49. Sir F. HALL
asked the Prime Minister whether there will 'be consultation with the French Government before any decisions are arrived at arising out of the negotiations now proceeding with the Soviet delegation?
§ Mr. CLYNES
The negotations referred to in the question, being exclusively concerned with Anglo-Soviet relations, do not call for any consultation with third Governments.
Sir F. HALL
May I ask whether the Government have not been in consultation with the French Government on this subject, and whether the French Government have not intimated that they are not prepared to go to the length which the British Government have gone in this matter?