§ 13. Mr. L'ESTRANGE MALONE
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will state the nature of the representations which have been received from different parts of the world with regard to the recent British statement of policy regarding Palestine?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for DOMINION AFFAIRS (Mr. Lunn)
I have been asked to reply to this question for the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. A number of representations have been received from various parts of the world, but I cannot give an adequate summary of their nature within the limits of an oral reply.
§ Mr. MALONE
In view of these misunderstandings coming from different parts of the world, will the Government take an early opportunity of issuing a statement to allay these misunderstandings?
§ 49. Mr. BRACKEN
asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he can state the grounds of the Government's refusal to accept Dr. Weizmann's proposal for a round-table conference to discuss the affairs of Palestine?
§ Mr. BROCKWAY
In view of the serious differences of opinion on both sides, is there any hope of a solution by any other method than a round-table conference?