§ 2. Mr. ALBERY
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs with what countries Great Britain has up to date negotiated arbitration treaties?
Arbitration treaties exist with the following countries:
- Denmark and Iceland.
- United States of America.
I do not know that any definite treaties are at present being negotiated, but we are always prepared to extend the principle of arbitration as far as possible.
§ Mr. PONSONBY
Can the hon. Gentleman tell us when the treaty with the United States comes up for revision?
§ Mr. HARRIS
Are there any countries with whom we have actually refused to sign arbitration treaties?