§ 33. Mr. Blackburn
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will send a further note to the Soviet occupation authority in Hungary demanding a public investigation into the alleged plot on the part of M. Nagy, former Prime Minister of Hungary, to overthrow his own Government.
§ Mr. Blackburn
May I ask the Foreign Secretary to press hard and quickly for these facts, which should have been furnished to him long ago, so that the people of Britain and Europe may make up their own minds whether they are witnessing a revival of totalitarian power?
§ Mr. Gallacher
Will the right hon. Gentleman also consider sending a note to M. Nagy advising him to return to his country and challenge his accusers?
§ Mr. Speaker
I gather that a statement is to be made tomorrow. In view of that it is surely a mistake to put further questions.