§ 26 and 27. Mr. Gwilym Roberts
asked the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications (1) if, in order to counter the spread of television aerials, he will give a general direction to the Post Office Board to extend the availability of Post Office master aerial systems to London and other major towns and cities;
(2) if he will give a general direction to the Post Office Board to make pushbutton telephone facilities available to the general public and thus enable all subscribers to obtain computer-processed in- 2W formation and pay bills with ready punched cards by telephone through telephone-computer push-button linkages.
§ Mr. Pentland
It is for the Post Office to plan future telecommunication services, including the development and provision of new facilities.