HC Deb 18 July 1938 vol 338 cc1799-800
49. Mr. Day

asked the Postmaster-General whether he will give particulars of any further recommendations the Government propose to adopt, as set out in the report of the Ullswater Committee on Broadcasting?

Major Tryon

There has been no change in the conclusions of the Government regarding the recommendations of the Ullswater Committee on Broadcasting since the White Paper on the Committee's Report (Command 5207) and the drafts of the Corporation's Charter and Licence (Command 5329) were presented to Parliament in 1936.

Mr. Day

Does that mean that the Government are not in agreement with the rest of the recommendations?

Major Tryon

No, Sir; at least one of the recommendations is being examined with a view to seeing what ought to be done about it, as the House has been informed.