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Thursday, 13 April 1961

Mr TURNBULL (MALLEE, VICTORIA) - My question is without notice and is addressed to the Prime Minister. In a recent debate members of the Opposition said that the Government's foreign policy should, to a greater extent, favour the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Malaya. I therefore ask what was, and is, the attitude of the Opposition to this Government's policy of providing service personnel to join the United Kingdom and New Zealand in a strategic force to assist Malaya in its fight against Communist terrorists?

Mr Peters - I wish to take a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Is the Prime Minister entitled to interpret to this House the policy of the Opposition?

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