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Orders of the Day — CONSOLIDATED FUND (No.1) BILL.: National Expenditure. (24 Mar 1920)

Lord Hugh Cecil: .... It is a delusion to suppose that the poor people can escape suffering under high expenditure, because the expenditure in the first instance is defrayed by taxes on the rich, in Income Tax, Death Duties, and so on You cannot enable the great body of the working classes to escape the whole burden of national expenditure merely by putting taxation first of all upon the rich. In the end,...

Orders of the Day — Government of Ireland Bill. (29 Mar 1920)

Sir James Macpherson: ...to two matters which I will deal with later. It may consider any questions which appear in any way to bear upon the welfare of southern and northern Ireland, and make suggestions thereon. Its first duty is to take into consideration what Irish services ought in the common interest to be administered by a general body having jurisdiction over the people of Ireland, and what transferred...

Orders of the Day — Government of Scotland Bill. (16 Apr 1920)

Mr Joseph Johnstone: ...tax, provided that it is not substantially the same in character as an Imperial tax, subject, however, to certain limitations. The Scottish Parliament shall not have power to impose a Customs duty whether import or export, and shall not so vary a death duty as to impose the duty on the moveable property not being a leaseholder's or tenant's interest in land of any person domiciled in...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Inland Revenue Receipts. (19 Apr 1920)

Turning to the Inland Revenue, the receipts from that source show yields in excess of my Budget Estimate under every important head except Excess Profits Duty. The Income-tax and Super-tax realised £5,000,000 above the Estimate, principally owing to the very high level of profits in 1918–19. The Death Duties were estimated to produce £33,500,000 in view of the increase which I made in...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Customs and Excise. (19 Apr 1920)

Mr Frederick Banbury: ...pay what I venture to say—I know it is unpopular to say it, but I believe it to be absolutely true—is an exaggerated wage, which ought not to have been paid. I come to the question of the wine duties, about which I have not much to say, except that I am afraid they will not be very popular with our Allies. Then I would refer to the stamp duties. I would ask my right hon. Friend whether...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Stamps. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That twopence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on receipts.

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: STOCKS, MARKETABLE SECURITIES, &c. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That— (a)the stamp duties charged on conveyances or transfers of stocks and marketable securities, whether on sale or whether by way of voluntary disposition inter vivos, shall be double those now chargeable; and(b)the stamp duty charged under Section One hundred and fourteen of the Stamp Act, 1891, as extended by Section Thirty-nine of the Finance Act, 1894, and Section Five of...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Accident and Indemnity Policies. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, "That sixpence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on policies of insurance against accident and policies of insurance for any payment agreed to be made during the sickness of any person or during his incapacity from personal injury, or by way of indemnity against loss of or damage to any property, and that twenty-five pounds per centum shall be substituted for...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Policies of Sea Insurance. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That in lieu of the stamp duties chargeable on policies of sea insurance where the premium or consideration exceeds the rate of two shillings and sixpence per cent. of the sum insured, there shall be charged the following stamp duties, that is to say:—(a) For or upon any voyage—where the sum insured— s. d. does not exceed £250 0 3 exceeds £250 but does not exceed £500...

Orders of the Day — Budget Proposals — Amendment of Law. (20 Apr 1920)

Mr Herbert Asquith: ...allow me to say so, that his habitual austerity for a moment deserted him when he began to speak, in the sympathetic accents of an experienced family physician, of the demise of the Land Values Duty. It is much to be regretted that circumstances prevented the chief mourner from attending the obsequies, and that he should have been deprived, through no fault of his own, of the opportunity,...

Orders of the Day — Supply. [6TH Allotted Day.]: Civil Service and Revenue Departments Estimates, 1920-21, [Progress]. (22 Apr 1920)

..., although we are asking for rather more on the Vote, there is really a reduction in actual expenditure. The reduction would have been very much greater if it had not been for the very important duties of land settlement which had been put upon the Ministry by Parliament last year and which accounts for the very large increase of certain items of the Vote. The proper way to look at this...

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Receipts. (27 Apr 1920)

"10. That two pence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on receipts."

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Scrip Certificates. (27 Apr 1920)

"11. That two pence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on scrip certificates and similar documents."

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Stocks, Marketable Securities, &c. (27 Apr 1920)

"12. That— (a) the stamp duties charged on conveyances or transfers of stocks and marketable securities, whether on sale or whether by way of voluntary disposition inter vivos, shall be double those now chargeable; and1078(b) the stamp duty charged under Section One hundred and fourteen of the Stamp Act, 1891, as extended by Section Thirty-nine of the Finance Act, 1894, and Section Five of...

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Statements as to Capital of Companies. (27 Apr 1920)

"13. That as from the nineteenth day of April, nineteen hundred and twenty, the ad valorem stamp duty charged on statements of the nominal capital of any corporation or company, and on statements of the increase of any such capital, and on statements of the amounts contributed by a limited partner to a limited partnership, and on statements of any increase in any such amounts, shall be at the...

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Accident and Indemnity Policies. (27 Apr 1920)

"14. That sixpence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on policies of insurance against accident and policies of insurance for any payment agreed to be made during the sickness of any person or during his incapacity from personal injury, or by way of indemnity against loss of or damage to any property, and that twenty-five pounds per centum shall be substituted for five...

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Policies of Sea Insurance. (27 Apr 1920)

"15. That in lieu of the stamp duties Chargeable on policies of sea insurance where the premium or consideration exceeds the rate of two shillings and sixpence per cent. of the sum insured, there shall be charged the following stamp duties, that is to say:— (a) For or upon any voyage—where the sum insured— s. d. does not exceed £250 0 3 exceeds £250 but does not exceed £500...

Orders of the Day — Income Tax.: Ways and Means. [19TH April.] (27 Apr 1920)

Mr Frederick Banbury: I desire to oppose this tax which proposes to make the Stamp Duties on transfer of stock and on marketable securities double those now charged. The duty charged at the present time on the transfer of stock is ½ per cent. on the consideration money, and it is proposed to make it 1 per cent.; that is to say, if a person purchases any stock, he will have to pay to the Government, in addition to...

Orders of the Day — San Remo Conference.: Profiteering (Amendment) Bill. (29 Apr 1920)

Mr Noel Billing: ...Bill a year ago what would be the result, and it has proved to be substantially true. The various Committees which have been set up to administer the Profiteering Act have not even paid their stamp duties with their fines. They have not paid their postage with the fines they have inflicted. I do not know of any case where imprisonment has been imposed. I wonder how many hon. members really...


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