§ Mr. Armstrong
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is making any fresh appointments to the Advisory Panel which advises him on the administration of Section 468 of the Income Tax Act, 1952.
The right hon. Lord Kennet, G.B.E., who has acted as Chairman, and Sir Bernhard Binder, F.C.A., and Sir Kenneth Swan, Q.C., who have served as members of the Advisory Panel since it was set up in 1951 have recently retired from the panel. I welcome this opportunity to express my thanks to them for the valuable advice which they have given throughout this period to my predecessors and myself. The membership of the panel from today will be90WSir James Millard Tucker, Q.C. (Chairman).Mr. A. H. Carnwath.Sir William Carrington, F.C.A.
of hydrocarbon oils retained for home consumption during the year ended 31st March, 1959, and the net amount received in respect of duty thereon, showing, in particular, the amounts received in respect of motor spirit and heavy oils used as fuel in road vehicles.