§ Mr. Freud
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer further to his answer to the hon. Member for Isle of Ely, Official Report, 9 December, c. 620, whether he will now give the weekly pay as you earn tax for a married man with three children earning (a) the national average wage, (b) 80 per cent. (c) 120 per cent. and (d) 150 per cent. of that wage (i) at the latest available date, (ii) in December 1980 211W and (iii) in December 1978; and whether he will also express the wage levels and tax levels in real terms in each case.
§ Mr. Woolmer
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) in what way he will be able to account to hon. Members and to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration in cases relating to the past tax affairs of individuals under the new system of dealing with pay as you earn files currently the subject of a feasibility exercise in certain tax districts;
(2) if, under the new method of dealing with pay as you earn files currently the subject of a feasibility exercise in certain tax districts, he is satisfied that individual taxpayers will be able to obtain from the Inland Revenue details of their past claims to personal reliefs;
(3) if the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration responded to the consultancy exercise on the implementation of the Bray report on pay as you earn files; what matters were raised by him; and what reply was sent by the Board of Inland Revenue;
(4) how many responses were received to the consultancy exercise carried out by the Board of Inland Revenue on the implementation of the Bray report on pay as you earn files; and if he will list the respondents in the Official Report.