§ 58. Colonel Sir HAMAR GREENWOOD
asked whether the Allied Powers have ever discussed and accepted in an Allied conference President Wilson's fourteen points as a basis of negotiation with the Germans?
§ 63. Mr. TREVELYAN
asked the Prime Minister whether the British Government have yet definitely informed the Government at Washington that they accept President Wilson's speech of 8th January as expressing the policy on which they too would be ready to conclude peace?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
His Majesty's Government are in constant communication with the Government of the United States, but I do not think it desirable to make any further statement at present.
§ Mr. LEES-SMITH
Would the right hon. Gentleman clear up a good deal of misapprehension by saying whether the President's fourteen points have been accepted by the British Government?
§ Mr BONAR LAW
I shall always be glad to clear up misapprehensions, but I am also anxious not to add to them.