§ 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.