§ 33. Sir D. MACLEAN
asked the Secretary of State for War if he will state what is the estimated cost of our operations in Russia, and also the estimated cost of munitions of war, food, or money sent in support of Russian military operations since the date of the Armistice to 1st July, 1919?
§ 50. Captain W. BENN
asked the Prime Minister whether he will cause to be prepared a statement showing the total sum spent since the Armistice on the wars in Russia, distinguishing, if possible, the cost of shipping freights and munitions from the cost of maintenance and personnel?
§ Sir D. MACLEAN
Does my right hon. Friend remember that I have given him a margin of £10,000,000 for error, and does he not agree that the House is entitled to this information; and I would further ask him if he does not think that, within that margin which I have given him, the House is entitled to the information before the House rises, so as to give us an opportunity of making some comment on the information?
§ Captain BENN
Is he aware that the War Office has this afternoon given a full statement as to the expenses of the expeditions in Ireland?