HC Deb 28 March 1946 vol 421 c82W
86. Mr. Wilson Harris

asked the Assistant Postmaster-General what categories of postal packages are transmissible, and what non-transmissible, from this country to Poland.

Mr, Burke:

Registered and unregistered letters, printed and commercial papers, articles for the blind, samples and parcels, up to the normal limits of weight in each case, may now be sent to Poland by surface route. A restricted air mail service, limited to postcards and letters not exceeding two ounces in weight, is also available. Pending the resumption of trade relations with Poland, business correspondence should be confined to the ascertainment of facts and exchange of information. The only prewar postal facilities which have not yet been resumed are the insurance and express delivery services.