FRANCE: The Entente

Emile Bure, editor of L'Eelair, Paris journal, in a pro-Entente article suggests the formation of a "sur-Parlement," or over-Parliament, in which French and British members would deal with questions affecting both countries. In default of a Franco-British Parliament, M. Bure suggests frequent meetings between British M. P.'s and French Deputies with the object, not only of strengthening the Entente, but of assimilating the foreign policy of each country toward the other. It is understood that such meeting will be arranged for by the French and British Governments.

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