§ 36. Mr. BRIANT
asked the Prime Minister whether he has consulted the League of Nations on the subject of laying upon the Table of the House the full agenda for the forthcoming meeting of the Assembly of the League; and whether papers can be laid forthwith?
The answer is in the negative, but I will ascertain from the Secretariat of the League whether it is intended to publish the agenda.
§ 37. Mr. BRIANT
asked the Prime Minister whether it has now been decided to publish a document of the nature of the OFFICIAL REPORT, giving a detailed account of the proceedings of the Assembly of the League of Nations?
The decision to publish an official report of the proceedings of the Assembly of the League of Nations can only be taken by the Assembly itself.
§ Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY
When the report is received is the Government going to take steps to get it widely published in view of the necessity of arousing widespread interest in the proceedings of the League?
The hon. Gentleman will see from the reply that the publication of any report is a matter for the assembly itself.