436 Department of External Affairs to Hodgson
Cablegram P290 CANBERRA, 23 December 1948
We have not received your report  but it is disturbing to find from the press an adjournment without a vote taken. You will recall that, when we raised the matter originally, the aim was to call for a vote without debate on the question of cease-fire, and, when Council meets again, you should move closure and insist on immediate vote. Minister's telegram of 20th  has just been received and, in relation to this, see last sentence of paragraph 5.