HC Deb 28 June 1920 vol 131 cc44-5
Mr. ASQUITH (by Private Notice)

asked the Prime Minister when he proposes to make a statement to the House on the subject of the recent Inter-Allied Conference at Boulogne?


In view of the fact that the meeting at Boulogne was principally concerned with the policy of the Allies to be adopted at the forthcoming Spa Conference on Monday next, and as all the decisions arrived at which could be made public were published at the time, I do not propose to make any statement to the House, beyond that contained in my speech on Wednesday last, until after my return from Spa.