-6W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he will arrange the postal time-table so as to avoid passengers arriving at Euston at 3 a.m., which causes much inconvenience?


If an earlier arrival at Euston is to be of any substantial advan- tage to passengers it should be not later than midnight. This object can be attained only by an earlier departure of the packet boat from Kingstown, and a sacrifice, pro tanto, of postal to passenger interests. I am making inquiry in the matter, but am not yet in a position to arrive at a decision.