§ 49. Captain CARR-GOMM
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware of the fact that the French troops receive a daily publication issued jointly by the French War Office and the French Foreign Office, which goes by the name of the "Bulletin Quotidien de Presse Etrangère," whereas the British troops in France only receive an occasional typed copy of the official communiqués; and whether the Government could arrange with the French for an English translation of the "Bulletin Quotidien" to be supplied to the officers and men of the Expeditionary Force in order that they may have fuller and more exact information about the War in different countries than is at present given to them?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
My right hon. Friend has asked me to answer this question. I am in communication with the military authorities in France on the subject.
§ General McCALMONT
Will my right hon. Friend draw the attention of the military authorities to the fact that the troops on all fronts rely upon the German wireless for news, and could not a substitute be provided more British in nature?