§ 17. Sir J. Langford-Holt
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in view of the need to restrict foreign expenditure, whether he will refuse to allow dollars to be spent in the United States of America by the broadcasting authorities for the rights to perform parlour games which were invented in Great Britain.
§ Sir J. Langford-Holt
Is the Financial Secretary therefore saying that any citizen may contract, without any "no say" by him, to pay to an American citizen, if it is the basis of contract, any amount for performing rights or the right to repeat anything?