HC Deb 22 December 1919 vol 123 c1012
72. Mr. LYLE

asked the Prime Minister what subjects were now being considered by the Inter-Allied Conference other than the future of Turkey?

75. Lord R. CECIL

asked the Prime Minister whether he could give any information to the House as to the subjects to be discussed at the forthcoming meeting of Prime Ministers at Paris; and whether the Government would do their best to publish as much as possible of the proceedings of such meeting?


The principal subjects to be discussed at the meeting in Paris will probably be the Adriatic question and the Peace with Turkey. There will, doubtless, be other matters of current importance which will be usefully discussed at such a Conference. As regards publication, I cannot add anything to the very full statement made by the Prime Minister in Debate on Thursday last.