§ The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Balfour)
Any general answer to this question might turn out misleading, so the hon. Gentleman must forgive me if I do not attempt one.
§ Mr. BILLING
Will the right hon. Gentleman say whether the Foreign Office have been formally advised of Russia's attitude in signing peace, and what is the position now, and whether Russia is to be regarded as an ally, enemy, or friendly neutral?
§ Mr. HOGGE (by Private Notice)
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if this Government has any information at all about what is happening with regard to the signing of peace terms in Russia; if they have not, will they get it; and when they have got it, will they communicate it in such a way that we shall really know what is happening?
§ The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER (Mr. Bonar Law)
I have a certain amount of information, but I think it will be obvious to my hon. Friend and the House that this is a question which should not be put without notice.