HC Deb 13 July 1934 vol 292 c668W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been drawn to the lectures delivered before the Soviet Institute of Law in Moscow by Professor Harold Laski, of the London School of Economics; and whether, as that school receives a grant from public money, steps will be taken to restrain members of its staff from delivering political lectures abroad calculated to offend numbers of British citizens who are compelled, as taxpayers, to contribute to the grant?


I would refer my hon. and learned Friend to the reply which I gave on 11th July to a similar question asked by the hon. and gallant Member for the Isle of Wight (Captain P. Macdonald).