HC Deb 10 March 1915 vol 70 cc1395-6
48. Mr. JOWETT

asked on what date the letters exchanged between M. Cambon and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and read by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in his speech of the 3rd August last, were first communicated to all the Members of the British Cabinet, as distinguished from the section of the Cabinet that was always aware of the existence of these documents?


As stated in my right hon. Friend's speech on 3rd August, the letter addressed to M. Cambon was considered and approved by the Cabinet, and the reply was in due course submitted to them.

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