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Value Added Tax

Volume 86: debated on Monday 11 November 1985

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will state the value added tax classification for human pituitary, thymus, liver and spleen as supplied to the cosmetics and chemical industries.

Human organs or tissue for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes or for medical research are exempt from value added tax. Other supplies of such material are taxable at the standard rate.