HC Deb 26 May 1919 vol 116 c842W

asked the Prime Minister, seeing that the period of fifteen days granted to the Germans in which to make answer to the Peace proposals has now expired, and that in the meantime numerous Notes have passed from the German delegates to those of the Allies and that many more are foreshadowed, as well as general observations by the German delegates upon the proposals as a whole, whether he will now cause the said proposals to be printed and published in their entirety and also all the German Notes, the replies thereto, and the German observations when made, in order that the Parliaments and the people of the Empire may better understand the matters at issue?


No, Sir; the position has not changed since I answered a similar question by my hon. Friend last week.