I beg to move amendment No. 14, in page 3, line 28, leave out paragraph (h).
This is again a probing amendment. Why is the phrase
''treated . . . in such other circumstances as may be prescribed''
included? It appears to be a woolly, catch-all addition, which again widens scope for wasted administrative costs and fraud. As we have said, the rules should be clear and there should be a requirement to stick to them. In essence, why is the paragraph included?