Results 141–160 of 300 for stamp duty

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (27 May 1924)

Mr Ellis Davies: ...been a Radical for a good many years, and there is not much doubt about my Radicalism. Hon. Members opposite suggest that by doing away with indirect taxation and by relieving the poor man of the duties on tea and sugar it might lead the way to an uneconomic use of the tax. But hon. Members who say that must surely have forgotten that Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman once stated that a quarter...

Adjournment of the House (Whitsuntide).: Education (Wales). (6 Jun 1924)

Sir Rhys Morris: ..., and made no attempt to fill the post, although probably he more than anyone else in the Government was responsible for the creation of the Welsh Department of the Board of Education. It bears the stamp of the right hon. Gentleman's work, because it is a com- promised Department, and like all compromises it has never worked satisfactorily. No one wanted it and no one asked for it, but the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 25. — (Termination of Corporation Profits Tax.) (2 Jul 1924)

CLAUSE 26 (Exemption from Stamp Duty on receipts for salaries, wages, and superannuation end other like allowances) ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Repeal of s. 36 of 8 and 9 Geo. V, c. 15.) (8 Jul 1924)

Mr John Dunn: I beg to move, "That the Clause be read a Second time." The effect of this Clause would be to reduce the Stamp Duty from 2d. to 1d. This is a reform long overdue, the desirability of which is frequently lost sight of owing to our familiarity with the stamp as it exists to-day. The revenue from the Stamp Duty on cheques is £3,050,000. In reply to a question which I addressed to the Chancellor...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment as to Stamp Duty on leases of certain dwelling- houses.) (8 Jul 1924)

New Clause. — (Amendment as to Stamp Duty on leases of certain dwelling- houses.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of Rule 8 of NO. V. in Schedule A.) (15 Jul 1924)

Mr James Hope: very rightly solicitous about the increase the revenue. But in the case quoted, of a man who makes a large capital expenditure, and sells a house, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has the Stamp Duty, and when an increased rent is finally obtained.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (23 Jul 1924)

Mr Fredric Wise: ...if you do you get your currency against you, and your commodities will cost you more. There is one point I would like to mention to the Financial Secretary to the Treasury with regard to the stamp duties. Last year I raised the question of the stamp duties on foreign loans. The stamp duty at the present time is 2 per cent., and it brings in about £1,150,000 a year in revenue. I contend...

Orders of the Day — Irish Free State (Confirmation of Agreement) Bill. (1 Oct 1924)

Hon. Charles Craig: I think I am right in saying that the speech to which we have just listened was a maiden speech, and, in that case, the duty falls upon me to congratulate the hon. Member on what has been a very welcome and most interesting speech. Unfortunately, I do not agree with it all, but it very rarely happens that a Member on the opposite side of the House does agree with the speech of an opponent. I...

Orders of the Day — China Indemnity (Application) Bill.: Subversive Propaganda (Great Britain and the Empire.) (3 Mar 1925)

Mr Geoffrey Peto: ...inconsistency of this comrade. He said at Hull in September last: International anti-war days must be used in every village, town, and city to create positive detestation and hatred of war. … Our duty is to proclaim that we dare to refuse to associate with war movements and war preparations. And yet in Moscow in I November this same Mr. Purcell attended a review of the Red Cavalry held...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1924–25.: Blackmail. (10 Mar 1925)

Mr George Buchanan: ...and take a keen interest in prison administration. I always found that the blackmailer was a man whom you very rarely caught. I am not sure that if you increase the punishment to flogging you would stamp out blackmailing. The crimes in question do not lend themselves to prosecution at all. There is only one thing to hope for. I think that the great thing is to go back to education, to an...

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Stamp Duties (Transfers of Securities). (18 Mar 1925)

Stamp Duties (Transfers of Securities).

Oral Answers to Questions — Loans to Farmers. (24 Mar 1925)

In addition to the above fees, the applicants shall pay the Stamp Duty, counsel's fees (if any), and other disbursements incurred by the Loan Commissioners in respect of the several applications.

Oral Answers to Questions — Stamp Duty Office (Telegraph Street, E.C.). (30 Mar 1925)

Oral Answers to Questions — Stamp Duty Office (Telegraph Street, E.C.).

Orders of the Day — Co-Partnership Bill. (3 Apr 1925)

Sir Basil Peto: ...Clauses 3 and 4 we put in this Bill two methods by which the Government can give a direct encouragement to companies to adopt co-partner-ship. Clause 3 provides for a reduction of Income Tax and Stamp Duties to companies adopting co-partnership schemes, and Clause 4 gives a preference to co-partnership companies in allocation of Government and other contracts. It may be said as far as...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Revenue, 1924-25. (28 Apr 1925)

...,000 below the Budget estimate. On the other hand, beer has advanced by £1,000,000, and small surpluses have accrued on wine, liquor licences and entertainments. The great remission of the Sugar Duty which the right hon. Gentleman made last year has fully reached the consumer, but the remission which he made on tea has been almost entirely extinguished by larger price movements in the...

Amendment of Law. (29 Apr 1925)

Sir Albert Bennett: ...Preference, the Protectionist got a sop and the Free Trader got something to talk about. But I reserved my greatest admiration for the fact that the Chancellor did not even 'forget the Death Duty payer. He can now congratulate himself more than ever that he is dead, and all the time the Chancellor was ingeniously taking from our left pocket what he was putting into our right. I think that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Entertainments Duty Stamps. (4 May 1925)

Sir Lindsay Everard: 85. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he will take steps to make rolls of Entertainments Duty stamps available at post offices in those large towns which have no stamp office?

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