Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 8. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he will issue a comparison of the chief articles exported by this country to Russia in 1913, with the amounts we exported in 1930 to Soviet Russia?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: With regard to the figures, do they generally show that a system of virtual prohibition is in force against goods that we might desire to sell to Russia?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 7. asked the President of the Board of Trade what are the general terms of the decree issued in May, 1931, regulating trade of foreigners with Soviet Russia and of Soviet State and co-operative organisations with foreigners; and whether those orders have been in any way altered since then?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Will the Mosley party be given reasonable facilities?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 5. asked the President of the Board of Trade how much Soviet Russian wheat, barley and oats is credited to other countries by reason of transit through those countries; and whether any flour was received from Soviet Russia in the cereal year 1930–31?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Will the right hon. Gentleman make inquiries as to obtaining information for future Parliaments?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 9. asked the Secretary of State for India whether any breach of the undertaking that Soviet Russia and the Third International shall abstain from propaganda has been reported from India since diplomatic recognition was accorded; and whether such Communist propaganda has been the subject of any official observations in India by officials or judges?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: In view of these representations and our own experience, is the Government of India prepared to tell the Government of Russia, through the Foreign Office, that our patience is becoming exhausted and that we will take appropriate action?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 14. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that Soviet Russia claims the right to grant naturalisation papers through its Embassies and Consulates without any residential qualifications; and whether he has any information as to any cases where the claim has been exercised in tins country?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Is not this a most extraordinary claim, of a kind that has not been put forward by any other nation?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 47. asked the Prime Minister whether, in the case of appointments to directorships of companies by the Government or subject to the approval of the Government, it will be made a condition of the appointment that the recipient shall be subject to Income Tax as one domiciled in Great Britain?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 48. asked the Prime Minister whether consideration will be given to making all appointments by the Government to directorships of companies uniform with the plan only adopted at present in Home-grown Sugar, Limited, by which the director surrenders all his fees in return for a fixed payment?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Will the hon. Gentleman take into special consideration the practical subsidy which is given to betting telegrams?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: May I point out, Sir, that it was quite impossible to hear, owing to the amount of noise in the House?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 30. asked the President of the Board of Trade what was the value of manufactured goods sent by Soviet Russia to the United Kingdom in 1930; and what has been the value up to the latest available date in 1931.
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 9. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether any revision of charts has been made of an extensive character as the result of recent earthquakes: and, if so, where?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 17. asked the Secretary to the Overseas Trade Department whether, in view of the crisis, it is proposed to make any changes in the granting of export credits; what are the total export credits granted his year for Soviet Russian orders; what is the maximum length of time for these credits; and the maximum percentage of the value of the order?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 27. asked the President of the Board of Trade what is the sack capacity per hour of the flour mills now operating in the United Kingdom; and what was the similar figure in 1913 or some other pre-War date for which the figure is available?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Can the right hon. Gentleman give the House any information as to who was responsible for organising the disturbance?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Has any application been made by our Am- bassador for the report of the proceedings before the military court?