Select Committee on Treasury Minutes of Evidence

Examination of Witnesses (Questions 140-141)


20 MARCH 2007

  Q140  Mr Gauke: But far as concerns denial of information as an instrument of power, do you recognise that as something which the Chancellor ever used?

  Lord George: I do not think I would, but, as the Chairman said on the radio this morning, you would have to ask Andrew Turnbull about it.

  Q141  Chairman: He has gone to ground. Lord George, thankfully you have not gone to ground. This session has been hugely helpful and we are privileged that you have come along to give evidence. Thank you very much for presenting it to us.

  Lord George: It has been a great pleasure. It is quite like old times, Chairman.

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