§ Mr. HALL-CAINE
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he proposes to draw the attention of the League of Nations to the growth in propagandist broadcasting all over the Continent; and whether he proposes to take any steps to diminish this tendency to produce international irritation?
§ Sir J. SIMON
The Council of the League of Nations had before it at its recent session a draft international agreement for the use of broadcasting in the cause of peace, drawn up by the International Institute of Intellectual372W Co-operation, one of the purposes of which is described in the preamble as being the prevention of the use of broadcasting in a manner prejudicial to good international understanding. The Council decided to communicate the draft to the members of the League and non-member States for any observations which they might desire to make. When this document is received it will receive careful attention from His Majesty's Government.