§ 4. Mr. Price
asked the Prime Minister whether he can make any statement on the conversations which have recently taken place between the Japanese Ambassador in London and Lord Halifax; and, in particular, whether any attempt has been made by the Japanese to obtain from His Majesty's Government their good offices in bringing about contact between the Chinese Government at Chungking and Mr. Wang Ching-wei?
§ Mr. Butler
The Japanese Ambassador, in accordance with established practice, calls at the Foreign Office from time to time to discuss matters of common interest to our two countries. No such suggestion as is described in the second part of the Question has been made.
§ Mr. Noel-Baker
Has the attention of the Government been called to the important statement made by the Chinese Ambassador to this country the other day, on the subject of the so-called Government of Wang Ching-wei?