HC Deb 15 March 1939 vol 345 c380

The following Question stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Mr. COCKS:

4. To ask the Prime Minister what is the present position concerning the promise of His Majesty's Government to guarantee, with other nations, the frontiers of Czecho-Slovakia; and when is this promise to be implemented?

Mr. Cocks

In the circumstances, I think it would be kinder and more dignified not to ask this question.

6. Mr. Arthur Henderson

asked the Prime Minister whether the neutrality of Czecho-Slovakia, required by Signor Mussolini as a prior condition to the international guarantee of the frontiers of Czecho-Slovakia, has now been established; and whether he is now in a position to make a statement on such guarantee?

7. Mr. Henderson

asked the Prime Minister whether he can make a statement on the present situation in Czecho-slovakia, in view of the moral guarantee of His Majesty's Government to protect the frontiers of Czecho-Slovakia?

10. Lieut-Commander Fletcher

asked the Prime Minister whether he will make a further statement on the situation arising in Czecho-Slovakia out of action taken by Slovak separatists; whether any British guarantee to Czecho-Slovakia is involved; and whether any representations are being made to the German Government?

Mr. Butler

I would ask the hon. Members to be good enough to await the statement on business which the Prime Minister will make at the end of Questions.

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