80. Colonel BURN
asked the Prime Minister whether His Majesty's Government have considered the necessity of devising schemes of educational propaganda, so that employers, workpeople, and the public may appreciate the significance of the economic considerations involved before it is determined to introduce changes in labour conditions?
§ Mr. PARKER
I have been asked to take this question. Yes, Sir, the Government will do all in its power to bring before all concerned the economic considerations involved in any such important changes.
§ Mr. WATERSON
Are we to understand that the old War Aims Committee have been called together for this purpose? May I ask respectfully for a reply to the question?
If the hon. Member attaches importance to his question he should put it down. The rule is that Ministers should be given an opportunity of considering a question.
That is not necessary. If the hon. Member hands the question in, that is all that is required.