asked the Minister of Information when he proposes to put copies of the broadcasts to occupied countries in the Library of the House.
§ Mr. Bracken
The scripts of all the B.B.C.'s broadcasts to occupied countries in Europe cover 1,800 sheets of foolscap daily. Providing copies for the Library of the House would consume 2½ tons of paper annually. Nevertheless, if there is a general demand for this vast collection of papers I shall, of course, be glad to meet the wishes of Members.