§ Mr. A. M. SAMUEL
asked the Postmaster-General whether the Imperial Advisory Committee on Communications has any voice in the fixing by the British Post Office of wireless telephone rates and in the conducting of wireless telephony between Britain and the rest of the British Empire?
§ Mr. VIANT
The answer is in the negative. The functions of the Committee referred to are defined by an agreement dated 29th May last, between the Treasury and the Dominion and Indian Government on the one hand, and the Communications Company and its associates on the other, and relate to the telegraph services controlled by that company.