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Thursday, 21 August 1941

Senator Collings - We did not say that.

Senator Collings - Not necessarily to attend meetings of the War Cabinet.

Senator Collings - We believe in a representative going to London to put Australia's viewpoint.

Senator Collings - Before whom it should be placed.

Senator Large - The honorable senator is making a mistake. Field-Marshal Smuts had that right during the last war.

Senator Fraser - Has any other course been tried?

Senator Lamp - We are not preventing him from going.

Senator Courtice (QUEENSLAND) - The honorable senator should not get out of his depth.

Senator Courtice - Well, have we not assisted the Government?

Senator Collings - The Government does not intend to have a total war effort.

Senator Collings - It is not our fault that the Government has not prosecuted certain bread and boot manufacturers.

Senator Ashley - But he is not.

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