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Personal Explanation (Mr Shortt)

Volume 155: debated on Thursday 29 June 1922

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Motion made, and Question proposed.

"That this House do now adjourn."—[ Colonel Leslie Wilson.]

In the course of the Debate this evening, I had to mention the cases of True and Jacoby, and, in case there be any misunderstanding, I should like to make it perfectly clear that I very carefully refrained from in any way discussing the advice which I had to give to His Majesty, and confined myself entirely-to a statement of the facts of the cases.

Question put, and agreed to.

Adjourned accordingly it Eighteen Minutes after Eleven o'clock.