HC Deb 02 May 1923 vol 163 cc1339-40

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if there are opportunities provided by the Soviet Government for ascertaining what are the facts regarding the export of grain, the state of industry, and the present condition of the people of Russia; whether the Government is in possession of information on these points which can be published; and, if not, will steps be taken to obtain such information?

Lieut.-Colonel BUCKLEY (for Mr. Ronald McNeill)

Information on these subjects is published by the Soviet Government. His Majesty's Government also receive such information from other sources, but not in a form suitable for publication.


Can we have any information as to what is going on in the interior of Russia?

Lieut.-Colonel BUCKLEY

The right hon. Gentleman had better put that question on the Paper.

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