§ 54. Mr. OUTHWAITE
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the fact that the pressure exercised by the French authorities to which he attributed the extension of the British line arose from a Parliamentary demand for the conservation of French man-power, he will take steps to inform this House on the subject of British casualties?
§ Mr. OUTHWAITE
Does not the right hon. Gentleman think if this House had been as well informed of our casualties as the French Chamber was of theirs, the Prime Minister and Sir Douglas Haig would have been better able to resist the pressure put upon them?