§ 7. Mr. W. BAKER
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies the grounds on which "The Negro World" and "The Workers' Herald" are prohibited in Nyasaland?
§ Mr. AMERY
If it be the case that the introduction of these publications is prohibited in Nyasaland, such prohibition has been enforced by the exercise by the Governor in Council of the powers given him by the Seditious Publications (Prohibition) Ordinance. It is a matter for the Governor in Council to decide whether any publication should be prohibited, and he is not required to report the grounds on which he finds it necessary to take such action.
§ Sir HARRY BRITTAIN
Is it not the case that anyone who knows these particular papers thinks their prohibition shows excellent judgment on the part of Nyasaland?