§ 30. Mr. Keeling
asked the Secretary of State for Burma whether the Government have given, or can give, any undertaking that property and goods destroyed or damaged in Burma as a result of the Japanese invasion will be replaced or repaired, so far as possible; and that if the resources of Burma are insufficient, His Majesty's Government will give what assistance they can.
§ The Secretary of State for Burma (Mr. Amery)
I would refer my hon. Friend to the reply given by the late Chancellor of the Exchequer to the hon. Member for Stoke (Mr. Ellis Smith) on 28th February, 1943.