I am sorely tempted to follow the hon. Gentleman in the provocative remarks he has made. [HON. MEMBERS: "Why not?"] I shall put that temptation behind me because I see that the Minister of State for Colonial Affairs has been for some time sitting on the Front Bench. In view of the fact that the Gracious Speech makes a reference to the Government's intention to
ensure that measures of social and political advancement and of economic development are promoted in the interests of all races
in the Colonies, I should like to say a few things about our colonial affairs.