HC Deb 21 June 1956 vol 554 cc129-30W
Mr. McAdden

asked the Postmaster-General what plans he has for ensuring that the Post Office obtains the advice and opinion of responsible business and civil organisations throughout the country on its services and policies.

Dr. Hill

I am about to inaugurate a national campaign to encourage the activities of existing Post Office advisory committees, which perform valuable service to the Post Office and to the public in the two-way exchange of views and information, and to stimulate the appointment of further committees at suitable centres throughout the country. Local authorities, chambers of Commerce, and other bodies will be consulted, and invited to join in forming committees to which the Post Office will send representatives.

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