asked the Secretary of state for Foreign
— Number. Value. 1921. 1922. 1923. 1921. 1922. 1923. Rs. Rs. Rs. From United Kingdom 1,242 555 722 1.31.63.019 45.35.520 36.14.117 From Canada 932 1,655 2,876 27.92.657 33.14.595 54.42.450 From United States of America 1,680 1,450 2,270 93.73.164 49.52.314 55.46.019
The India trade returns for the calendar years do not show the origin of imports of commercial cars (i.e., motor omnibuses.
— Number. Value. 1921. 1922. 1923. 1921. 1922. 1923. Rs. Rs. Rs. [...] 1,073 650 836 77.92.279 25.17.949 22.70.289
Affairs whether the House will be given an opportunity to discuss the limits placed upon the repayment of debt due to British creditors of Russia, as laid down in the Foreign Office communique of the 20th May;
(2) whether claims in respect of personal injury to British subjects against the Soviet Government are to be established by way of direct negotiations between the Soviet and individuals in question, or whether the principle of Government negotiations and protection will apply as in the case of Mrs. Stan Harding?
§ Mr. PONSONBY
I am afraid that I must ask him to wait for the Prime Minister's promised statement, after which there will be an opportunity to discuss these and kindred questions.