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Volume 436: debated on Tuesday 15 April 1947

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Part I

Class of goods becoming exempt

Domestic water filters designed to remove bacteria and other suspended impurities from drinking water by mechanical means, but not including filters also employing chemical reaction.

Part Ii

Classes of goods becoming chargeable at reduced rate

Floor coverings, including linoleum, but not including carpets, carpeting, rugs, mats, matting and wooden floor coverings.

Chambers not supplied as part of a toilet service, and chair pans and commode pans and lids for such chambers and pans as aforesaid.

Hot water bottles of a kind designed for use as bed warmers or foot warmers.

Requisites for cricket of the following descriptions—bats, balls, stumps and bails and wicket keepers' and batsmen's pads and gloves.

Footballs, and parts of footballs, and footballers' shinguards.

Requisites for hockey, but not for ice hockey, of the following descriptions—sticks, balls and shinguards.

Boxing gloves.

Rowing boats specially designed as racing boats.

Part Iii

Classes of goods becoming chargeable at basic rate

Razor strops and razor sharpeners, but not including strops and sharpeners supplied as part of a toilet set.

Dental sticks and toothpicks.