§ Mr. E. ALEXANDER
asked the Postmaster-General if his attention 394W has been drawn to the case of Mr. Standfield being called upon to perform duty which on annual leave and the refusal of his postmaster of Dorchester, to allow him to appeal to the Secretary, General Post Office; whether staff rule 152 can be enforced at Dorchester so that sorting clerks and telegraphists may in future enjoy uninterruptedly their annual leave; and whether Mr. Standfield can be afforded some compensation for the inconvenience caused to him on the occasion of his having to break his leave in October, 1928?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
My attention has been called to this case, and I am inquiring into the circumstances. I will write to the hon. Member when my inquiries are completed.