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asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he will ask for a report on the technical possibilities of the Lowdermilk Plan for the development of Palestine.
These proposals are at present the subject of private technical investigation. At a later stage, when they are more fully formulated, I will certainly bear in mind my hon. Friend's suggestion.
Mr. Edmund Harvey
Is it not a fact that if the proposals are proved practicable, they will give great benefit to both Arabs and Jews?
I think we had better have the investigation first.
Can my right hon. and gallant Friend say when this further investigation will be completed?
I could not say that now.