Dr. RUTHERFORD (Middlesex, Brentford)
I beg to ask the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the Government of France have made any representations to His Majesty's Government on the Lambert affair; whether the Government of France consider Mr. Dunlop's action as contrary to the spirit of the Treaty of 1904; and whether, in the interests of the entente cordiale, His Majesty's Government will recommend the Government of Egypt to reappoint M. Lambert as principal of the Khedivial Law School, or, failing him, to consult the wishes of the French Government.
§ MR. J. A. PEASE
No representations have been made by the French Government, and my right hon. friend has nothing to add to the Answer given to the hon. Member on the 16th instant,†