HC Deb 19 January 1965 vol 705 cc36-7W
Q8. Mrs. Renée Short

asked the Prime Minister if he will include in his forthcoming talks with the Chancellor of West Germany the problem of the prosecution of Nazi war criminals under the London Agreement.

Q14. Mr. Hector Hughes

asked the Prime Minister if, during his forthcoming visit to West Berlin, he will draw the attention of the Government there to the industrial advantages to be derived by that nation from increased trade between them and Scotland, owing to their geographical propinquity and to their direct sea and air communications.

The Prime Minister

I have decided that, in view of Sir Winston Churchill's illness, it would be wrong for me to leave the country at the present time. I have therefore informed the Federal German Chancellor, Dr. Erhard and the Governing Mayor of Berlin, Herr Brandt, that I shall be obliged to postpone my proposed visit to Bonn and Berlin.