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Correspondence (Censorship)

Volume 161: debated on Tuesday 13 March 1923

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asked the Postmaster-General if he will state what are the circumstances in which private correspondence is liable to be stopped and opened by officials of his Department; and what is the practice of the Department on this matter?

Letters are stopped and opened in the post only under Warrants issued by the Home Secretary.