§ 62. Mr. H. WILLIAMS
asked the Attorney-General if his attention has been drawn to the account of an alleged conversation on State affairs beween His Majesty The King and the Prime Minister in a book entitled "Special Correspondence"; and what action he proposes to take to prevent the further publication of the alleged conversation?
§ The SOLICITOR - GENERAL (Sir Donald Somervell)
My right hon. and learned Friend has read the passage to which I understand my hon. Friend 1941 refers : the alleged conversation is the author's account of what he imagines took place. It is not proposed to take any action.
§ Mr. WILLIAMS
Does the hon. and learned Gentleman think it desirable that people should write books professing to know what happens between His Majesty and his advisers?