HC Deb 03 May 1900 vol 82 c588
MR. HEDDERWICK (Wick Burghs)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the attention of the Foreign Office has been called to the statement, in a speech delivered in the French Assembly by M. Delcasse on Tuesday, 3rd April, to the effect that concessions had been made by the British Government to France with which the British people were not yet familiar; and whether he can inform the House what the concessions are to which M. Delcassé alluded.


A copy of the speech delivered in the Senate by M. Delcasse on the 3rd April, as published in the Journal Officiel, has been received from Her Majesty's Ambassador at Paris, but it does not appear to contain any statement of this character.