§ 47. Mr. Piratin
asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been drawn to a speech made by the Lord President of the Council on 13th March which called for a resistance movement with the same resources and initiative and sacrifice as in the war against Hitler to be developed against a Government with which this country is not at war; and whether this represents the policy of His Majesty's Government.
§ The Prime Minister
My right hon. Friend was expressing a sentiment which is, I think, shared by the vast majority of the people of this country, namely, that in course of time popular movements will sweep away tyrannies.
§ Mr. Piratin
Does that answer mean that the Prime Minister and his Labour Government support a policy of inciting the bourgeoisie of other countries in Europe to rise up in civil war against working class Governments?