§ 47. Mr. AUBREY HERBERT
asked the Prime Minister whether, seeing that the French and the Italian Governments recognise that the Turkish Treaty is unjust and unworkable, the British Government agree with their two Allied Governments?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
So far from the French and Italian Governments recognising that the Turkish Treaty is unjust and unworkable, the High Commissioners united on 24th November in pressing the Turkish Government to ratify the Treaty immediately.
§ Mr. HERBERT
Has the right hon. Gentleman seen the declaration of the French Prime Minister in to-night's evening papers?
§ Mr. T. SHAW
Is it not the fact that the French and Italian Governments are very well satisfied, and that if there is any dissatisfaction with the conditions it is with the British?
§ 48. Mr. A. HERBERT
asked the Prime Minister if the present Turkish agreement in the Near East contains the violation of the Allied pledges in respect to the Bulgarians, Turks, and Arabs; whether, as one consequence, Turkish nationalism is successfully opposing the Allies; and if the whole of the Moslem world is restive under the imputed breaches of faith on the part of Great Britain?