HC Deb 15 February 1922 vol 150 cc1022-3

(by Private Notice) asked the Prime Minister whether he has now any knowledge of the serious state of health of Zaghloul Pasha, the deported leader of the Egyptian Waft or national delegation; whether he has considered the possible consequences of the death of this man in exile, and its possible cost to the British taxpayer in repressing inevitable outbreaks due to national resentment?


I do not know when or where the hon. Member sent his notice of question, but I regret to say that it did not reach me and, therefore, I have not been able to give an answer. I will be glad if he will give notice again.


I dated the time of the letter at noon to-day.