§ 46. Mr. LAMBERT
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the meat importing firms that have agreed at the request of the Government to limit South American meat imports are domiciled in Great Britain and subject to British taxation?
I regret that I cannot supply my right hon. Friend with this information. In accordance with their invariable practice, the Board of Inland Revenue are precluded from disclosing any particulars which would indicate the Income Tax position of particular concerns.
§ Mr. LAMBERT
Will the right hon. Gentleman look into this matter and see if the foreign meat importing companies pay their fair share of British taxation?