§ 68. Sir COOPER RAWSON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how 231 many proposals for the reform of the calendar have been received for discussion by the League of Nations at Geneva in the autumn; and if he will give particulars of any proposals which have been regarded as practical?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Dalton)
My right hon. Friend hopes shortly to receive a report from the Secretariat of the League of Nations, which will be based on the reports made by the various national committees of inquiry into calendar reform.
§ Sir C. RAWSON
Could the Under-Secretary of State tell me whether the Foreign Secretary is considering the proposal of Mr. Shepherd, which seems to be simpler than most of the other proposals?
§ Mr. DALTON
The question as to what policy we should adopt should be addressed to the Home Office. It is not a matter for the Foreign Office.