§ 12. Captain Cunningham-Reid
asked the Secretary of State for Air whether the Yugoslavian Government is in agreement with the British Government's action in allowing Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia to join the Royal Air Force?
§ Sir A. Sinclair
As I have already informed the Hon. Member, the Yugoslav Government were consulted about Prince Alexander's enlistment, and they raised no objection. They rightly took the line that any consequential action was a matter for His Majesty's Government.
§ Captain Cunningham-Reid
Considering that this is the third occasion on which I have had to ask this Question, is it not a fact that the Yugoslav Government have been very reluctant to endorse this dangerous and blatant class differentiating action of His Majesty's Government, and hence the evasiveness of His Majesty's Government—