HC Deb 10 August 1920 vol 133 c228
63. Mr. LYNN

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been directed to the orders issued by the Sinn Fein leaders that no more Income Tax is to be paid in the South and West of Ireland; whether he can state if the Sinn Fein orders are being enforced; and what steps the British Government is taking to collect the tax?


I am not aware of any general refusal to pay Income Tax, but my hon. Friend may rest assured that all possible steps will be taken to make the collection effective.

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