HC Deb 22 June 1950 vol 476 c137W
63. Mr. Gammans

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many persons, in the four months ending 30th April, 1930, volunteered information against British subjects suspected of committing currency offences; how much was paid to these persons; and how many of them were foreigners.

Mr. Gaitskell

Five people, two of them foreigners, volunteered to give information about suspected offences against the Exchange Control Act; but in none of these cases was the information supplied of such value as to merit a reward.