§ 35. Captain TERRELL
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs the exact nature of the commitment of the late Government to an agreement which might involve a certain small cession of territory; whether this refers to Jubaland; and whether the contemplated action in respect of this strip of territory has been public for a long time past?
§ Mr. HARCOURT JOHNSTONE
On a point of Order. Is it not your ruling, Sir, that not more than three questions should stand in the name of an hon. Member, and may I call attention to the fact that the hon. Member has put down five questions for to-day?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The exact nature of the commitment of the late Government in this respect is to be seen from Article 13 of the Treaty of London of 1915; the replies to the second and third parts of the question are in the affirmative.