HC Deb 10 March 1925 vol 181 c1148W

asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware that a parcel containing cake, toffee, and chocolate was sent by Harold Evans, 10, Dailais House, Seven Sisters, to Private J. Llewellyn, No. 3953442, D company, 1st battalion, Welsh Regiment, Baireilly, Northern Province, India, on 26th November, 1924. and that a charge of 5s. 4d. was made at the post office and, before the parcel was delivered, he had to pay 3s. in Indian money; and will he inquire into this matter and have the delivery money refunded?

Viscount WOLMER

The charge collected on delivery was no doubt raised by the Indian Customs and if it is questioned by the sender, he should communicate with the Customs authorities in India.

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