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Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 1. — (Relief from Duty on Imported Goods.) (15 Jun 1966)

Mr David Howell: The Minister's remarks helped to clarify some facets of this incredibly obscure and complex Clause, but he said, rather revealingly, that this was part of a battery of aids which the Government were bringing to exporters. If this is part of the campaign to raise exports at this critical juncture, what an incredible place to hide it. It would be helpful if the Minister would say what part the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 1. — (Relief from Duty on Imported Goods.) (15 Jun 1966)

Mr David Howell: I thank my hon. Friend for reinforcing what has been said about the depressing position of exporters. Before we part with the Clause it would be interesting to know from the Government how they see this provision as part of their strategy and whether it is intended to supplement the rebate through the S.E.T., which will have a small effect in offsetting the damage which the S.E.T. will do to...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (9 May 1966)

Mr David Howell: I am grateful to you, Dr. Broughton, for my good fortune in catching your eye, and I ask the indulgence of the Committee as this is the first time I have spoken in this place. Many hon. Members will remember with affection my predecessor, Sir Richard Nugent, a wise, just and fair man. I believe I shall have the support of hon. Members on both sides of the Committee in saying that we wish...


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