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Commissioners Of Inland Revenue

Volume 32: debated on Tuesday 9 April 1895

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I beg to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he will instruct the Commissioners of Inland Revenue to include in their annual Report the particulars which are set forth in the notice of Motion standing on the Paper this day?

said, I have no doubt that full particulars of the operation of the new death duties will be given in the annual Report of the Inland Revenue, but I cannot undertake that the statistics will be in the precise form set forth in the Motion of the hon. Member.

I beg to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he proposes bringing in a Bill this Session for triennial Parliaments?

No, Sir. Her Majesty's Government have no such intention. I do not know that we should have time to pass the Bill.

pressed the right hon. Gentleman to say whether the Government proposed to maintain the Septennial Act throughout the whole course of this Parliament.

That is a large question, Sir. Time is not always at the disposal of the Government.