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Wednesday, 29 June 1938

Mr HAWKER (WAKEFIELD, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - If, in the event of its not being possible for the Government to allow time for the discussion on foreign affairs, will the Prime Minister nevertheless, before the House rises, make a statement in relation to the position, or have one made by the Minister for External Affairs, dealing not only with the general world situation but also with the Government's conception of the effect' of certain matters upon Australia's attitude towards external affairs, such as limiting the size of battleships, or the representations made by Great Britain, and possibly other powers, concerning the possible occupation of territory not far removed from Australia.

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