HC Deb 22 January 1980 vol 977 cc171-2W
Dr. Edmund Marshall

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services whether, in his review of arrangements for paying social security benefits, he will avoid taking action which would cause personal hardship for recipients or which would reduce the viability of sub-post offices, especially in rural areas.

Mrs. Chalker

I refer the hon. Member to my reply to my hon. Friend, the Member for Huntingdonshire (Mr. Major) on 18 January.—[Vol. 976, c.885–6.]

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