HC Deb 27 April 1920 vol 128 c1031
62. Major GLYN

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much money has been paid by the British Treasury for the relief of the inhabitants of Austria since 1st January; and how much more money is it anticipated will be spent in this way?


The actual cash advances for Austrian relief (including grants to the Vienna Relief Committee) since 1st January last amount to £394,000. £10,000,000 is provided in the Estimates for 1920–21 for relief loans to Austria and Poland, and it seems probable that some £7,000,000 of this will very shortly be spent for this purpose.