HC Deb 29 September 1942 vol 383 c670
52. Mr. David Adams

asked the Prime Minister whether he can assure the House that there is now no lack of harmony and reciprocity in Allied war planning, or any lack of machinery to maintain the same?

The Prime Minister

Reciprocity cannot be accepted as a principle, when all concerned should do their utmost. Harmony, on the other hand, is our constant aim, and there is certainly no lack of machinery to achieve it.

Mr. Adams

Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that it is necessary to give those assurances in certain quarters of the country, and probably will be necessary at the termination of the war?