HC Deb 07 February 1945 vol 407 cc2085-6W
Mr. A. Edwards

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if His Majesty's Government were consulted on the mission of Judge Sam Rosenman to this country and have agreed that the Judge make yet another economic survey of conditions in this country; and what purpose this survey is to serve.

Mr. Law

Lord Halifax has been kept fully informed with regard to Judge Rosenman's visit. Mr. Rosenman has been specially charged by the President to look into, and to report to him upon, the question of the supply situation in liberated areas of North-Western Europe, which, as my hon. Friend will know, has been receiving the earnest attention of His Majesty's Government and the United States Government. I and representatives of the interested Departments of His Majesty's Government look forward with pleasure to discussions with Mr. Rosenman on this vitally important question. So far as I am aware, Mr. Rosenman has not been charged with the task of making a survey of economic conditions in the United Kingdom.

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