HC Deb 16 November 1964 vol 702 cc13-4W
66. Sir J. Eden

asked the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs what has been the effect on Anglo-French relations of the decision to cancel the Concord project; and what representations he has received from the French Government on this matter.

Mr. George Thomson

As my right hon. Friend the Minister of Aviation said in the debate on the Address on 5th November, the only decision taken by Her Majesty's Government has been to ask the French Government for an urgent review of the project. My right hon. Friend the Prime Minister has now received from Monsieur Pompidou a reply to his message on the subject. Her Majesty's Government are now considering this reply.

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