HC Deb 23 November 1979 vol 974 c402W
Mr. Austin Mitchell

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how the rate of growth in the United Kingdom in each year since 1970 compares with that of the Republic of Ireland; and what were the respective increases in the money supplies.

Mr. Biffen

Figures for growth in the United Kingdom were included in the answer I gave the hon. Member on 16 November. The remaining figures are set out below.—[Vol. 973, c.810–812.]

as cash cheque or credit to a National Giro account.

Mr. Peter Rees

For reasons of security and economy, repayments of tax are normally made by crossed payable orders which the payee is able to pay into his National Giro account if he wishes. Alternatively, he may request that the repayment be made direct to his National Giro account.