HC Deb 05 February 1926 vol 191 cc504-5W
Colonel DAY

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if Le is aware that the producers' profits on an American-produced film entitled the Gold Rush, exhibited in this country during recent months, amount to a sum exceeding £180,000 in respect of British exhibitions alone; and if Income Tax is demanded from the American proprietors of this film on these profits?


I cannot of course disclose particulars of the tax liability of individual taxpayers, but the hon. and gallant Member may rest assured that the Board of Inland Revenue will take the appropriate steps to secure payment of any tax which is legally due in this case.

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