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Oral Answers to Questions — Reparations and Intergovernmental Debts. (14 Jul 1931)

Following is the statement: INTER-GOVERNMENTAL DEBTS due to the United Kingdom in the year 1st July, 1931, to 30th June, 1932. £,000. Germany (Reparation) 14,442 France (War Debt and Hague Annuity) 13,314 Italy (War Debt and Hague Annuity) 4,471 Belgium (Hague Annuity and Reconstruction Loans) 1,042 Rumania (War Debt, Relief Debt and Repatriation of Prisoners of War) 469 Portugal...

Written Answers — Defence: War Graves Commission (6 Mar 2002)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The graves sites maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in Egypt are: Abbasiya Indian Cemetery Alamein Cremation Memorial Alexandra (Chatby) British Protestant Cemetery Alexandria (Chatby) Jewish Cemetery No.3 Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery Aswan Bandar British Cemetery Cairo New British Protestant Cemetery Cairo...

Orders of the Day — Contributorypensionsbill. (22 Jul 1925)

Sir Henry Slesser: ...an Amendment to the proposed Amendment, to leave out the words "the late." The Amendment would then read: except where such pension is payable in respect of the service of a pensioner's son during war. Our proposal is that this right should be given, not only to persons whose sons were killed in the late War but in any war. Small tribal wars are constantly going on, and we may have future...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1945 (Vote on Account) (2 Mar 1945)

CLASS X £ Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services) 10 Ministry of Aircraft Production 10 Ministry of Economic Warfare 10 Ministry of Food 10 Ministry of Fuel and Power (War Services) 10 Ministry of Health (War Services) 10 Ministry of Home Security 10 Ministry of Information 10 Ministry of Labour and National Service (War Services) 10 Postal and Telegraph Censorship...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1943 (Vote on Account). (23 Feb 1943)

CLASS X £ Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services) 10 Ministry of Aircraft Production 10 Ministry of Economic Warfare 10 Ministry of Food 10 Ministry of Fuel and Power 10 Ministry of Health (War Services) 10 Ministry of Home Security 10 Ministry of Information 10 Ministry of Labour and National Service (War Services) 10 Postal and Telegraph Censorship Department 10...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Government Loans. (1 Mar 1926)

..., 31st March, 1925.(Finance Accounts, 1924–25, C. H. 116/1925.) 1927. £ Internal … 1st February … 5 percent. Treasury Bonds 110,132,037 1st October … 5 per cent. National War Bonds—Series I. 188,403,007 4 per cent. National War Bonds—Series I. 84,792,915 External … 1st February … 6 per cent. Central Argentine Railway Company Loan. 3,082,192 ($15,000,000) ...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Silk Duties. (24 Mar 1926)

— Converted into5 per cent. War Loan, 1929–47. Approximate Amount outstanding. £ £ 5 per cent. National War Bonds, Series I … … 82,086,000 163,288,000 5 per cent. National War Bonds, Series II … … 110,619,000 122,283,000 5 per cent. National War Bonds, Series III … … 118,917,000 189,820,000 Converted into 4 per cent. War Loan, 1929–42. 4 per cent. National War...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment. (26 Nov 1925)

Sir William Brass: The average unemployment in those years was 100,000 a year. In the five years, 500,000 people left these shores who did not return. In addition there were 750,000 men killed in the War, so that in the five years of the War period 1,250,000 people left these shores and did not come back, compared with a pre-War average of 2,000,000. Consequently, during those five years we had accumulated in...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (1 Aug 1941)

£ 1. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services) 90 2. Department of Agriculture, Scotland (War Services) 90 3. Ministry of Aircraft Production 90 4. Ministry of Economic Warfare 90 5. Ministry of Food 90 6. Ministry of Health (War Services) 90 8. Ministry of Home Security 90 9. Ministry of Information 90 10. Ministry of Labour and National Service (War Services) 100...

Written Answers — House of Lords: War Widow's Pension (15 Feb 2001)

Lord Morris of Manchester: asked Her Majesty's Government: Further to the Written Answer by Baroness Hollis of Heigham on 30 January (WA 56), how it is determined by the War Pensions Agency that a war widow is "living with a man as his wife"; and Further to the Written Answer by Baroness Hollis of Heigham on 30 January (WA 56), on what evidence and from what source, in each case, the War Pensions Agency decided to stop...

