§ Mr. Oram
Will the hon. Lady accept my appreciation—and, I am sure, that of the whole House—of this belated but very welcome acceptance of this idea? Is it not the case that the vast majority of nations had already decided to do it, and would it not have been deplorable had we continued to he one of a misguided minority?
§ Mr. Gibson-Watt
Will the Assistant Postmaster-General make sure that these new stamps are, in fact, better than the last lot which came out? Some of us did not think much of those and they certainly did not do much for the philately trade in this country.
§ Mr. Emrys Hughes
Now that the Post Office is adopting a more enlightened attitude towards stamps and designs, can we hope for stamps to commemorate Robert Burns and William Shakespeare?