§ 34. Sir Arthur Salter
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will make a statement as to the measures to be taken to safeguard the future of the Yugoslavs who are now in Italy.
§ Sir A. Salter
Do the Government accept responsibility for the safety of these people, with the possible exception of only a few, who may be war criminals by our standards or in our judgment?
I hope that the quantitative phrase which the right hon. Gentleman uses is accurate, but I hope to be excused from assenting to that. I can say that, for people against whom no prima faciecase is established, the Government accept responsibility, and I give the right hon. Gentleman the assurance that we will not attempt to run away from it.