Exemptions and Reliefs

Part of Clause 2 – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 3rd December 1968.

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Photo of Dr Michael Winstanley Dr Michael Winstanley , Cheadle 12:00 am, 3rd December 1968

Will the Financial Secretary clarify his explanation of subsection (2), which says: No import deposit shall be payable, in the case of a person entering the United Kingdom, in respect of any of his personal effects, whether or not carried with him or contained in his accompanied baggage. What about goods whether or not carried with him or contained in his accompanied baggage which are not personal effects? It is a double definition. What are personal effects, and what are household goods?