§ 69. Major NATHAN
asked the Secretary for Mines the average charge at the latest convenient date upon a ton of coal raised in Great Britain for royalties and for wayleaves?
§ Mr. SHINWELL
The average charge per ton of saleable coal raised in Great Britain for royalties and wayleaves during the quarter ended 30th June, 1930, was 5.49d.
§ Mr. MACQUISTEN
Does not most of that money find its way into the pockets of the Chancellor of the Exchequer as duties on mineral rights?