asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware that the Corporation of the City of Aberdeen have invited Mr. Kamensky, Russia's trade representative in Great Britain, to meet them in Aberdeen or in London; and what steps he now proposes to take, in furtherance of his official policy of encouraging trade between Scotland and the Soviet Union, to assist the expansion of trade between the two countries.
Does not the right hon. Gentleman realise that that is a quite inadequate Answer? Really, the Board of Trade may always be ready to do anything, but it has done nothing in this case. Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that this Question has been on the Notice Paper for some little time, and that he has had ample opportunity and time to bring the parties together and to fix an actual date? Has he done so? If not, will he do so?