HC Deb 31 July 1923 vol 167 c1304W

asked the Postmaster-General whether, with a view to increasing the commercial facilities of the country, he will consider the establishment of fully equipped post offices in all the larger railway stations of Britain?


I cannot find that there is evidence of any general demand for the facilities suggested by the hon. Member, or that the benefit to be obtained would be at all commensurate with the large additional expenditure involved. Telegrams can be sent from all the principal stations, stamps can already be obtained at many bookstalls, and it is hoped to extend this arrangement still further.