§ MR. CHANNING (Northampton, E.)
asked the Postmaster General, Whether effect has yet been given to any of the recommendations made in the Report of the Select Committee on Sunday Postal Labour; and, if so, in what way?
§ MR. DIXON-HARTLAND (Middlesex, Uxbridge)
asked, whether the right hon. Gentleman was aware that the Report of the Committee was by no means unanimous?
§ THE POSTMASTER GENERAL (Mr. RAIKES) (Cambridge University)
Yes, Sir; I am quite aware of that. In reply to the Question on the Paper, I have the honour to state that the inquiries I have thought it necessary to make relative to the Sunday services affected by the Committee's recommendations are not yet complete; and that although I hope very soon to be in possession of all the information which I have asked for, it will, I think, be better to await this before announcing what steps appear desirable to adopt, in view of the Committee's recommendations.