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Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Medicine Stamp Duty. (19 Jun 1941)

Mr Thomas Horabin: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is aware that, in proposing to repeal the Medicine Stamp Duties, his predecessor was influenced by the action threatened by Messrs. Woolworth for illegal administration of the duties; and whether, as an alternative to repeal, he will consider the introduction of a Bill to legalise any such administration?

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement: Profits Tax (15 Apr 1947)

These three sets of changes in the Inland Revenue field—the increases in the Legacy and Succession duties, Stamp Duties and Profits Tax—all taken together, will provide a net gain to the Exchequer of £54 million in a full year and £18 million this year.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Stamp Duty (Property Transfers) (5 Feb 1952)

Sir Frank Medlicott: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he is aware that the rate of 2 per cent. stamp duty on the transfer of property bears heavily on people purchasing houses; and if he will take steps to reduce the duty to the former rate of 1 per cent.

Revenue in 1953–54 (14 Apr 1953)

I estimate the yield of Death Duties to be £160 million and of Stamp Duties to be £52 million compared with £152 million and £50 million respectively in 1952–53.

Orders of the Day — Chevening Estate Bill: Clause 2. — (Provisions as to Income Tax, Estate Duty and Stamp Duty.) (26 Jun 1959)

Clause 2. — (Provisions as to Income Tax, Estate Duty and Stamp Duty.)

Orders of the Day — Budget Statement: 26. Incidental and Consequential Charges (Income Tax, Estate Duty and Stamp Duties). (3 Apr 1963)

26. Incidental and Consequential Charges (Income Tax, Estate Duty and Stamp Duties).

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Local Authorities, Scotland (Stamp Duty) (3 Dec 1963)

Mr Cyril Bence: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what was the amount collected in Stamp Duty from local authorities in Scotland in 1962–63; and if he will abolish these duties.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Rent Payments (Receipts) (12 Jul 1966)

Mr Peter Doig: Is my hon. and learned Friend aware that rent books are the only receipts which most people have and that this Answer is making Stamp Duty a voluntary duty which they can please themselves whether they pay or not?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (8 May 1978)

(Clause No. 11; new Clauses relating to stamp duty on house purchase, indexation for capital gains tax deferred payment of duty on whisky or interest on repayments of overpaid tax.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (10 May 1978)

(Clause No. 11; new clauses relating to stamp duty on house purchase, indexation for capital gains tax, deferred payment of duty on whisky or interest on repayments of overpaid tax.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (16 May 1978)

(Clause No. 11; new clauses relating to stamp duty on house purchase, indexation for capital gains tax, deferred payment of duty on whisky or interest on repayments of overpaid tax.)

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation: 46. Stamp Duty (Abolition of Unit Trust Instrument Duty) (21 Mar 1988)

46. Stamp Duty (Abolition of Unit Trust Instrument Duty)

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Taxes (7 Jun 1990)

Mr Norman Lamont: Five: the investment income surcharge, the national insurance surcharge, development land tax, tax on lifetime gifts and capital duty. Moreover, in his 1990 Budget, my right hon. Friend announced the abolition of stamp duty on share transactions from late 1991–92 and the abolition of composite rate tax.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Taxes (Abolition) (13 Feb 1992)

Mr David Mellor: We have abolished six taxes—investment income surcharge, national insurance surcharge, development land tax, the tax on lifetime gifts, capital duty and composite rate tax. We plan to abolish a seventh—stamp duty on shares.

Schedule 2: Excepted Matters (30 Jul 1998)

Paul Murphy: I beg to move amendment No. 54, in page 40, line 8, leave out from 'whole,' to end of line 14 and insert 'stamp duty levied in Northern Ireland before the appointed day and taxes substantially of the same character as that duty'. This is a simple, technical amendment, and I ask the House to accept it

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: (Except Clauses 1, 4, 5, 9, 14, 22, 42, 56, 57, 124, 130 to 135, 138, 139, 148 and 184 and Schedules 5, 6, 19 and 25, and any new Clauses and Schedules tabled by Friday 9th May 2003 relating to excise duty on spirits or R&D tax credits for oil exploration.) - Schedule 8 - Stamp duty land tax: charities relief (10 Jun 2003)

...Clauses 1, 4, 5, 9, 14, 22, 42, 56, 57, 124, 130 to 135, 138, 139, 148 and 184 and Schedules 5, 6, 19 and 25, and any new Clauses and Schedules tabled by Friday 9th May 2003 relating to excise duty on spirits or R&D tax credits for oil exploration.) - Schedule 8 - Stamp duty land tax: charities relief

Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duty (24 May 2004)

Tom Watson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much has been saved by housebuyers in stamp duty exempt areas as a result of not having to pay the duty, broken down by local authorities in England.

Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duty/Air Passenger Duty (22 Mar 2005)

Dr Jenny Tonge: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much revenue was raised by (a) stamp duty on the purchase of residential properties and (b) air passenger duty on commercial flights departing from a UK airport in each tax year from 1994–95 to 2003–04.


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