HC Deb 23 July 1982 vol 28 c310W
Dr. Glyn

asked the Attorney-General if he will initiate a prosecution under the Post Office Act against persons obstructing the delivery of mail to St. Thomas's hospital.

The Attorney-General

Neither my consent nor that of the Director of Public Prosecutions is required for the institution of proceedings for any offence contrary to the provisions of the Post Office Act 1953. Neither the director nor I have received any specific complaint of any such offence having been committed at St. Thomas's hospital.