§ Mr. Malcolm Bruce
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many copies of Her Majesty's Treasury Budget Summary, "Budget 99, Building a Stronger Economic Future for Britain", have been(a) printed and 208W (b) sent out by his Department; what was the cost of (i) printing and (ii) postage to where they have been sent; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Dawn Primarolo
[holding answer 18 March 1999]: 1.5 million Budget summary leaflets have been printed and distributed at a cost of £100,000 for printing and postage.
§ Dawn Primarolo
[holding answer 18 March 1999]: The documents include the Budget 99 Report, the Budget 99 leaflet, a consultation document on the Climate Change Levy and the following Press Notices:
Code Document HMT 1 Budget 1999: A better deal for the people of Britain HMT 2 A better deal for enterprise and business HMT 3 A better deal for work HMT 4 Building a fairer society HMT 5 Biggest ever package of environmental tax reforms HMT 6 Climate change levy to encourage energy efficiency HMT 7 Reform of vehicle excise duty to protect the environment HMT 8 Reducing the environmental impact of quarrying HMT 9 Chancellor announces further reform of national insurance HMT 10 Review of charity taxation—consultation document published HMT 11 Promoting enterprise for all: a new employee share scheme HMT 12 £1.1 billion investment in key public services Inland Revenue IR 1 Reform of income tax rates and allowances IR 2 Withdrawal of mortgage interest relief IR 3 Better targeted support for vocational training IR 4 Improving the environment: major changes to the taxation of company cars IR 5 Help for Green transport IR 6 Tax boost to widen computer use IR 7 Burdensome tax charge on mobile telephones lifted IR 8 Pension schemes earnings cap IR 9 Fairer treatment for court common investment funds IR 10 Capital gains tax: rates and annual exempt amount IR 11 Capital gains of companies IR 12 Capital gains tax simplification: Lloyd's syndicate capacity IR 13 Inheritance tax: increase in threshold IR 14 Inheritance tax: better administration and collection IR 15 Stamp duty rates IR 16 Stamp duty: compliance and administration IR 17 Stamp duty: unit trusts and open-ended investment companies IR 18 A new all-employee share scheme IR 19 Help for small companies: new 10 per cent. starting rate of corporation tax IR 20 Encouragement for serial entrepreneurs and other investors in enterprise investment scheme (EIS) companies IR 21 Encouraging investment: first year allowances continue for small and medium-sized businesses IR 22 Cash flow savings for small employers increase in quarterly payments limit IR 23 North Sea fiscal regime technical measures IR 24 Tax relief for mobile phone licences
Code Document IR 25 Football clubs to get help with new accounting standard IR 26 Self assessment for companies: minor changes IR 27 Settlements and trusts for children IR 28 Inheritance tax: blocking tax avoidance IR 29 Capital gains of companies: sales of subsidiaries IR 30 Capital gains: abuse of concessions IR 31 Taxation of free standing AVC annuity payments IR 32 Taxation of reverse premiums IR 33 Petroleum revenue tax and North Sea corporation tax: anti-avoidance measures IR 34 Loophole closed in controlled foreign company rules IR 35 Countering avoidance in the provision of personal services Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise CW 1 New choice for taxpayers—returns via the Internet CW 3 Securing the tax base CW 2 Increased support for small businesses Customs and Excise C&E 1 Fairness for business on VAT groups C&E 2 New pace-setting moves to update and modernise tax systems C&E 3 A fairer share of VAT for business C&E 5 Government support for sustainable waste management C&E 7 VAT: Securing the tax base C&E 8 A fairer deal for small businesses on VAT thresholds C&E 9 Help for pools companies and fairness for casinos C&E 10 Insurance premium tax C&E 4 Alcohol duties C&E 6 Tobacco and Health C&E 11 Chancellor honours commitment on fuel duties to protect the environment Other Government Departments DETR 1 Budget placing environment at the heart of the Government DETR 2 Minister welcomes housing policy green paper