HC Deb 29 October 1906 vol 163 c719
MAJOR SEELY (Liverpool, Abercromby)

I beg to ask a Question of which I had given private notice— namely, whether the British delegates at the international conference on wireless telegraphy in Berlin are empowered to sign a binding agreement on the part of this country, or whether opportunities for discussion in Parliament will first be given.


The delegates at this conference are acting under instructions from His Majesty's Government, and any convention agreed to will be reserved for subsequent ratification. I can say nothing at present as to the discussions in Parliament.