§ Mr. IAN MALCOLM
May I ask the Under-Secretary of State for War a question, of which I have given him private notice, namely: Will he give the House the names of the four British officers who arrived yesterday from Germany as exchanged prisoners of war?
§ Mr. TENNANT
The hon. Gentleman's notice only reached me after luncheon, and therefore I have not been able to get the names, but I hope to be able to supply them to my hon. Friend as soon as possible.
§ Mr. MALCOLM
Will the right hon. Gentleman be good enough, if he cannot supply them to me—I am going back to 1801 France—to supply them to the Press as soon as possible, because there is a great deal of anxiety to know who they are.