asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what will be the effect upon the number of Inland Revenue staff employed as a result of the indexation of the capital gains tax.
I shall let the hon. Member have a reply as soon as possible.
made to the Welsh Office in 1981 from each county area in Wales against planning refusals; in how many of these cases the refusal was upheld by his Department; and in how many instances the decision was reversed.
A total of 993 planning appeals were received by the Secretary of State in 1981. Up to 31 March this year 121 have been withdrawn, 151 allowed and 369 dismissed. The information by counties is as follows:
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what will be the full year's cost in present day prices of the loss of revenue arising from the indexation of the capital gains tax.
I refer the hon. Member to my reply to him during the debate on the Second Reading of the Finance Bill.—[Vol. 21, c. 904.]