§ 54. Mr. GOLDMAN
asked whether, in view of the Prime Minister's promise to consider the question of allocating two days to the Post Office Vote and of the fact that only one day was allotted and the Debate was interrupted by a Private Bill, allowing only four hours for the discussion of the Post Office Vote, and in view of the fact that many Members who desired to speak on the telephone service were in consequence prevented, he will allocate a day early on the reassembling of Parliament for the discussion of the telephone service?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
No, Sir, I am not prepared to give a special day for the discussion of this service, but as I have already stated, if there is general desire of the House, expressed through the usual channels, that a further day should be given to the Post Office Vote, I will see what arrangements can be made.