HC Deb 08 November 1944 vol 404 c1382W
Mr. Fraser

asked the Minister of Information why envelopes adapted for reuse by means of an economy label may not be sent to Northern Ireland although they may be sent to the U.S.A. and other foreign countries.

Mr. Bracken

There are security reasons why letters addressed to Northern Ireland should be treated by the Censorship in the same way as those addressed to Eire. And if used envelopes were not forbidden, extra examiners would have to be employed to ensure that messages were not concealed under the gummed labels.