§ 51. Major Bruce
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what is the total amount to date of aid granted by Great Britain to other countries since the end of the war, distinguishing between amounts loaned, outright gifts or grants, and grants made under the Intra-European Payments Scheme.
§ Sir S. Cripps
Aid by the United Kingdom to other countries in the form of gifts or loans of cash, goods, and services, has amounted to £950 million since the end of the war. Of this, £65 million represents drawing rights exercised on us under the Intra-European Payments 484 Scheme, £400 million is in gifts or grants, and £485 million is recoverable aid.