§ 32. Mrs. Castle
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what representations have been received from the United States Government proposing a blockade of the China coast.
§ 38. Mr. Edelman
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what proposals he has received from the United States Government for a blockade of China.
§ Mrs. Castle
Could the right hon. Gentleman give an assurance that if, when the General Assembly of the United Nations meets again, proposals are put forward by the United States Government for the United Nations approval for the blockade of China, the British delegation will wholeheartedly oppose such a suggestion?
§ Mr. Strachey
What representations is the Foreign Secretary making to the United States Government that the policy into which that Government appear to be drifting in the Far East may do irreparable damage to our joint interests there?
§ Mr. Edelman
Will the right hon. Gentleman reinforce mutual understanding in this matter by assuring the United States that were they to propose a blockade, such a blockade would receive the united opposition of all parties in this country?