Results 221–240 of 300 for stamp duty

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Relief from capital and transfer stamp duty in case of reconstructions or amalgamations of companies.) (18 Jul 1927)

New Clause. — (Relief from capital and transfer stamp duty in case of reconstructions or amalgamations of companies.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of 8 and 9 Geo. V., c. 15.) (18 Jul 1927)

Mr Robert Bourne: ...House for the form in which this Clause appears, but I found it almost impossible to draft a Clause which would be in Order and, at the same time, intelligible. The effect would be to reduce the Stamp Duty on cheques from 2d. to 1d. I have brought the Clause forward because I feel that this question has been stimulated this year by the proposed act of the Midland Bank in introducing...

Office of Works and Public Buildings.: Clause 33. — (Provisions for preventing avoidance of Super-tax by sale cum dividend, etc.) (19 Jul 1927)

Mr Winston Churchill: ...ordinary traders. The active flow and movement of our markets and exchanges in London and the provinces is a matter of great public importance. It inures to the advantage of the revenue through the Stamp Duty, and, generally, all this vast higgling of the market, inspired though it may be to a large extent by speculation, tends to the higher refinement of business and the more exact...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (22 Jul 1927)

Sir George Gillett: ...£5,000,000 being given in relief of Income Tax; or a return to the penny postage, the return to the penny postage would have been far more beneficial to the business community. A reduction of the Stamp Duty on cheques to 1d. would have been more helpful than a reduction in Income Tax. When the Tory Government became philanthropic, and introduced widows' pensions, again they missed the...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill.: Clause 5. — (Amendment as to statutory conditions for receipt of benefit.) (28 Nov 1927)

Mr Luke Thompson: ...recognised in our Debate. Under the eight contributions, the general position is that a man has to have eight contributions in conjunction with a reasonable period of work and if he gets eight stamps for eight weeks he may be turned down because that is not a reasonable period of work. In the rota committees generally, the decision is that to qualify for eight contributions a person should...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill.: Clause 5. — (Amendment as to statutory conditions for receipt of benefit.) (30 Nov 1927)

Mr Arthur Hayday: ...Member, but to the hon. Member for West Walthamstow (Mr. Crawfurd). The fact does remain that there are a large number of men, physical wrecks, ex-service men without pensions, who cannot get a stamp qualification, who cannot be absorbed into industry, and their chances of obtaining a military pension for their disability has gone with the lapse of time; but, nevertheless, with the advance...

Private Business. (2 Dec 1927)

Perth County Buildings Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties],

Perth County Buildings Order Confirmation. [Stamp Duties.] (5 Dec 1927)

Perth County Buildings Order Confirmation. [Stamp Duties.]

Private Business. (6 Dec 1927)

Perth County Buildings Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties],

Private Business.: PERTH COUNTY BUILDINGS ORDER CONFIRMATION BILL (by Order). (7 Dec 1927)

Mr James Hope: ...thereof the words "be committed to a Committee of the Whole House." It is necessary to take this course in order to give effect to the Resolution passed by the House waiving a certain charge of Stamp Duty. I hope the House will pass this Motion now, and I will then take the Committee stage with other items of Private Business to-morrow night.

Private Business.: Heriot-Watt College and George Heriot's Trust Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties]. (7 Dec 1927)

Heriot-Watt College and George Heriot's Trust Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties].

Private Business. (8 Dec 1927)

Heriot-Watt College and George Heriot's Trust Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties].

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill.: Clause 5. — (Amendment as to statutory conditions for receipt of benefit.) (8 Dec 1927)

Mr George Buchanan: ...OFFICIAL REPORT and I find that the hon. Member for Sunderland (Mr. L. Thompson), the hon. Member for White-haven (Mr. R. Hudson) and other hon. Members joined in asking for a reduction of the 30 stamps to 20. The hon. Member for Leith (Mr. E. Brown) asked for a reduction to 15, the hon. Member for North Battersea (Mr. Saklatvala) asked for five, and the hon. Member for West Willesden (Mr....

Private Business. (9 Dec 1927)

Heriot-Watt College and George Heriot's Trust Order Confirmation [Stamp Duties]

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Army Supplementary Estimate, 1927. (14 Dec 1927)

Mr Godfrey Locker-Lampson: ...not have to make a speech at all, that the Debate would be restricted within rather narrower limits, but various questions have been put to the Foreign Office, and, therefore, I feel it is my duty to deal with them as shortly as possible. I am very glad the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Carnarvon Boroughs (Mr. Lloyd George) came into the House and contributed the few remarks he did,...

Private Business.: London, Midland, and Scottish Railway (Road Transport) Bill. (28 Feb 1928)

Sir Joseph Lamb: ...regard to the provisions of the Bill. I am compelled, as I have already suggested, to rely very largely upon what has been written about it. I propose to refer to two statements made by Sir Josiah Stamp. I take it that no one will question his right to speak for the railways, and, consequently, whatever he says I am entitled to view as being said with authority. At the annual meeting of...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment. (27 Mar 1928)

Mr Arthur Hayday: ...will follow by saying that I have no reason to doubt but that the vast majority of the staffs employed, when one considers the circumstances under which they are called upon to carry out their duties, are very valuable servants and anxious to do all they possibly can. I must say, however, there is a proportion of the staff who are unsuitable for their duties, either because of their lack...

Poor Law Relief. (5 Apr 1928)

Mr George Lansbury: ...but the wife and children must receive it outside. It is because I believe that that is the policy which is going to be enforced by the auditor, I think quite illegally—I do not think it is his duty to lay down the form of relief—that I bring the matter before the notice of the right hon. Gentleman. It may be the duty of the auditor to call in question relief after it has been given,...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: Edinburgh Corporation Bill. (19 Apr 1928)

Sir Patrick Ford: ...their case, I think I might state what seem to me to be the reasons why we are entitled to ask for a Second Reading of the Bill. Its object has nothing to do with moral or social problems. It is to stamp out disease, and the power of some form of compulsion is sought to deal with what we might call the dead end of cases, which for some years have remained steadily at between 900 and 1,000....


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