§ Mr. Gwynfor Evans
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what sum he estimates will be collected in Wales in selective employment tax during the first year of the tax; how much he expects to be repaid; and what are the comparable figures for England.
§ Mr. Diamond
£49 million in a full year. Premiums and refund payments for the same period are estimated at £41 million. The estimated figures for England are £977 million and £787 million respectively. These figures are necessarily approximate.
§ Mr. G. Campbell
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much he expects approximately to be collected in selective employment tax during the first year of 25W the tax, and how much he expects to be paid back in premiums and refunds, in the Highlands and Islands and the North-East of Scotland, respectively.
§ Mr. Hooson
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether any estimate has been made of the net revenue to the Exchequer on the instances of selective employment tax in the counties of Merioneth, Montgomery, Cardigan, Brecon, and Radnor, respectively.