§ Dr. King
Is the Minister aware that this Question was put down early in December and that it becomes somewhat academic in view of the magnificent step taken by him during the last few days in dealing with the Nazis? But does not he agree that in dealing with this Nazi menace it is still important that we should always move with France and other countries of Western Europe?
§ Mr. Anthony Greenwood
Will the right hon. Gentleman see that there is a full exchange of information between the French, British and American Governments on matters of this kind?
§ Mr. Dalton
Has the right hon. Gentleman thought of the desirability of publishing as a White Paper the very interesting American report recently made on Nazi recrudescence?
§ Mr. Eden
I do not know that I entirely accept the right hon. Gentleman's adjectives. This was, I understand, a public opinion poll, and I think the right hon. Gentleman knows that they can sometimes be deceptive in every country. Therefore, I would not like to regard any public opinion poll as decisive.
§ Mr. Dalton
None the less, would it not be interesting to have it published so that hon. Members might read it? Is there any objection to having it laid as a White Paper?
§ Captain Duncan
Is not my right hon Friend disappointed that France has not walked with us as fast as we would have liked?