Oral Answers to Questions — Luggage Confiscation (Germany).

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at on 30 March 1922.

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Photo of Mr Stanley Baldwin Mr Stanley Baldwin , Bewdley

I have been asked to reply. Every effort is being made by His Majesty's Government to expedite the settlement of claims It is of course always open to claimants to refer their claims to the Mixed Arbitral Tribunal for adjudication. Claim P.R.I. 1,665, was forwarded to Germany with the first batch of claims. The German authorities made a request for production of the luggage voucher, with which the claimant was unable to comply, but evidence has been since supplied by her which should facilitate the identification of the luggage in question. With regard to the payment of claims for compensation, I would refer to my reply to the hon. Member for Newcastle North on the 13th instant.