22 JULY 1927, Page 3

The six territories concerned are working well together in joint

research against disease and in other directions, in co-ordinating their Custom's arrangements, and in spending our money on ports, railways, and roads under the East Africa Guarantee Loan Act. Already closer union between Kenya, *Uganda, and Tanganyika seems nearly practicable, without any infringement of the Mandate for Tanganyika. A further Commission is to go out and inquire into questions of co-operation between the territories, of transport, Customs, research, and defence, and tomake recommendations for possible changes in- the Legislative. Councils with a view to getting the immigrants to take more responsibility and to secure more direct representation of native interests. The paper was discUised jn the House of Commons when the Colonial- Office vote was taken on Tuesday. * * * * •