§ Mr. Salt
asked the Minister of Information whether he is satisfied that journalists serving in His Majesty's Forces have suffi- 1982W cient opportunities to use their ability and experience to supply him with a picture of the achievements of our fighting men; and whether he is satisfied that we use these men's training for publicity purposes as fully as our Allies are now doing?
§ Mr. Bracken
The use to be made of journalists serving in the Forces is primarily a matter for my right hon. Friends in charge of the Service Departments. For myself I am always anxious to see the fullest possible opportunities given for publicity purposes, both to accredited war correspondents and to journalists serving in public relations units.