§ Lieut.-Colonel Sir EDWARD GRIGG
(by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the Canadian Government has now telegraphed to the other Dominions to inquire whether any of them objects to the publication of the correspondence between Great Britain and Canada regarding the negotiations, signatures and ratification of the Treaty of Lausanne, and whether His Majesty's Government have, in accordance with the suggestion which the right hon. Gentleman on Monday undertook to consider, have themselves telegraphed to the other Dominions in support of Canada's view that the correspondence between Great Britain and Canada should be published immediately?
The SECRETARY of STATE for the COLONIES (Mr. Thomas)
As regards the first part of the question, I have seen a Press telegram to the effect indicated, but no official communication has been received from the Canadian Government. As regards the second part, I think it would now be well to await the result of the inquiries which are being made by the Prime Minister of Canada.