§ 68. Sir JOHN MARRIOTT
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether complaints have been brought to his notice of the inconvenience caused to small investors by the discontinuance of the practice of repaying Income Tax by Post Office money orders; what were the reasons for the discontinuance; and whether, in the case of repayments under £10, the former practice could be resumed?
Though I would gladly inquire into any particular case which the hon. Member has in mind, I understand that complaints upon this matter have been exceedingly rare. For the rest I would refer the hon. Member to the reply which I gave to the hon. Member for Carlisle on the 27th February last. I am sending him a copy of that reply.