HC Deb 29 April 1903 vol 121 cc790-1

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has any communication with regard to the Baghdad railway scheme now been received from the British Ambassador at Constantinople; and will His Majesty's Government, before departing from or varying their decision already arrived at with regard to this scheme, lay any such communication on the Table of this House.


Communications have at various times been received from His Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinople on the subject of the Baghdad Railway. If circumstances should arise which might cause a modification of the views of His Majesty's Government, as recently announced, they would consider whether any correspondence could be laid before the House.