§ 55. Mr. Pitman
asked the Lord Privy Seal whether Her Majesty's Government will propose to the Governments of the Commonwealth that, notwithstanding current negotiations on nuclear disarmament, they should jointly urge the United Nations Organisation to appoint a World Security Commission charged with making proposals for a World Security Authority; and whether he will give an assurance of Her Majesty's Government's willingness to entertain suitable proposals for assisting such an authority, by the provision of bases and armaments, if other nations do the same.
§ 56. Mr. E. L. Mallalieu
asked the Lord Privy Seal whether Her Majesty's Government will propose to the Governments of the Commonwealth that there should be a World Security Authority to which all national arms should be handed over by stages, which should have its own force operating from its own bases, and which should have the duty to inspect and control the progressive disarmament of all sovereign States and thereafter keep the peace of the world.