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Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Bradford Stamp Office (19 Nov 1946)

Mr William Hall: Yes, Sir. But my right hon. Friend regrets that the amount of stamp duty work in Bradford does not justify an office there.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (19 May 1947)

Mr Hugh Dalton: It is not intended that the Stamp Duty should fall upon those co-partnership shares. Perhaps we can pursue that better in Committee. It is not intended that they should be subject at all to this tax.

Orders of the Day — Solicitors, Public Notaries, etc., Bill (20 Jan 1949)

Mr Hartley Shawcross: I hesitate to answer that question because I have not all the information before me, but I do not think journalists pay any Stamp Duty, nor do dramatic critics.

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Abolition of stamp duty and consequential amendments.) (1 Feb 1949)

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Abolition of stamp duty and consequential amendments.)

Stamp Duties (6 Apr 1949)

Stamp Duties

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Contributions (Prosecutions) (5 Jul 1949)

Mr James Griffiths: The number of inspectors appointed is 764. The checking of stamp contributions is only one among many duties carried out by these officers. The number of prosecutions instituted since 5th July, 1948, for failure to pay contributions, including contributions due under the former Insurance schemes, is 320.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Houses (Sale Prices) (12 Jul 1949)

Mr Hector Hughes: Does not my right hon. and learned Friend think that this problem might at least be mitigated by some differential form of Stamp Duty? Is he aware that it has become a national scandal?

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government and Planning: Farm Workers' Houses (Development Charges) (3 Jul 1951)

Mr Hugh Dalton: The payment of development charge is postponed while the house is occupied by a farm worker. If it ceases to be so occupied, the charge becomes payable. In order to postpone the charge, a stamp duty of 6d. is payable.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Private Enterprise Construction (1 May 1956)

Mr Duncan Sandys: The last positive step taken by the Government in this connection was to reduce Stamp Duty on the purchase of new houses.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Home Ownership (5 Mar 1957)

Mr Peter Thorneycroft: I wish to encourage home ownership so far as I can do so within the bounds of present credit policy. The reduction in the Stamp Duty on house purchase which was announced in the last Budget is evidence of the Government's attitude in this matter.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Iron and Steel Companies (Sale) (28 Mar 1957)

Mr Nigel Birch: The right hon. Member for Vauxhall (Mr. G. R. Strauss) was referring not to money paid out in shares but to money paid out in Stamp Duty and various other things.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Receipts (Stamps) (13 May 1958)

Mr Edward Du Cann: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer when the discussions between the Inland Revenue and the Post Office regarding the amount to be paid over by the Post Office in respect of 2d. receipt stamp-duty will be completed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Envelopes (Standard Size) (9 Jul 1958)

Mr Arthur Tiley: asked the Postmaster-General if he will consider introducing a standard size envelope and encourage its general use by giving it a reduction in postage stamp duty.

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