§ 33. Sir I. Fraser
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will consider implementing the recommendation contained in paragraph 203 of the Second Report of the Royal Commission on the Taxation of Profits and Income in favour of a claim for a tax allowance for grave incapacity.
§ 29. Mr. Peter Freeman
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he 2261 will consider, in his forthcoming Budget proposals, a relief whereby totally disabled persons may receive some extra income tax allowances as proposed by the Royal Commission on Taxation in its recent Report, Command Paper No. 9105.
§ Mr. H. Brooke
My right hon. Friend will be considering this and the other recommendations in the Royal Commission's Second Report when framing his Budget proposals.
§ Sir I. Fraser
While a very few people receive what is called an attendance allowance, which goes some way towards meeting this point, would my hon. Friend bear in mind that practically all disabled or hurt people suffer daily disadvantages from their disabilities and yet get no help in this respect? Would he take that into account?
§ Mr. Brooke
I can but repeat what I said before, that my right hon. Friend will study very carefully the arguments used in the Report of the Royal Commission on this and all its other recommendations, but I can say nothing more than that.