HC Deb 18 November 1941 vol 376 c173
46. Mr. De la Bère

asked the Prime Minister whether he is now in a position to make a further statement regarding the methods which have been introduced to effect an increased co-ordination between the Labour Ministry, the Labour section of the War Ministry, the Treasury, Board of Trade and the Army fighting needs?

The Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill)

I see no reason to make a further statement upon this subject in advance of the general Debate on man-power which will take place within the present month.

Mr. De la Bère

Does the right hon. Gentleman realise how little has been done, and how much remains to be done, in the way of co-ordination? Surely he is aware that real co-ordination has never existed?

The Prime Minister

I am certainly not accepting any of those sweeping statements.

Mr. De la Bère

Nevertheless, they are true.

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