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Department's Home Activities

Volume 411: debated on Wednesday 13 June 1945

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asked the Minister of Information if he will state the precise home activities of his Ministry which are to be continued until the end of the war with Japan.

The main home activities of the Ministry will comprise the showing of instructional films; the provision of speakers on a reduced scale; campaigns and exhibitions on behalf of Government Departments; Press service to the provincial newspapers; and, on a smaller scale than before, the supply of photographic material and literature on restricted topics, mainly connected with the Far Eastern war effort. The Ministry will continue to organise tours and facility visits for distinguished visitors to this country, and, so long as it is required, to co-ordinate hospitality arrangements on the British side for American Forces stationed in this country or coming here on leave.