HC Deb 11 November 1920 vol 134 c1406W

asked the Postmaster-General whether there has been any diminution in the number of letters transmitted through the post since the rate for inland postage was raised to 2d.?


In answer to a question by the hon. Member for the Acton Division (Sir H. Brittain) on the 30th June, I stated that according to the information then available there had been a small diminution—probably something less than 5 per cent. I still anticipate that the diminution will approximate to that figure, but returns of traffic which were taken recently have not yet been analysed.

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