HC Deb 28 November 1938 vol 342 c44W
Mr. Parker

asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that there is considerable discontent with the bad service provided by his Department in Barking both through continual late delivery and frequent loss of mail and parcels; and what steps he proposes to take to remedy the matter?

Major Tryon

I am not aware of the existence of any considerable discontent with the postal services in Barking. There have been isolated complaints regarding loss, damage or delay to letters and parcels, but the number does not suggest that the local organisation is defective.

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