While fully accepting what the Prime Minister said, may I ask him whether, as in this changing Commonwealth Empire Day is no longer universally celebrated, he would consider it desirable that some common anniversary should be fixed in order that the Commonwealth idea can be given at least as much expression as the idea of the United Nations, which is fully celebrated throughout the Commonwealth?
We have our own ways of proceeding in the Commonwealth. I am not sure that uniformity is necessarily best. I find, on looking the matter up, that there is a wide variety of arrangements. Canada celebrates Empire Day as Victoria Day and so does South Africa. I am not sure that other Dominions do, even "down under." Everyone has his particular method.