§ Mr. Speaker
I have here a Private Notice Question and, strictly speaking, I ought not to allow it, because there are Questions to be answered next Tuesday on the same subject. But I am assured that the matter is very important and urgent, and therefore, though it must not be taken as a precedent, I will allow this Private Notice Question to be put now.
(by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in view of the formation of the Polish Committee of National Liberation, it is still the intention of His Majesty's Government to recognise the Polish Government in London as the Government of Poland.
§ Mr. Eden
There has been no change in the attitude of His Majesty's Government, who continue to recognise the Polish Government, let by M. Mikolajczyk, as the Government of Poland. Since, however, we are here concerned with relations between two of our Allies, I would ask the House not to press me further at this stage. The House can rest assured that His Majesty's Government are doing all in their power to further an early solution of problems between two friendly nations, engaged together in war against the common enemy.