HC Deb 25 July 1938 vol 338 c2691
31. Lieut.-Commander Fletcher

asked the Prime Minister whether he will make a statement as to the reply he is making to the message brought to him by Herr Wiedemann from the head of the German Government?

37. Mr. A. Henderson

asked the Prime Minister whether the assurances which Captain Wiedemann recently renewed on behalf of the German Government of their desire to achieve a peaceful settlement of outstanding questions, included the Czechslovakian problem on the basis of the maintenance of the territorial integrity and political independence of that country?

The Prime Minister

I have nothing to add to the statement which I made on this subject on 21st July.

Mr. Henderson

Can the Prime Minister tell the House what are the outstanding questions which are referred to in the communiqué? Are we not entitled to know what the outstanding questions are?

The Prime Minister

I think that they refer to outstanding questions in connection with Czechoslovakia.