HC Deb 04 July 1986 vol 100 c660W
Mr. Faulds

asked the Minister for the Arts whether he will specify the allocations made to public institutions in the United Kingdom during the half-year ended 30 June of individual works of art and museum objects preeminent for national, scientific, historic and artistic interest which have been accepted in satisfaction of capital transfer tax, together with information, where applicable, as to the conditions or wishes expressed in the matter of allocation by testators and executors; and whether he will list the works of art and museum objects which are still awaiting allocation, with the respective dates of their acceptance in satisfaction of capital transfer tax.

Mr. Luce

[pursuant to his reply, 3 July 1986]: The information is as follows:

Mr. Parry

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the United Kingdom's relations with Guyana.

Mr. Renton

We enjoy good relations with Guyana and are represented by a high commissioner resident in Georgetown.

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