HC Deb 30 March 1925 vol 182 cc943-4
77. Sir F. WISE

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether any complaints have been received as to the inadequacy of the arrangements which exist at the Inland Revenue Office at Telegraph Street, E.C., for the examination of documents for stamp duty purposes; whether he is aware that the congestion of work there causes the greatest inconvenience and delay to business houses in the City of London; and whether he will undertake immediate inquiries in the matter with a view to offering better facilities?


My attention had not been previously directed to the alleged inadequacy of the arrangements at this office. I will, however, cause inquiry to be made, and will communicate the results to my hon. Friend in due course.