HC Deb 07 December 1944 vol 406 c713
38. Captain Gammans

asked the Secretary of State for India if he is in a position to make an interim statement on Lord Munster's visit to India and the S.E.A.C.

34. Mr. John Dugdale

asked the Secretary of State for India whether he intends to make public the result of the investigation undertaken by the Secretary of State for the Home Department into the welfare of the Forces in the Indian Command and S.E.A.C.

40. Miss Ward

asked the Secretary of State for India whether, in order that the House may know the requirements of the officers and other ranks serving in India and the S.E.A.C. with a view to action, he will publish as a White Paper Lord Munster's Report.

Mr. Amery

My Noble Friend returned to this country at the beginning of the week and has presented his report, which is under consideration. I understand that my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister hopes to make a statement next week.

Mr. Leslie

May I ask if we are likely to have a Debate on that report?

Mr. Amery

It is not for me to decide that matter.

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