§ 11. Mr. JOHN
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, seeing the Government has undertaken that the Overseas Dominions shall be effectively consulted when terms of peace come to be formulated, the fullest facilities will also be accorded to the people of Great Britain and Ireland to make known their views and desires?
The UNDER-SECRETARY Of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Primrose)
Certainly every facility afforded to the Overseas Dominions will be provided also for Great Britain and Ireland.
§ 12. Mr. JOHN
asked the Secretary for Foreign Affairs whether he has any official information to the effect that Austria-Hungary has approached Russia directly or indirectly for separate terms of peace; and, if so, whether Great Britain and France would be prepared to sanction such separate settlement, provided Bosnia and Herzegovina were transferred to Servia, Austria undertaking to withdraw permanently from association and military co-operation in Germany, and Russia making such 701 terms as might be considered advisable with regard to Galicia, Bukovina, and Transylvania?
The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The other points do not, therefore, arise.