§ 45. Mr. Stonehouse
asked the Prime Minister how many meetings he has had with the Federal Prime Minister; and what decisions were made regarding the constitutional conference to discuss the future of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
§ The Prime Minister (Mr. Harold Macmillan)
I would ask the hon. Gentleman to await the statement I shall be making at the end of Questions.
§ Mr. Stonehouse
On the specific question of the constitutional conference, may I ask whether a date has been arranged and whether or not the Prime Minister agrees that it would be in the interests of British protected persons in Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland that a plebiscite should be held before the full conference takes place?
§ The Prime Minister
I think it would be better to await the statement later today. Also, I understand that we are to have a whole day's debate on Central Africa tomorrow.