HC Deb 11 December 1922 vol 159 c2353
67. Sir W. DAVISON

asked the Prime Minister whether, in any discussion as to reparations at the forthcoming meeting in London between himself and the French, Belgian, and Italian Prime Minsters, he will see that the attention of the Conference is drawn to the vast internal resources of Germany, contribution;? from which would not affect employment in this country, such as timber, wood-pulp, nitrates, sugar, etc., as well as Germany's large transfer of wealth to foreign countries, estimated by Mr. Reginald McKenna at not less than £200,000,000 sterling?


I think that my hon. Friend can be quite sure all such considerations will be borne in mind, not only by His Majesty's Government, but by (he other Governments concerned.