10th June, 1938.
Mr. W. Stott,
The Railway Clerks Association,
25, Euston Road, N.W.1.
Dear Mr. Stott,
International Solidarity Fund.
I have your letter of the 9th instant and am glad to note the action being taken by your Association to help the above Fund.
We have run out of supplies of the summarised report on relief work in Spain, but immediately we heard of your requirements we placed a further order with the printer and we are pressing him to deliver with all speed. We will see that you get your supply at the earliest possible moment.
International Brigade Dependants Fund. This Committee some time ago made application for assistance from the International Solidarity Fund, and after careful consideration it was decided that no grant be made as our Spanish appeal was definitely made for the Spanish workers. They have made a further approach to us and we are awaiting further particulars. It is likely that when full particulars are received the matter will be referred to the Finance and General Purposes Committee for consideration.
It might, therefore, be advisable for me to leave your query on this matter until the position has been considered by the Committees.
Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism. This is a proscribed body. Consequently they have received