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Invasion Committees

Volume 395: debated on Thursday 2 December 1943

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asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the changed circumstances, he will abolish invasion committees?

No, Sir. In the Government's view it is desirable that these committees, which, if circumstances were to change, might have an important part to play, should be kept in being for the present and that their plans should be in good order. In present circumstances and in view of the stage of completion which these plans have already reached, this policy does not involve any undue demands upon the time and efforts of the members.