HC Deb 08 February 1915 vol 69 c266W

asked the Postmaster-General whether all letters are opened or liable to be opened when received in this country from an alien enemy's country, no matter to whom addressed other than to His Majesty the King?


The Postmaster-General has asked me to reply. I am not sure that I understand my hon. Friend's question. During the War no letters are received direct by post from an enemy country. Letters coming from a neutral country are liable to be opened on the terms of the warrants under which the censorship is established.

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