HC Deb 04 December 1962 vol 668 cc155-6W
72. Sir D. Robertson

asked the Postmaster-General if he will cease the practice of sending letters from himself to senior officials on their retirement after a lifetime of service bearing a rubber stamp facsimile of his signature.

Mr. Bevins

The use of rubber stamps ceased in March last. I send personal letters, personally signed, to selected officers. Other senior officers now receive a letter signed personally by the Director General. Some 6,000 other officers a year receive a letter bearing a printed facsimile of the Director General's signature.

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