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Broadcasting (Committee)

Volume 480: debated on Monday 6 November 1950

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asked the Lord President of the Council if he will amend the terms of reference of the Broadcasting Committee, under the chairmanship of Lord Beveridge, to require them to publish the evidence in full.

In view of the increasing Communist activities of the B.B.C. as typified last night in the outrageous broadcast called "The Marxist View," would the right hon. Gentleman make certain that none of this anti-Communist evidence is suppressed in the Beveridge Report? May I have a reply? No? Does not that prove that the right hon. Gentleman is a fellow traveller?

Can the Lord President tell the House whether it has been decided that the Exhibition should be open on Sundays?

At the moment we are on matters concerning the British Broadcasting Corporation.

The hon. Member asked a supplementary question to a Question which has not yet been asked.