§ 19. Mr. THORNE
asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the unfairness to the deaf arising from exaggerated advertising of aids for hearing; whether he will decline to accept advertisements for insertion in books of stamps and other Post Office publications from dealers whose business practices are thus prejudicial to the interest of the deaf and, before accepting advertisements of aids for the deaf, whether he will communicate with the secretary of the National Institute for the Deaf?
§ Major TRYON
I am looking into the question raised by the hon. Member and will write to him on the subject as soon as possible.
§ Sir FRANCIS FREMANTLE
Does not the reply mean that the Government should support some Measure, such as that which was counted out last Friday, to prevent fraudulent advertisements?