HC Deb 29 July 1942 vol 382 cc505-6
48. Mr. A. Edwards

asked the Prime Minister whether His Majesty's Government is in complete agreement with the recent statements of war and peace aims made on behalf of the United States of America by Vice-President Wallace, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Winant, Mr. Acheson and Mr. Cordell Hull?

Mr. Attlee

A large and general measure of agreement exists between the two English-speaking democracies on fundamental principles and main objectives. There is also a great deal of harmony in language and expression.

Mr. Edwards

Is there any reason why the statements made by our representatives are always less intelligible than those made by American representatives?

Mr. Attlee

I do not think that is so.

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