Civil Estimates, 1945: Class X (11 Jun 1945)

...the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1946, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class X of the Civil Estimates, namely: £ 1. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services) 90 2. Ministry of Aircraft Production 90 3. Ministry of Economic Warfare 90 £ 5. Ministry of Fuel and Power (War Services) 90 7. Ministry of Home Security 90 8. Ministry of...

Civil Estimates, 1944.: Class X (25 Jul 1944)

...the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1945, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class X of the Civil Estimates, namely: £ 1. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services) 90 3. Ministry of Economic Warfare 90 4. Ministry of Food 90 5. Ministry of Fuel and Power 90 6. Ministry of Health (War Services) 90 7. Ministry of Home Security 90 8. Ministry...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1942 (Vote on Account) (3 Mar 1942)

...Pleasure Gardens 75,000 Rates on Government Property 2,500,000 Stationery and Printing 1,200,000 Peterhead Harbour 5,000 Works and Buildings in Ireland 18,000 Class VIII Merchant Seamen's War Pensions 75,000 Ministry of Pensions 14,500,000 Royal Irish Constabulary Pensions, &c. 450,000 Superannuation and Retired Allowances 1,000,000 Class IX Exchequer Contributions to Local...

Written Answers — Defence: Second World War POWs (8 Jun 2006)

John Martin McDonnell: ...Defence (1) what steps his Department has taken to assess the need for support of the survivors of the British Army who were recruited from the Indian subcontinent and who were taken prisoner of war on the Western Front in the second world war; (2) what arrangements are in place for support and financial assistance for members of the British Army who were recruited from the Indian...

Estimates Day — [2nd Allotted Day] — Supplementary Estimates, 2005–06 — Ministry of Defence (20 Mar 2006)

Harry Cohen: I am aware that the Conservatives, with some honourable exceptions, voted for the war in Iraq. Does the hon. Gentleman not agree, however, that that was a war of choice? It was very different from the wars that we had fought previously, especially those that preceded the second world war. At the time of those wars we had a defence policy that was a policy of defence: war was a last resort. Is...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Works: Building Costs (23 Jul 1943)

...the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1944, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class X of the Civil Estimates, namely:— 1. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (War Services 90 2. Ministry of Aircraft Production 90 3. Ministry of Economic Warfare 90 4. Ministry of Food 90 5. Ministry of Fuel and Power 90 6. Ministry of Health (War Services) 90 7....

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: War Pensioners Report for 2004–05 (17 Nov 2005)

Don Touhig: The War Pensioners Report for 2004–05 has been published today and a copy has been placed in the House of Commons Library. Publication of the War Pensioners Report is an annual event dating back to before the Second World War. It is a joint document presented to Parliament by the Secretaries of State for Defence, Health, Scotland and Wales. The War Pensioners Report for 2004–05 provides...

Declaration of War: Parliamentary Approval (19 Feb 2003)

Lord Goldsmith: My Lords, the noble and gallant Lord is absolutely right. The last time there was a declaration of war was in 1939. It is not necessary to make a declaration of war these days. Since then, we have been involved in a number of armed conflicts. The existence or not of a legal state of war is nowadays irrelevant for most purposes of international law. The application of what used to be called...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Part Ii. — Officers' Pensions. (4 Mar 1920)

Paragraphs 62–63—Previous wars.—As far as is considered practicable, and with the exception referred to below, "the improved rates granted to officers and men and their dependants in the present War," have already been conceded to previous-war pensioners. At present, however, the widow of a non-commissioned officer killed in a former war receives the pension of a private's widow of the...

Civil Estimates, 1946: Class X (25 Jul 1946)

£ 1. Ministry of Supply 224,000,000 1A. British Supply Office in the United States of America 959,000 2. Ministry of Food 144,837,740 3. Ministry of Transport (War Services) 78,475,000 4. Ministry of Fuel and Power (War Services) 10,300,000 5. Home Office (War Services) 19,989,765 7. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 57,000,000 8. Advances to Allies, etc....


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