HC Deb 25 April 1944 vol 399 cc635-6 The following Question stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Sir AUSTIN HUDSON: To ask the Minister of Information if he will take steps to see that London newspapers and the B.B.C. do not announce after an air-raid that a hospital has been hit, as this results in every hospital in London being rung up on the telephone by friends and relatives of the patients in order to find out whether it is the one in question.
Sir A. Hudson

In view of the fact that we are shortly to suspend the Sitting, would it be possible to take Question No. 74 as the Minister is here, and I believe the information in reply to it may be of importance?

Mr. Speaker

The answer no doubt will be circulated in due course, and I am not prepared to alter the rule.