§ 46. Sir Robert Young
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will consider the position of those receiving 1568 an allowance for maintenance of dependent relatives in view of the increase of pensions given to widows to 26s. per week so that the full relief of £50 will not be impaired.
§ 52 and 58. Mr. J. E. Haire
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) whether he will exempt all craft used for pleasure purposes, such as dinghies and canoes, from Purchase Tax;
(2) whether, in view of the fact that caravans are now exempt from Purchase Tax, he will extend such exemption to other camping equipment.
§ 53. Colonel Gomme-Duncan
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will now remove or reduce the rate of Purchase Tax on damask goods in order to bring them into line with recent adjustments for utility goods of a similar kind.