HC Deb 01 August 1946 vol 426 c241W
Sir H. Morris-Jones

asked the Assistant Postmaster-General when a better service of postal delivery may be expected be-tween London and North Wales, in view of the fact that some recent letters posted by the hon. Member for Denbigh in the House of Commons after 3 p.m., have taken two days to reach their destination.

Mr. Burke

Letters posted up to 5 p.m in the House of Commons box and up to 5.30 p.m. at the House Post Office should be included in the first distribution in North Wales the following day; my noble Friend hopes to provide better posting facilities towards the end of the year. If the hon. Member will let me have details, of any specific cases of delay, including if possible the envelopes of the letters, I will gladly have inquiry made.