§ 39. Sir George Broadbridge
asked the Minister of Information whether the references of Anne Mary Diana Hayward, employed in the General Post Office Censor's Department, who was convicted recently in the City for stealing moneys 207 from letters and who admitted a previous conviction for fraud, have been inquired into, in view of the importance of obtaining people of integrity for this work?
No, Sir. Mrs. Hayward was detected stealing money from letters by the Censorship authorities and was immediately dismissed. Since I became responsible for the Postal and Telegraph Censorship Department the references of all recruits have been inquired into.