HC Deb 05 March 1919 vol 113 c418W

asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the general dissatisfaction existing in all parts of Ireland, especially among the merchants and traders, regarding the mail services between Great Britain and Ireland, he will take immediate steps to restore the pre-war conditions, so as to put an end to the injury and inconvenience to Irish trade and industry caused by the continuance of the irregular and delayed Irish mail services?


I am aware that the postal service between Great Britain and Ireland is not so good as it was before the War, but this is the result of war conditions, and circumstances do not at present permit of any improvement.