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Armed Forces (Treating)
04 June 1940
Volume 361
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asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the treating of our soldiers, sailors and airmen by strangers in public bars leads to conversations and information which may often be of great use to the enemy; and whether he will consider making such treating illegal, except in regular Service canteens?

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As I have previously stated, I am watching the situation carefully, but on my present information I cannot find that there is a case for a prohibition of treating.