§ Mr. GILLETT
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the total sums received in the six months ending 31st March, 1926, by Great Britain from Germany in respect of cost of occupation and of reparations?
§ Mr. R. McNEILL
The total amount received by this country from Germany in the six months ended 31st March, 1926, in respect of costs of occupation, Belgian War Debt, and reparations was £5,350,000, out of which approximately 500,000 is payable to the Dominions and Colonies on account of their share of reparations.1866W
since 1911–12 the number of postmen on the establishment; and the numbers of letters, postcards, printed papers, newspapers, parcels, and registered letters and parcels, respectively, dealt with?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL - THOMSON
Figures for the years 1914–15 to 1919–20 are not immediately available, and in view of the abnormal conditions then obtaining would be of little value. The figures for the remaining years are as follow: