NEED FOR GREATER, PROGRESS.
LONDON, 7th December.
The Empire Press Union passed a resolution urging on the Government the necessity to declare its policy regarding Empire wireless, in view of the,developments since last conference. The union also decided to ask the Post-master-General to receive a deputation.
Mr. Donald said the result of the late Government's short-sighted policy was that the Empire chain was now a dream of the past. Other countries had got ahead of us. The Empire was suffering incalculable loss for the want of wireless communication.
Lord Burnham said the former policy could not' be defended or justified. A revolution in post office policy was required.
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RADIO COMMUNICATION, Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 138, 8 December 1922
RADIO COMMUNICATION Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 138, 8 December 1922
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