HC Deb 23 February 1926 vol 192 c328W
Colonel DAY

asked the Postmaster-General whether any action is likely to be taken with a view to overcoming the inadequate postal facilities at Hove, Sussex, which result in the delivery of letters to business men resident in that district after they have left their homes for the City?


I do not think the facilities at Hove are generally inadequate; but a revision of the local arrangements which is at present in hand will probably provide for a somewhat earlier completion of the morning delivery. It would not be practicable to complete the delivery in time to ensure that all residents receive their letters before leaving for the City.