HC Deb 26 February 1964 vol 690 c75W
39. Mr. A. Lewis

asked the Postmaster-General on what grounds he bases his estimate that there will not be a widespread practice by which persons, who object to receiving unstamped addressed envelopes containing circulars, return them unstamped to the senders, thus causing difficulties for the postal services.

Mr. Mawby

I assume the hon. Member has in mind unaddressed envelopes containing circulars. Experience with the Household Delivery Service so far supports our view that the practice described by the hon. Member is unlikely to become widespread.

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