Will the right hon. Gentleman accept that if the Government's Rhodesian policy is now in ruins, as I suggest it is, it is not least because he has consistently received inaccurate and false information about what is happening in that country? Will he accept further that one of the ways in which to avoid that happening is to strengthen the British High Commission in Salisbury, which now consists of a man and a boy and is not capable of doing its job, although that is not its fault?
I am very glad to be able to say that I get constant reports from the hon. Gentleman, from many of his hon. Friends, from many of my hon. Friends, from journalists and many other sources. I can assure him that the information which I receive is quite full and authoritative.