HC Deb 14 May 1952 vol 500 cc131-2W
Mr. Grimond

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he has come to any decision on the scheme for linking

(Exchequer Receipts and Payments)
Internal Debt Increase Decrease
£ £
Bretton Woods Agreement Act, 1954—International Bank and Monetary Fund—Interest Free Notes 175,000
Bank of England (Treasury Special Account)—Interest Free
Notes 14,125,000
Loans Free of Interest 277,970
Government of India—
Agreement of 26th September, 1942 1,939,503
Financial Agreement of 9th July, 1948 (Cmd. 7472) 5,489,923
Government of Pakistan—Financial Agreement of 9th July, 1948 (Cmd. 7479) 281,434
Government of Northern Ireland—Ulster Savings Certificates 1,129,100
European Payments Union 217,574,286
Trustee Savings Banks, &c., deposits with H.M. Treasury 1,652,720
Government of Cyprus—Loans 356,758
Miscellaneous 233,506
External Debt
United States—Government Loan under Agreement of 6th December, 1945 (Cmd. 6708) 19,109,382
Loan from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation 14,382,423
Government of Canada—
Loan under Financial Agreement of 6th March, 1946 (Cmd. 6904) 4,924,518
Loan Free of Interest 10,630,726
Government of Belgium—Loan under Agreement of 7th September, 1949 (Cmd. 7811) 119,571
Government of East Africa Loans 5,039,054
Government of Ceylon Loans 163,632
Miscellaneous 63,986
219,402,006 78,266,486
NET INCREASE £141,135,520

Trondra and Burra Isle to the mainland of Shetland.

Mr. J. Stuart

No. The necessary technical investigations have had to be continued over an extended period, and I have not yet received the report upon them.