HC Deb 14 April 1964 vol 693 c281
Motion made, and Question,
- (a) the rate of excise duty on hydrocarbon oils produced in the United Kingdom shall be increased so as to equal the rate at which the customs duty on hydrocarbon oils is for the time being chargeable, and the provisions of section 3 of the Finance Act 1950 fixing by reference to the rate of that excise duty the rate of the excise duty on petrol substitutes shall have effect accordingly; and
- (b) allowances under section 206 of the Customs and Excise Act 1952 on hydrocarbon oils delivered to a refinery and used therein shall cease to be payable.—[Mr. Maudling.]
put and agreed to.