Churn Labels (Purchase Tax).

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance. – in the House of Commons on 16th December 1941.

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Photo of Captain Harry Crookshank Captain Harry Crookshank , Gainsborough

I assume that my hon. and gallant Friend is referring to labels attached to milk churns and containing the name of the consignee. These labels have been liable to Purchase Tax since the commencement of the tax. There is no reason to believe that the amount of tax involved has any material effect on the production price of milk.