Hague Conference.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. – in the House of Commons on 13th July 1922.

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Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."— [.Colonel Leslie Wilson.]

Lieut.-Commander KEN WORTHY:

May I ask the Colonial Secretary if he has any information about the Hague Conference? Also, when a statement will be made on the course of events at The Hague, and whether Papers will be laid?

Photo of Mr Winston Churchill Mr Winston Churchill , Dundee

I quite understand the interest and tender solicitude with which the hon. and gallant Gentleman has been following the recent course of events at the Hague—

Photo of Mr Winston Churchill Mr Winston Churchill , Dundee

—but I regret to say I am not in a position either to offer him the encouragement of hope, or to send him to bed with the comfortable certainty of complete despair.

Photo of Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy , Kingston upon Hull Central

It is a pity you cannot give the unemployed a little help.

Adjourned accordingly at Three Minutes after Eleven o'Clock.