31 MAY 1957, Page 6

House of Lords Intelligence

ALLEGATIONS that teachers at London University were being asked to 'spy' on their students and col- leagues were made by Lord Chorley. . . . This eruption from the Socialist benches . . . produced no reaction either from the Government or from Lord Chorley's own colleagues.

Daily Telegraph, May 23, p. I.

LORD CHORLEY, a former Dean of Faculty of Laws at London University, startled the House of Lords tonight by alleging that University teachers were being called on . . . tip act as spies.

Daily Telegraph, May 23, p. 17.