§ 61. Captain CAZALET
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in regard to the amount of reparation received by this country, in any one year this country has received from Germany and her other foreign debtors the equivalent amount that she has paid to America?
§ The FINANCIAL SECRETARY to the TREASURY (Mr. Ronald McNeill)
No, Sir. Up to the end of the calendar year 1926, the Exchequer has paid to the United States Government approximately £135½ millions, and has received for German Reparations and for War Debts from the Allies approximately £44 millions.
§ 62. Mr. HAMMERSLEY
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the amounts due for payment from this country, and expected to be paid to this country, for War debts in the forthcoming financial year?
§ Mr. McNEILL
The payment due from this country to the United States 389 Government during the next financial year is £33 millions. The receipts from Allied War Debts are estimated at £10,350,000.