§ 32. Mr. E. DAVIES
asked the Secretary of State for War why, in view of the fact that the War correspondents of the leading British newspapers were requested to withdraw from Salonika and that the order was complied with, the representative of one newspaper has been allowed special facilities to send special dispatches from the Serbian headquarters through Salonika; and whether he can see his way to extend the same privilege to the representatives of other newspapers or provide that the information obtained shall be supplied to all papers alike?
§ Mr. FORSTER
This question is now under discussion between the Newspapers Proprietors' Association and the War Office, and it is hoped that some solution satisfactory to both may shortly be found.