§ Mr. GINNELL
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether the postal censor now assumes power to confiscate matter passing through the post which may be disagreeable to particular 1449W members of the Government; whether this includes Parliamentary matter; whether the postal censor is answerable to him or to the War Cabinet irrespective of him; and, if he has entire charge, will he explain the non-delivery of a letter-packet containing exclusively Parliamentary matter, of which particulars have been furnished to him?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
I am afraid that I have not been able to trace the particulars which the hon. Gentleman says he has furnished me. If he will kindly repeat them to me, I will have the matter looked into and give him an answer.