HC Deb 01 December 1937 vol 329 cc2066-7
46. Sir N. Grattan-Doyle

asked the Prime Minister whether he has now any statement to make with reference to the conversations which took place on the recent visit of the French Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary?

The Prime Minister

I have nothing further to add to the statement which I made yesterday in answer to a Private Notice question by the right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the Opposition.

47. Mr. Neil Maclean

asked the Prime Minister whether he can now inform the House whether the questions discussed between the Lord President of the Council and the representatives of Germany included the return of the German colonies, the abandonment or restriction of the League's policy of collective security, the reform of the Covenant of the League of Nations, the aims of Germany in Czechoslovakia and in Austria; and what views the Lord President was authorised to express on behalf of the British Government?

The Prime Minister

I have nothing to add to the statements which I made last week on the subject of the visit of Lord Halifax to Germany.

Mr. Maclean

Is it not the case that the right hon. Gentleman then said nothing with regard to the subjects that were discussed? I am asking whether the subjects mentioned in my question were discussed; surely the Prime Minister can give me an answer?

The Prime Minister

No, Sir; I cannot add anything to my previous statements.

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