asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he can state the names of the particular issues of British long-term debt which are to he, or have been, cancelled partly or wholly by the proceeds of the flotation of the German international 5½ per cent. sterling bonds of 1930, representing the capitalisation of Great Britain's share in the unconditional annuities payable by Germany under the Hague Agreement of January, 1930?
As stated in Command Paper No. 3617 the selection of a particular issue was left to the National Debt Commissioners. They have cancelled 5 per cent. War Loan.