HC Deb 19 February 1947 vol 433 cc1149-50
18. Mr. Stokes

asked the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster if he will state the names of the two officers employed by the British Control Commission in Germany who do not at present receive official salaries; and whether he will state the positions which they occupy or the appointments which they hold.

Mr. J. Hynd

These officers are Mr. C. B. Dyson, the chief of the Commerce Division, and Mr. T. H. Y. Bonsey, the controller of the aluminium, magnesium and light alloys sub-section of the Metallurgy Branch.

Mr. Stokes

Will my hon. Friend state what are their commercial connections in this or any other country?

Mr. Hynd

In the case of Mr. Dyson, the chief of the Commerce Division, he was in private business on his own account and is in receipt of no payment from any other source. In the case of Mr. Bonsey, I understand the balance of his salary is paid by the British Aluminium Co.