asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what communication has been made to the Duke of Bedford with regard to the reversion to the vendor of the Bloomsbury site, which has been declined by the University of London because of the impossibility of fulfilling
The following list includes the principal cases of guarantees given or loans advanced in the period from 1st April, 1919, to 31st March, 1925. The figures given refer to the net guarantees given or the net increase of loans outstanding between the two dates I.—Up to 31st March, 1925, GUARANTEES have been given by the Government in the following cases: — Amount Authority £ Trade Facilities (net amount outstanding on 31st March, 1925). 54,448,487 11 & 12 Geo. V. c. 65. 13 Geo. V. (Sess. 2) c. 4 14 & 15 Geo. V. c. 8 15 Geo. V. c. 13 Export Credits (net amount outstanding on 31st March, 1925). 4,870,241 10 & 11 Geo. V. c. 29 Sudan (net amount guaranteed since the Armistice) 11,143,400 9 & 10 Geo. V. c. 43. 13 Geo. V. (Sess. 2) c. 4 14 & 15 Geo. V. c. 8 Ulster Savings Certificates 2,112,500 12 & 13 Geo. V. c. 24 Austrian Guaranteed Loan (see Finance Accounts, 1924–25, page 95). 13 Geo. V. (Sess. 2) c. 4 Welsh Church Commission 2,350,000 4 & 5 Geo. V. c. 91. Increase in Irish Guaranteed 3 per cent. Stock 25,605,528 (Nominal) 9 Edw. 7. c. 42.
the conditions of Mr. Fisher's offer of 1920?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
Notice has been served on the solicitors to the Bedford Estate, offering the re-sale of the Blooms-bury site to the Duke of Bedford pursuant to the provisions of Clause 7 of the Conveyance of the 23rd March, 1921.