§ Mr. Sever
I am grateful to my right hon. Friend for that answer. When he next goes to this particularly important part of the world, will he take the opportunity to make a speech—which will doubtless be widely reported and read and heard by the people of Ladywood in Birmingham—pointing out the dilemma with which this country may well be faced in the event of the right hon. Lady the Leader of the Opposition being asked to form a Government and how the economic policies being pursued by the Government reflect the views of the British people in contrast to those proposed by the right hon. Lady?
§ The Prime Minister
I shall certainly do that. My constituents are well aware of the situation. On the whole, I do not think it is worth while spending too much time on the phantasmagoria that my hon. Friend conjures up.