§ Mr. Hyde
is my right hon. Friend aware that the Ambassador seems to have made a mistake and was confusing this portrait with the portrait of Castlereagh's successor in office, George Canning, who boasted that he had called the New World into existence to redress the balance of the Old? Would not Vienna, with which Castlereagh's name is associated by reason of the Congress, be a more suitable place for this portrait?
§ Mr. Anthony Greenwood
In view of the fact that Lord Castlereagh had to spend £60,000 to get into Parliament and procured the union of England and Ireland by methods which were far from scrupulous and lived to be by far the most unpopular Cabinet Minister in history, does not the Minister appreciate that many of us have no very strong objection to his posthumous banishment to Montevideo?