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League of Nations and Abyssinia. (19 Dec 1935)

Mr Hugh Dalton: ...are collectively responsible for what has been done wrong. But His Majesty's Government remain, although one who was by no means its least ornament in the Cabinet has gone. We say that it is the duty of this House and the country to repudiate the terms proposed for a settlement of the dispute, terms which, as the Noble Lord who preceded me said, have shocked the conscience of the country....

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: (except clauses 4, 5, 20, 28, 57 to 77, 86, 111 and 282 to 289, and schedules 1, 3, 11, 12, 21 and 37 to 39) - Clause 84 - Charge to income tax by reference to enjoyment of property previously owned (18 May 2004)

Mr Howard Flight: ...Labour Government stealth tax offensive in the area of inheritance tax. I hope that they will be unable to pursue it beyond the next general election, but I am mindful that a subtle offensive on stamp duty revenues has increased them from £2.5 billion to £10 billion. The Paymaster General will be aware that the present standard practice is for spouses and partners each to make bequests...

Bills Presented: Defence Policy (28 Oct 1997)

Dr Norman Godman: ...genuine fears that those people have about their continued employment. I was pleased to hear the powerful statement by my hon. Friend the Minister of State concerning the Army's determination to stamp out the evils of bullying and sexual and racial discrimination and harassment. I certainly encountered those problems when I was a young soldier. I thought that some of the worst excesses...

Housing (2 Mar 1984)

Mr Chris Smith: ...very late and grudgingly come to accept that there is a need to abandon the conveyancing monopoly of solicitors, for example. They have not yet looked at Land Registry charges or the imposition of stamp duty. They have made no attempt to tackle the inequities of mortgage tax relief and to make it more attractive for young couples wanting to buy for the first time, and less of a gravy train...

Budget Resolutions - Income Tax (Charge) (30 Oct 2018)

Kirsty Blackman: ...should be held liable for tax fraud committed by their suppliers. Sometimes when people order a product from a well-known online retailer it is delivered from China with a customs declaration and a stamp that says “gift”. Large online retailers should be held responsible for ensuring that those who use their platform pay the correct customs duties. We also believe that in order to...

Orders of the Day — Supply. — [12th Allotted Day.]: War Office Circular. (29 May 1919)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: ...is to call for volunteers amongst the civilian population, and in some ways I am delighted that a middle-class union is being formed by certain hon. Members of this House for that end. It is the duty of the State to see that volunteer labourers are not interfered with. They may be called blacklegs and scabs, but I do not think anyone suggests actual physical violence towards them. If we...

Goods Made by Forced Labour. (21 Apr 1931)

Mr Oliver Locker-Lampson: ...in the case of Russia? The Cabinet may wish to keep friends with a Government in Russia which preaches the brotherhood of man with bombs and bullets. But that slavery has been proved, and it is the duty of every honest citizen to stamp it out. The conscience of the world is outraged by this horror. It is cowardly, it is un-English, it is caddish to encourage it one moment longer.

Orders of the Day — Clergy (Ordination) (17 Jul 1989)

Frank Field: ...a two-thirds majority in every House of Synod, we would hear much of that point in tonight's debate. Let me take the argument a step further, and ask how the measure will work in practice. We have duties in respect of our constituents. We should consider how Church authorities have already behaved to the House, through its Ecclesiastical Committee, before the Measure had gone through. The...

European Communities (Finance) Bill (4 Feb 2008)

Lord Waddington: ..., with his customary charm, has put such a gloss on events that it will take a little while to scrape off the coats of varnish and reveal the unvarnished truth. In plain language, the Bill puts the stamp of legality on a major betrayal of this country's interests. It seeks to legitimise the act of Tony Blair in surrendering a part of our rebate, which was protected by our veto and which no...

European Union (Implications of Withdrawal) Bill [HL] (8 Jun 2007)

the Earl of Liverpool: ...then. Some repetition will therefore be unavoidable, but I shall try to keep it to the minimum. One of the great benefits of conducting a cost-benefit analysis would be to place an authoritative stamp on many of the figures that have been doing the rounds of the Chamber today. It is in everyone's interest, Euro-phile and Euro-phobe alike, to do this. No one should have anything to fear...

