19 OCTOBER 1923
The Ruhr policy of Raymond Poincaré, the President of France, was disclosed in an interview with the German Charge D’Affaires, noting that it was thought to be unbearable and impossible.
Speaking at the Colchester Oyster Feast, Sir Laming Worthington-Evans said that there were no grounds to the rumours that the Government was considering debasing the currency.
The situation in Saxony became critical. The Bavarian Government recalled its Minister in Dresden owing to the Communist representation in the Saxon Government.