§ 8. Mr. ANDERSON
asked the Home Secretary whether he is satisfied, from the past working of the Press censorship, that all independent writing on the War and on the terms of enduring peace can safely be Submitted to the judgment of that Department; and whether the officials to whom 1532 the manuscript of pamphlets is submitted will allow the publication of any views which do not coincide with their own?
§ 10. Mr. ANDERSON
asked the Home Secretary if he will state more fully the precise effect of the proposed censorship over leaflets and pamphlets relating to the War and the terms of peace; whether the new Regulations are intended as a step toward the suppression of all opinon except such as is acceptable to the Government; whether the Government will use large sums of public money to flood the country with official statements whilst using the censorship to suppress independent expressions of opinion?