HC Deb 27 February 1919 vol 112 c1922
3. Lieut.-Colonel WALTER GUINNESS

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that Phillips Price, formerly correspondent of the "Manchester Guardian," now editing a Bolshevist newspaper for circulation among British troops, receives an income from his estate in Gloucestershire; and whether he will take steps under the Defence of the Realm Acts to prevent this money being transmitted abroad for the purpose, of inciting British troops to mutiny?


The answer to the first portion of the hon. and gallant Member's question is in the negative. The question of taking steps, whether under the Defence of the Realm Act or otherwise, to prevent money reaching Mr. Phillips Price from this country is receiving careful consideration.

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