37. Mr. Crack Henderson
asked the Minister of Information whether all possible steps will be taken to prevent interference with our broadcasts to France?
The technical means at our disposal are already being used to the very best advantage—and will continue to be so used with, it is hoped, increasing success—in order to give our broadcasts 643 to France as wide an audience as possible in that country.
Is the Minister satisfied that all possible steps are being taken to deal with this most important matter and that no scientific step that is practical will be omitted?
§ Captain Plugge
Is not this situation very serious at present? Is it not a fact that owing to our not having sufficient medium wave-lengths, we have made possible co-operation between France and Germany? Will the Minister see that we have more medium waves, because we have six against the enemy's 84?