§ 7. Mr. Rhys Davies
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to the recent speech of His Majesty's Ambassador in Madrid, delivered in Chelsea, suggesting that the Allied nations should make it more clear what our post-war aims are for the new Europe; and whether he will make such a statement?
§ Mr. Davies
Does not the right hon. Gentleman think that the speech of our Ambassador in Madrid warrants the very serious consideration of His Majesty's Government, and that His Majesty's Government, along with the Governments of the other Allied nations, should carry out the suggestions of our Ambassador and make the fact public to the people of Europe?
§ Mr. Shinwell
Has the right hon. Gentleman noted the observations of our Ambassador in Madrid on the need for speed in order to achieve victory?