HC Deb 24 February 1920 vol 125 cc1526-7W
Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY

asked the Home Secretary whether a detective inspector called at the office of the New Catholic Press, Bouverie Street, London, on 9th January last, and demanded that the principal should give an order that none of the papers of the current issue, then in the office, should be put on sale until the authorities had seen whether the issue contained anything to which they objected; whether the police subsequently removed all copies of the issues of the London Catholic Herald of 27th December, 3rd January, and 10th January; and, if so, whether he will explain the reason for such proceedings?


A writ has been issued in this matter which is nowsub judice and cannot therefore be discussed.