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Thursday, 21 August 1941

Senator A J McLACHLAN (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I did not say that. If the honorable senator is either so obtuse or so anxious to misrepresent me, I ask him to withdraw his statement. He will remember that I gave to his party credit for what it had done: I also said that Senator Eraser held a mistaken view if he thought that the Prime Minister could serve Australia best by remaining here. I did not reflect on the Opposition.

Senator A J McLACHLAN (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - The support for the Government is more definite to-day than ever.

Senator Spicer - What part of Labour's policy is likely to arise in London ?

Senator E B Johnston - We have the Australian Advisory War Council.

Senator Collett - What is the inference?

Senator E B Johnston - "Why not join a national government and improve the future from within?

Senator Collett - Has the honorable senator no hope for the future?

Senator Collett - Glencoe will never be repeated.

Senator Collett - The intention was good.

Senator Collett - Not quite.

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