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Clause 43

Volume 888: debated on Monday 10 March 1975

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Persons Treated As Domiciled In The United Kingdom

I beg to move Amendment 100, in page 32, line 41, leave out from Kingdom ' to on ' in line 42.

I think that this amendment needs a little explanation. It proposes to leave out some clauses which define "United Kingdom ".

Does the omission of these words mean that "United Kingdom" includes or does not include the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man?

These amendments ensure that the availability of a dwelling house for a person's use shall be disregarded for the purposes of deciding