§ Sir W. Darling
asked the Postmaster-General how many ordinary letters, registered letters, parcels and newspapers were sent from Great Britain in January, 1948; and how many of these letters, registered letters, parcels and newspapers were sent to the U.S.S.R.
§ Mr. Wilfred Paling
As regards the first part of the Question, I would refer the hon. Member to the particulars furnished in my reply of 21st of April on this subject; as regards the second part, the estimated traffic figures are as follows: Ordinary letters, 33,500; Registered Letters, 1,500; Parcels, 2,900; Newspapers, 21,000.