§ 4. Mr. MANDER
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he has communicated to the other signatories of the agreement of 19th March his view that the situation has not arisen envisaged in that agreement that if conciliation failed certain steps described in Sections 1 and 2 of the letter to be addressed to Belgium and France would be taken, including joint action, against aggression; and whether his view is shared by the representatives of France and Belgium?
§ Mr. MANDER
Will the right hon. Gentleman be good enough to answer the point which was not covered in that reply yesterday, as to the view taken by France and Belgium?
§ Mr. MANDER
But it is a fact, is it not, that the staff arrangements in the meantime remain in full force?
§ 6. Mr. A. HENDERSON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 418 whether he can make any statement with reference to the forthcoming meeting of Locarno Powers?
§ Mr. HENDERSON
May I ask the names of the British delegation; and also whether it has been made perfectly clear to the German Government that this is only a preliminary conference, and that no decisions will be taken which will be prejudicial to the forthcoming principal conference?