§ 5. Mr. BILLING
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the British Government now recognises the self-appointed spokesmen, Trotsky and Lenin, whose real names are Bronshtein and Ulianoff, both of whom are of German-Jewish origin, as the accredited representatives of the Russian Empire?
§ Mr. BILLING
Is it not a fact that they recognise the alleged Ambassador Litvinoff in England; and, if so, how do they recognise him if he is a representative of the Trotsky Government?
§ 7. Mr. LEES-SMITH
asked whether it is the intention of the Government that the final fate of the Russian Provinces now occupied by Germany, of Roumania, and of Armenia shall, notwithstanding any treaties of peace which Russia and Roumania may meanwhile be forced to make, ultimately be decided at the Peace Conference?
§ 8. Mr. LEES-SMITH
asked whether the Government are bound by any further secret treaties in addition to those which have been published from Petrograd?
§ Mr. LEES-SMITH
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that these secret treaties are one of the causes of labour unrest, and that answers such as he has just given are noted in every industrial centre?