– in the House of Commons on 29th September 1942.
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asked the Paymaster-General whether he is now prepared to make a statement with reference to the
work of his Department dealing with post-war reconstruction; the number and nature of inquiries instituted; and the progress made?
If there is any general desire that such a statement should be made, I am prepared to make one on a convenient occasion.
Is not my right hon. and learned Friend going to answer the rest of the Question?
I think we had better await the statement if one is proposed to be made.
Does the right hon. and learned Gentleman propose to make a statement, because I think it would be the desire of the House that he should make one very soon?
I have already said I am prepared to make a statement on a suitable occasion.
If representations are made through the usual channels, may I take it that the right hon. and learned Gentleman is quite prepared to initiate a Debate?
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