§ 1. Mr. LYNCH
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether it has been ascertained with any degree of surety that King Alexander of Greece has no means of communicating with the German Kaiser by wireless telegrahpy, exchange of confidential messages, Royal or other highly placed spies; and, if so, whether it is intended to continue to him the same facilities in this respect as those enjoyed by his father?
§ The MINISTER of BLOCKADE (Lord Robert Cecil)
Such matters are the concern of the Royal Hellenic Government presided over by M. Venizelos, in whom the Allied Governments have full confidence.
§ 2. Mr. LYNCH
asked whether at any time during the reign of King Constantine in Greece Lord Hardinge communicated to the French Government the suggestion that for dynastic reasons it was necessary that the throne of the King should not be imperilled, and that the course of operations should have regard to that consideration?