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Wednesday, 15 March 1961


Sir GARFIELD BARWICK - The

Leader of the Opposition knows quite well that a Prime Ministers Conference does not reach decisions in the way in which some conferences do. If and when a common view is attained, it will appear from that which is said at the conclusion of the conference.


Mr Calwell - What do you know about it? What can you tell the Parliament?


Sir GARFIELD BARWICK - I do not propose to enter into a discussion of what, at the moment, are secret discussions between the Prime Ministers.







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