§ Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much money has been supplied from His Majesty's Treasury to the forces recently under the command of General Yudenitch, or other Russian generals serving the government of North-West Russia; whether his attention has been drawn to the attempt of General Yudenitch to leave for Paris with a large sum of British money in his possession: and what steps have been taken, or are being taken, to ensure that moneys supplied by His Majesty's Government to the Russian generals involved, or to the late government of North-West Russia are properly accounted for.
No money has been supplied from His Majesty's Treasury to the forces recently under the command of General Yudenitch or other Russian generals serving the late Provisional Government of North-West Russia, or to the Government itself. The last part of the question, therefore, does not arise.