Oral Answers to Questions — Surplus War Stores (Sales).

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

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Photo of Sir Robert Horne Sir Robert Horne , Glasgow Hillhead

So far as the Disposal and Liquidation Commission is concerned, the answer is that the actual cash received and paid into the Exchequer for surplus war stores to the 28th February, 1922, is £227,000,000. This does not include sales of raw material made on trading accounts, or sales of surplus war stores made by other Departments, e.g., horses by the War Offices, shipping by the Ministry of Shipping, etc.