§ 10. Sir E. CORNWALL
asked the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs whether the Western frontier of Egypt is now completely tranquil; and whether he can make any statement as to the co-operation of the British and Italian Governments with regard to future policy in dealing with this part of Northern Africa?
§ Lord R. CECIL
The situation on the Western frontier of Egypt may now be regarded as far more satisfactory. It is, however, not opportune at the present moment to inform the enemy of action which the British and Italian Governments, who are working in complete accord, may find it desirable to adopt at some future time.