HC Deb 15 March 1917 vol 91 c1265
47. Mr. LYNCH

asked the Prime Minister, whether at the Imperial Conference facilities will be given to Members of this House to present programmes of inter-state reforms, or to offer suggestions tending to strengthen the union of all these our dominions on lines consistent with the obliteration in the dominions of all exceptional privileges of birth, prerogative, or tradition inconsistent with the principle of liberty, equality, and fraternity?

The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER (Mr. Bonar Law)

Members of this House will, of course, be at liberty to communicate any suggestions they desire to make to representatives at the Conference.


May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he will give this House, as distinct from the Government, an opportunity of acting as hosts to these gentlemen while they are in England?


I do not exactly understand the purport of the question. If there were any opportunity acceptable to Members outside I should be very pleased.

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