HC Deb 15 November 1951 vol 493 cc58-9W
74. Mr. Finlay

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether lie will grant facilities for duty-free parcels to be sent by men on active service in Korea.

Mr. Boyd-Carpenter

The men on active service in Korea, in common with all troops serving abroad, are allowed to send home presents other than tobacco, scent and liquor to the value of 10s. free of customs charges. Gift food parcels weighing not more than 22 lb. are also admitted duty free.