§ Mr. HAROLD COX
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he proposes to insert in the Finance Bill any definition of the word "building," and which of the following structures constitutes a building for the purposes of Clause 10 of the Bill—a weaving-shed, a cow-shed, a greenhouse, a carpenter's-shed, a smithy, and a creamery?
§ Mr. HOBHOUSE
The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. As regards the second part, I may point out that the question as to what is a "building" must always be a matter of degree and circumstances.
§ Mr. W. W. ASHLEY
If the Bill becomes law can the right hon. Gentleman say who will decide what will be the definition of what these buildings are?