BRITISH EMPIRE: The Week in Parliament Mar. 17, 1923


The Week in Parliament

Stanley Baldwin, Chancellor of the Exchequer, replying to Sir John Norton-Griffiths (Conservative), said that he could not urge preferential treatment upon the United States Government for goods imported from the British Isles.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer in a written answer to a question asked in the House, stated that the Colonies are repaying loans to the Mother Country. Payments on principal have been made by the following dominions: South Africa, £381,000; Australia, £526,000; New Zealand, £141,000; British Guiana, £142,000.

A report was issued by the First...

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