HC Deb 28 February 1940 vol 357 cc2062-3
46. Mr. Liddall

asked the Prime Minister whether he considers it necessary for all our representatives to meetings of the Allied Supreme War Council, at Paris or elsewhere abroad, to cross the Channel in the same vessel at the same time; and will he, in the national interest, henceforth so arrange that when making a sea journey to attend such meetings the principal officers of State shall do so in different vessels?

The Prime Minister

My hon. Friend can rest assured that the considerations which he has in mind are not overlooked.

Mr. Davidson

Is the House to be denied any opportunity of a bit of work?