§ 69. Mr. ORMSBY-GORE
asked the Prime Minister whether it is with his 50 approval that articles or information in interviews are contributed by Cabinet Ministers to the Press, and to the Sunday Press in particular, some of which assume the shape of ex-parte statements reflecting seriously upon the probity of the railway companies; and whether such methods of creating an atmosphere prejudicial to the interests of the companies, prior to the introduction of legislation, are justifiable?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I know of no such articles or interviews which could possibly he so construed, and J shall be glad if my hon. Friend will send me copies of those to which he refers.