§ 47. Sir EDWIN STOCKTON
asked the Prime Minister whether it has been suggested on behalf of the Dominions that, for general convenience and the stimulation of good feeling, occasional meetings of the Imperial Conference might very well be held in one or other of the Dominion capitals; and whether, in any case, he will ascertain the present point of view of the Dominions on such a policy?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The suggestion is one with which I am familiar. There is no definite arrangement by which the meetings of the Imperial Conference should invariably take place in London, and the place of meeting must be determined by the convenience of all concerned. 2304 At the forthcoming Conference, the date and place of the next meeting will be among the subjects which will come up for discussion.