HC Deb 19 December 1945 vol 417 c1481W
Mr. O'Brien

asked the Secretary of State for War why, as the Press is not censored, they are not given access to intelligence reports and, in particular, to documents upon which the Hitler Report was drawn up by British Intelligence authorities.

Mr. Bellenger

The fact that the Press is not censored does not necessarily mean that it has access to official reports and documents which the responsible authorities consider should not be disclosed.