§ 51. Mr. G. Strauss
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in order to render more effective the exchange control of the £, he has approached the Dominion Governments with a view to forming a joint Empire control; and, if se, with what result?
§ Captain Crookshank
Each of the Dominion Governments has imposed exchange control under its own legislation, and every effort is made to ensure coordination and co-operation between the authorities concerned, both as regards the Governments and the central banks.
§ Mr. Strauss
Is the right hon. and gallant Gentleman aware that unless there is unified control, there cannot be complete and satisfactory control?
|Appointments made from outbreak of war up to the 31st October, 1939, of persons, not already serving in the Civil Service, to posts with a salary of £1,000 a year and over.|
|Admiralty||1||Adviser on Scientific Development||1,000|
|Air Ministry||1||Special appointment in the Directorate of SubContracting.||1,100|
|1||Inspector of Camouflage||1,000|
|1||Director of Armament Production||Not yet fixed.|
|1||Assistant Director of Armament Production||1,050|
|Foreign Office||10||Specialists in the Political Intelligence Department.||1,000|
|Home Office and Ministry of Home Security.||13||Regional Commissioners||2,500*|
|12||Deputy Regional Commissioners||1,000*|
|5||District Commissioners (Scotland)||1,000*|
|9||Regional Works Advisers||1,000*|
|Press and Censorship Bureau.|
|1||Director General||Not yet fixed.|
|1||Deputy Director, News Division||1,000|
|2||Deputy Directors, Censorship Division||1,200|
|Mines Department||1||Director for Mining Supplies||1,200|
|Ministry of Economic Warfare.||1||Head of Financial Pressure Department||1,000|