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Wednesday, 6 May 1942


Mr MORGAN (REID, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Has the attention of. the. Prime Minister been drawn to the published remarks of the right honorable the Leader of the United' Australia party (Mr. Hughes) that, judging from events in Parliament last week, during the debate on the use of the Militia beyond Australia, co-operation with the Government did not represent the outlook of some members of the United Australia party who rejected the advice of their leaders in regard to whatreally amounted to a censure motion; and that now, when the inevitable consequences had resulted, they were seeking to lay the blame on their leaders and not on the reactionary tory wing of the party? Will the Prime Minister look into the matter in order to ensure that the business of the country and the prosecution of the war will not again be impeded by frivolous or vexatious motions?







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