HC Deb 29 April 1919 vol 115 c31W
Brigadier-General WIGAN

asked the Secretary of State for War if he will state the total amount of the moneys remaining in the hands of the State as a result of dealing in British wool while under control after all expenses have been paid?


I have been asked to answer this question. A large quantity of British wool, the property of the Government, still remains to be disposed of. There are in addition a number of other factors, which cannot at present be determined accurately, and which will ultimately enter into the Trading Account. I regret, therefore, that it is not possible at present to give the information asked for by my hon. and gallant Friend.