The substance of the agreement was given in the full statement which I made on 26th February. As the agreement was of an interim character, and as there is nothing substantial to add to the information already in the possession of the House, I do not think it is necessary to lay a White Paper.
As I have told the hon. Member and the House, all the substantial points of the agreement, with the exception of certain detailed definitions of British rights and so forth, were announced in the statement I made. Therefore, the House is in possession of all the material which I think it desires. As this is an interim agreement, I do not think it is necessary to go further than that.