HC Deb 01 August 1918 vol 109 c611
56. Sir F. HALL

asked the Prime Minister if the outline of the reasonable peace terms, indicated by him recently at a dinner to the Canadian editors, is to be taken that unqualified territorial and material restitution by Germany to Russia and Roumania, involving the abrogation of the treaties of Brest Litovsk and Bucharest and subsequent economic arrangements made by Germany in those countries, will be an essential condition of such peace terms to which the Government would be prepared to recommend this country and the Imperial Dominions to give assent?


I cannot add anything to the previous replies which I have given to questions in this House which refer to possible terms of peace.


Will the statement by the Prime Minister at that dinner be adhered to?