§ 22. Major Sir Jocelyn Lucas
asked the Postmaster-General whether he will make public the fact that telegraphic communication is open between unoccupied France and this country, but that persons inquiring for relatives should pay the reply, owing to many people being without funds?
§ The Postmaster-General (Mr. W. S. Morrison)
Telegraphic communication with France has been very precarious for some time, but a service is now available to and from the unoccupied territory of France subject to censorship. The reply paid facility is available for the present by this service. A public announcement on the subject is being issued to-night.