§ 39. Sir T. Moore
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether it is necessary to examine minutely, for Customs purposes, the effects of pilots who fly the Atlantic with war planes; and whether he will consider simplifying the existing procedure?
§ The Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Captain Crookshank)
The desirability of showing every consideration to these pilots is fully appreciated, and Customs procedure, which includes non-revenue work on behalf of other Departments, has been simplified as far as possible subject to the requirements of other Departments on whose behalf Customs and Excise act.