§ Mr. THOMAS RICHARDSON
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he can state, after excluding royalties, rents, and wayleaves paid to landlords, and profits arising from steel, iron, foundries, brick, and by-product works carried on by colliery companies, but including royalties, etc., owned by coal-mining concerns, the profits arising from collieries treated for Income Tax purposes as subsidiary businesses; Schedule A, assessments on coalmining concerns; Schedule B, assessments on coal-mining concerns; Schedule E, assessments on coal-mining concerns, so far as such represent profits and not directors' fees, etc.; and income received by coal-mining concerns on which tax had already been paid at the source?
§ Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
I cannot, I regret, furnish the information which would appear to be now required by the hon. Member without knowledge of the figures which I stated in my answer to his questons on the 14th instant were not available.