§ 112. Sir WILLIAM BYLES
asked the Attorney-General whether the documents and pamphlets ordered to be destroyed in cases held in camerâ, arising under the Defence of the Realm Acts, without their contents or even their titles being known to the public, in all cases contain information of military value to the enemy or statements which could only be disproved by disclosing information of military value to the enemy?
§ The SOLICITOR-GENERAL (Sir F. E. Smith)
In cases where a court has made an order for destruction, the documents or the pamphlets have contained statements, the publication of which has offended against either Regulation 18 or Regulation 27 of the Defence of the Realm (Consolidation) Regulations.