HC Deb 23 July 1952 vol 504 cc27-8W
32. Mr. Lewis

asked the Assistant Postmaster-General how many applications were outstanding and how many

Wembley he has been able to satisfy in the last two years; how many applications are still outstanding; and what is the longest time that an applicant has had to wait.

Mr. Gammans

Three thousand six hundred and twenty-nine applications have been met during the two years ended 30th June, 1952, in the areas served by the Wembley and Arnold Exchanges. Three hundred and eighty-eight applications were outstanding on 30th June; the earliest of these was made on 11th February, 1947.

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