§ 23. Sir K. WOOD
asked the Lord Privy Seal whether the Committee considering certain unemployment proposals have now reached any conclusions?
I have nothing to add to the previous replies which I have given the right hon. Gentleman in answer to this weekly question.
§ Sir K. WOOD
Since the last reply, is it not true that the Committee in question have definitely and unanimously rejected the Mosley Memorandum, and is it not a fact that this statement has appeared in the official organ of the Labour party; and has the Attorney-General been employed to make some inquiries in the matter?
The only interesting part of the supplementary question is the knowledge that the right hon. Gentleman reads that paper.
Is there not one point wrong in the right hon. Gentleman's reply, namely, his reference to the right hon. Gentleman's weekly question? Should it not rather be his daily question?