HC Deb 15 June 1927 vol 207 cc1015-6W

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if His Majesty's Government are able to state whether all the Powers with interests in the Far East are adopting a policy of non-interference in purely Chinese matters; and whether British policy is aimed at promoting such a point of view?


I am not in a, position to express an opinion whether all Powers having interests in the Far East are observing a policy of noninterference in purely Chinese matters. This is, however, the policy followed by His Majesty's Government, who hope to secure its general adoption as far as possible.