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that admission and he says, * There are 40,000 of my troops there,
and there are Generals and Field-Marshals whom I have con-
gratulated on their victories in Spain,' is it not the business of the
Non-intervention Committee to tell him that those troops have
no right to be in Spain and that he must bring them away at once ?
If the number is only 40,000, then the less tax it will be on his
transport. He should be told that we shall not be satisfied in
this country unless those troops are taken away to Italy within
fourteen days."
To  this  warlike suggestion  the  Prime   Minister replied in
the closing speech of the Debate :