§ 39. Mr. A. Lewis
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will publish a table of figures showing the amount of annual reduction in Income Tax and Surtax paid in the year 1958–59, as compared with 1951–52, for a married man with two children in the following wage and salary scales: £400 per annum, £500 per annum, £1,000 per annum, £2,000 per annum, £5,000 per annum, and £10,000 per annum.
§ Sir E. Boyle
try to Dorset, in view of increasing unemployment there caused by decreased defence expenditure and the difficulties of existing industries.
§ Mr. Erroll
No special steps are being taken to attract industry to Dorset, where I am glad to say the level of unemployment is no higher than the national average.