Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 45. asked the Prime Minister whether he will now appoint a public inquiry, such as was held in the United States of America under the chairmanship of Mr. Dwight Morrow, into the whole question of the Air Force, its military and civil associations, and how our present system compares with the systems in America and Japan, where civil flying is under separate control and military flying is part...
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 43. asked the Home Secretary how many Russian students have been granted visas for the purpose of studying production methods in British factories?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 9. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any suggestions for joint military action have been made by the British Government since they took office to the American and for Japanese Governments in regard to the disorders in China?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: When the right hon. Gentleman is carrying on negotiations does he really know who constitute the Government of Russia?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 7. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that a despatch from the Foreign Office in 1923 complained of the Soviet Government in September, 1922, equipping and despatching to India and other Eastern countries 62 Oriental students trained in propaganda schools under the Third International; and whether he has ascertained from our Ambassador if this practice has...
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 8. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what was the nature of the communication from the Secretary-General of the League of Nations to the Governments of the Powers in regard to the passage of a Soviet Russian cruiser and two destroyers through the Dardanelles in violation of agreements; and what action is to be taken?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Does not this constitute a breach of treaty arrangements, and has that treaty became a scrap of paper?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 28. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what is the present position in regard to the negotiations over the Soviet Russian claim to jurisdiction up to 12 miles of waters from Soviet territory; and what is the degree of protection the Government is prepared to offer British shipping against this claim?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 27. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what was the action of the British delegation at the League of Nations when the Swedish representative demanded that measures should be taken as soon as possible by international action to avoid the drawbacks of dumping policy by State action?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 29. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the request of the Rumanian delegate at the League of Nations Assembly that the Economic Committee should take up the question of Russian dumping had the support of the British Government; and whether he has any information of decisions arrived at by the Warsaw Conference of Eastern European Nations on this question?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Is it the case that the Rumanian Government have already taken action to prohibit all imports from Russia?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the defects are much more numerous than those mentioned in the question, and that the system of wall heating in that climate persists in heating the walls after a heat wave comes on?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that a great drop in prices followed the importation of fruit pulp from Russia?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 51. asked the President of the Board of Education whether there is any intention to revive the agreement he made with the Soviet Russian authorities for the exchange of school teachers?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that he stated in Parliament on 8th October, 1924, that he hoped it would be possible for a limited number of teachers to go to Russia, and that it is only on the Russian side that they did not agree to send teachers here?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Are any steps being taken to keep the price down by bringing pressure to bear through the League of Nations?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: Can we not again have the answer to Question No. 6? Supplementary questions are all barred because the hon. Gentleman has already answered the question.
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 46. asked the Prime Minister whether the Government has considered the desirability of making civil aviation entirely independent of military control; and whether he can state the future policy of the Government on this matter?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: In view of the fact that no confidential details are involved, will the Government consider the advisability of holding a public inquiry into the whole matter of placing civil aviation on the same footing as the mercantile marine, and independent of the Air Ministry?
Mr Carlyon Bellairs: 27. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air what steps have been taken to ratify the rules for restricting aerial operations in war to military objectives, as agreed to by the International Commission of Jurists at The Hague in 1923, especially in regard to prohibitions against inflicting injuries to non-combatants and civilian property?