Does the Prime Minister remember that in the speech that he made on that date he referred to the miners' dispute which had just commenced—the overtime ban? Does he also recall that only three weeks prior to that speech he stood at the Dispatch Box and blamed a £2,000 million deficit on the balance of payments, a 40 per cent. increase in food prices, and a 13 per cent. minimum lending rate, and all that goes with that, not on the miners but on world prices and the weather? Does not it take a Prime Minister with a split mind to change in such a short time?
Does my right hon. Friend agree that it is the avowed intention of the Communist Party to cripple the capitalist system? Would it not therefore be a good idea to publish a list of those people within the trade union movement who have Communist affiliations, so that the silent majority in the trade union movement can realise what sort of people are leading them?