HC Deb 19 May 1952 vol 501 c2
3. Mr. Driberg

asked the Attorney-General if he will bring to the attention of the Director of Public Prosecutions the activities of Mr. G. de Courtenay, General Secretary of the Conservative Christian League, 61, Seaview Road, Drayton, Portsmouth, who has set up, without authority or permit, a registry through which he purports to be able to supply agricultural workers, hotel employees and domestic servants, and has issued leaflets, bearing no imprint, inviting subscriptions from prospective employers and gifts from supporters of the political object of the League.

The Attorney-General

I will refer this case to the Director of Public Prosecutions. I shall be obliged for any information which the hon. Member can give me about it.

Sir W. Smithers

Would my hon. and learned Friend also call the attention of the Public Prosecutor to the activities of the Dean of Canterbury?