§ 13. Mr. CRAVEN-ELLIS
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will make representations to the United States of America to the effect that it will not be in the best interest of a world trade revival for this country to renew her War debt payments until the United States of America will agree to accept settlement by goods instead of gold?
§ 15. Mr. BRACKEN
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether His Majesty's Government will consider the advisability of discharging a large part of Britain's debt to the Government of the United States by the export of all our available gold supplies?
I am not at present in a position to make any further statement on the question of the American Debt.
§ Colonel WEDGWOOD
Has the right hon. Gentleman considered whether there will be any material injury to our credit if we pay in gold?