§ 3. Captain Ramsay
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he 208 proposes to make representations to the Soviet Government concerning the untrue statements regarding Great Britain and the British Empire contained in books issued by the Soviet Government for use in the Russian schools this year?
§ Miss Wilkinson
Might not representations be made, in reference to school books in this country, about the untrue statements that they make about Soviet Russia?
§ 13. Mr. Neil Maclean
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what representations he has received from the Soviet Government concerning the untrue statements regarding the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics contained in books issued to schools under the Board of Education in England and Wales and the Scottish Office in Scotland?
§ Mr. Maclean
Does the Foreign Secretary intend to take the matter up with his colleagues, the President of the Board of Education and the Secretary of State for Scotland, with regard to the books being presently issued?
§ Captain Ramsay
Will my right hon. Friend see that the same formula is applied to propaganda put out by the Anglo-Russian Parliamentary Committee?
§ Mr. Petherick
Would not a more suitable person to raise this question be the Russian Ambassador rather than hon. Members opposite?