Our Ref: WMC/HVT/FC/360.
Mr. A. M. Wall, The London Trades Council, 24, Thavies Inn, Holborn, E.C.1.
27th November, 1936.
Dear Mr. Wall,
Your letter of the 13th instant was referred by the appropriate Committee of the General Council to the National Council of Labour at their meeting on Tuesday last when the contents of your communication were noted.
The whole situation is changing from day to day and has, within the last few days, been charged with great danger to the peace of the world. The situation is receiving constant attention in conjunction with the international organs of Labour, and close contact is preserved with our Spanish comrades.
The National Council of Labour feel that the Parliamentary Labour Party can be trusted to press the Government on every possible occasion, and they consider this the most satisfactory way of dealing with the matter.