HC Deb 14 June 1920 vol 130 cc867-8
25. Colonel WEDGWOOD

asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been drawn to the resolution on Hungary standing in the name of the hon. Member for Newcastle-under-Lyme—["That, in the opinion of this House, the methods of terror used in Hungary for the suppression, of all opinion hostile to the Government are such in character and extent as requires His Majesty's Government to treat the Government of Hungary in, the same way as they treat the Government of Russia"]—and whether he will give a day for the discussion of affairs in that country and our responsibility therefor?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Lloyd George)

As stated on Wednesday last, in answer to a similar question, the Government are not prepared to find time for this discussion.


Is that because they do not wish to have the White Terror in Hungary exposed?