Former MP, Woolwich West
An employer's contributions to schemes for the welfare of his employees normally rank as a deduction in computing his profits for taxation purposes, provided that such contributions are not unreasonable in amount. I see no reason for discriminating against schemes in which these contributions are made in order to supplement employees' purchases of National Savings Certificates. I agree,...
I will draw the attention of the savings committees to the Questions and answers that have been given in the House to-day.
In view of the progress of the valuation programme, the time has come for the Coal Commission to raise a substantial part of the money required for the compensation of the previous owners of the coal. In accordance with the provisions of the Coal Act, 1938, and of the Coal Commission Borrowing and Stock Regulations, 1942, the Coal Commission on 4th August, 1943, with the approval of the...
Former MP for Woolwich West
Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 21 September 1943 — Died
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