§ 19. Mr. OUTHWAITE
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether it is proposed to effect the liberation of 706 the Czecho-Slovacs on the lines proposed by the Prime Minister to meet the case of Ireland?
§ Mr. OUTHWAITE
Can the right hon. Gentleman say, from his intimate knowledge of the Czecho-Slovacs, whether they will be satisfied with liberation on the terms suggested for Ireland? He has not given me any reply yet, apparently.
He must be a very bold man who would say whether any nation will be satisfied with any provision.
Will the right hon. Gentleman give these people an assurance that they will not be treated as badly as the Government has treated Ireland?