HC Deb 30 June 1919 vol 117 c624W

asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether he is aware that the interests and needs of Glasgow are much greater than those of either Manchester or Cardiff, where Stationery Offices already exist; and whether, in view of these facts, he is prepared to reconsider the question of establishing a Stationery Office in Glasgow?


I have nothing to add to the reply given to the hon. and gallant Member on the 15th April last, except to say that the branches of the Stationery Office in Manchester and Cardiff do not exist to meet the local needs of those towns, but are placed there as being convenient centres from which "to distribute supplies to the northern half of England in the one case and to "Wales in the other. The branch of the Stationery Office at Edinburgh performs a similar service for Scotland