I hardly think it necessary to take this course. It certainly would be most unusual. The Clauses in the Finance Bill follow the customary form, and I am not aware of any precedent for attempting to draft them in non-technical language. I shall be ready, of course, to explain them in the ordinary manner when they are reached in Debate.
That goes rather beyond what my right hon. Friend said. At any rate, all these circumstances were taken into consideration by my right hon. Friend when drafting his answer.