Orders of the Day — Gaelic (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (13 Feb 1981)

Mr Donald Stewart: ...in that area, as I know from a visit that I made there two or three years ago. In the last century Gaelic went through a period of active hostility. School inspectors and others did their best to stamp it out. At that time, even the Established Church was in the ranks of the detractors. As Dr. John Lorne Campbell of Canna pointed out, the anti-Gaelic attitude was due to the opponents of...

Economy and Public Services (12 Feb 2003)

Gordon Brown: ...impact on the stock exchange that, far from being complacent, we have seen interest rates come down, and small business corporation tax has been cut to 19 per cent; this spring, we are abolishing stamp duty for property purchases in disadvantaged areas; and tomorrow, because I believe that a consensus can be reached on measures that will help Britain to make the most of opportunities when...

Orders of the Day — FACTORIES BILL [Lords] (2 Jul 1948)

Mr Joseph Sparks: ...in regard to co-operation with a local authority. This is very important, because local authorities have their own health departments, sanitary inspectors and medical officers of health, and their duties must be tied up with those of the factory inspectorate, I do not know to what extent factory inspectors co-operate with local authorities on questions affecting the health and sanitary...

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....

36. Stamp Duty Land Tax (Relief for First-Time Buyers): Interpretation (28 Nov 2017)

...110(6) of that Act, (d) paragraph 15 of Schedule 9 to that Act, and (e) section 6 of the Finance Act 2010. (7) In Schedule 2 to the Wales Act 2014 (amendments relating to the disapplication of UK stamp duty land tax in relation to Wales), after paragraph 9 insert— “9A (1) Paragraph 6 of Schedule 6ZA (relief for first-time buyers: definition of “first-time buyer”) is amended as...

[Mr James Gray in the Chair] — Green Deal (22 Jan 2015)

Tim Yeo: ...evidence was produced by the Committee on Climate Change about changes in the habits of new car buyers. In response to quite modest incentives and differentials in the road tax or vehicle excise duty charged on different types of vehicle, there was a surprisingly large shift towards the purchase of low-consumption vehicles. Even though the cost of running a car might be £2,000 or £3,000...

Orders of the Day — Airways Corporations Bill (29 Jun 1949)

Mr George Lindgren: ...other property or rights to B.O.A.C., and the latter Corporation is empowered to undertake any liabilities and obligations of B.S.A.A., in both cases without consideration and without payment of Stamp Duty. The second stage is reached when my noble Friend is satisfied that the transfers of overseas rights and liabilities have been effectively carried out, when he may by Statutory...

Afghanistan (20 Mar 2002)

Peter Tapsell: ..., and I can tell hon. Members that it animates their policy. They are determined to get revenge, and I have no doubt that they will do so. I fully support the United States in its desire to stamp out international terrorism. However, that is not to say that we should not, in our cool, British way, consider the situation as it develops and make quite certain that each step down the road is...

Orders of the Day — Regulation of Financial Services (Land Transactions) Bill (23 Jun 2005)

Des Browne: ...activity of those schemes and no doubt its advice to Ministers will be forthcoming in due course. The hon. Gentleman asked about facilitating Islamic home finance, with reference to the effect of stamp duty. The Government's policy is overtly to tax Islamic financial products on a level playing field with conventional equivalents where it is practicable to do so. The hon. Gentleman...

Copyright Act 1956 (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Amendment of Section 21 of 1956 C. 74 (9 Jul 1982)

Mr Iain Sproat: ...they are doing wrong. Perhaps there are some innocents about. My hon. Friend mentioned the village hall. However, in general, the people involved are criminals and should be treated as such. The duty of the House and of the police is to stamp out this crime. We must not underestimate it. One hears stories about the Mafia being involved and how drug rings are funded by sales of violent...


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