HC Deb 04 December 1950 vol 482 cc21-2
45. Mr. Harrison

asked the Prime Minister if he has considered the erection of a public monument to the memory of George Bernard Shaw; and with what result.

Mr. H. Morrison

I have been asked to reply. I think that a public monument to the memory of Bernard Shaw might well be erected, but the question is not really one on which it is for His Majesty's Government to take the initiative.

Mr. Blackburn

Would the right hon. Gentleman bear in mind that this is probably one of the few subjects in the world on which the Prime Minister would see eye to eye with Marshal Stalin?