§ Mr. Georgeasked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) in national insurance contritions, and (c) in all reductions, from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years, and two over 11 years, earnings £750 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices;

(2) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years and two over 11 years, earning £500 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices;

(3) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years and two over 11 years, earning £10,000 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices;

(4) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years and two over 11 years, earning £6,000 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices;

(5) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) in national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions, from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married 462W couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years and two over 11 years, earning £2,000 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices;

(6) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) in national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions, from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years, and two over 11 years, earning £4,000 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could be expressed at 1945 prices;

(7) what was the amount of income taken (a) in income tax and surtax, (b) in national insurance contributions, and (c) in all deductions, from (1) a single person, (2) a married couple, (3) a married couple with two children aged under 11 years, (4) a married couple with four children, two aged under 11 years and two over 11 years, earning £1,000 a year in 1945, 1950, 1955, 1960 and each year since 1964; and if these sums could also be expressed at 1945 prices.

§ Mr. Robert SheldonI have written to my hon. Friend.