§ 58. Mr. Channon
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in assessing 1836 Income Tax, he will, in his next Budget, consider making some allowance or rebate to those taxpayers whose houses have been demolished by enemy action and who are compelled to seek alternative accommodation elsewhere, while they are still obliged to keep up payments of instalments on their properties which have been destroyed?
§ Sir K. Wood
I am afraid I could not see my way to propose a special relief from taxation in the particular type of case to which my hon. Friend refers.