§ 14. Sir WILLIAM DAVISON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when he expects to be in a position to inform the House as to the attitude of the Soviet Government with regard to the representations made by the late Foreign Secretary, in July last, to the Soviet Ambassador that it was now necessary for a concrete offer to be made by the Soviet Government for the settlement of the debts and claims of British nationals?
§ 18. Mr. MARJORIBANKS
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any negotiations are in progress 479 or contemplation with regard to the settlement of Russian debts to British nationals?
§ Sir W. DAVISON
Will the Foreign Secretary remember that the question of the settlement of the debts of British nationals was one of the conditions of the resumption of diplomatic relations?
§ Captain Sir WILLIAM BRASS
Can the Under-Secretary say how long it will be before he reminds them again?
Will the hon. Member set up a new committee, seeing that this is a new House of Commons?
§ Mr. MARJORIBANKS
Is the hon. Member aware that the mere continuation of the policy of the last Government will not satisfy this House?