HC Deb 31 July 1934 vol 292 c2475W

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that, owing to the Polish action within the past few weeks, the position of the Pless undertaking and of its 4,000 workers and their families has recently become extremely acute; and whether, in the circumstances, he will make representations to the Polish authorities that they should give an assurance not to take independent action prejudicial to a fair settlement pending the examination by the Council of the League of Nations of the petitions submitted by Prince Henry of Pless?


The petitions to the League of Nations are being dealt with by the usual procedure, and there is therefore no occasion for intervention by His Majesty's Government.