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Central Europe

Volume 345: debated on Monday 20 March 1939

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asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of recent happenings in Central Europe, he is taking any special steps to obtain at the earliest possible moment better information as to political events and conditions in one or more of the Governments of Europe, in view of their probable effect on British interests?

No, Sir. His Majesty's Government are satisfied with their present sources of information in Central Europe.

In view of the serious situation in Europe would it not be in the best interests of the country that those who have all along believed in collective security should now have control of the Government of this country?