HC Deb 23 October 1945 vol 414 c1971W
Lieut. - Commander Joynson - Hicks

asked the Secretary of State for War why air mail from England to soldiers serving in the Middle East arrives without any regularity and frequently takes as many weeks as it used to take days during the war.

Mr. Lawson

I am not aware of any disruption of the air mail service to the troops in M.E.F. Despatches of letters by air are made daily, and there have been no appreciable delays in despatches due to bad weather or other causes in recent months. If the hon. Member will supply details of specific instances of delay, I will certainly have them investigated.