§ 40. Major GLYN
asked the Prime Minister whether there are considerable supplies of wheat and other cereals available for export from the area of operations of the anti-Bolshevik forces in Southern Russia; whether the difficulty of securing these stocks is the chaotic condition of internal communication in that area; whether British ships sent. to load these cargoes were forced to come away empty through the indifferent organisation of transport; whether the existing condition of Central Europe demands special efforts being made to transport wheat from Russian Black Sea ports up the Danube; and whether the British transportation mission with. General Denikin's headquarters, have put forward any scheme for making use of this large surplus stock of wheat?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
The facts are, I believe, generally as stated in the question, but I cannot add anything to the replies given to my hon. Friend the Member for the Springburn Division of Glasgow on the 19th November and yesterday.