§ 7. Mr. A. HENDERSON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in view of the breach by Italy of her obligations under the Pact of Paris, what effect this will have on the policy of Great Britain and the other signatories to the Pact; and whether Italy is still to be treated as a party to the Pact?
§ Mr. HENDERSON
Is the Foreign Secretary aware that in the Preamble of the Treaty in question the signatories expressed the view that any country which fails to carry out its obligations under the Treaty should be deprived of the benefits of the Treaty? If that be so, is it not desirable to take some action in order to prevent the Treaty being reduced to a tragic farce?