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Income Tax

EDM (Early Day Motion) 360: tabled on 23 January 1990

Tabled in the 1989-90 session.

This motion has been signed by 14 Members. It has received 8 amendments.

As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.

Amendments to this motion

There have been 8 amendments submitted to this motion.

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Motion text

That this House, whilst accepting the reluctance of the Leader of the Opposition to make his policies known, wishes to know what the standard rate of income tax would be under Labour.

After a motion has been tabled, other Members can table amendments to it. Amendments to this motion are shown below.

Income Tax (Amendment 1)
At end add, 'and which tax rates would Labour raise.'.
Conservative, Rugby and Kenilworth
3
signatures
EDM 360A1: tabled on 24 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 2)
Leave out from 'House' to end and add 'calls upon the Prime Minister to hold the earliest possible general election so that Labour's plans for income tax in particular, and for the economy and society in general, can be implemented as soon as possible.'.
Labour, Stretford
7
signatures
EDM 360A2: tabled on 25 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 3)
At end add 'and how many new national taxes Labour would introduce. '.
Labour, Doncaster Central
2
signatures
EDM 360A3: tabled on 25 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 4)
At end add 'and not withstanding the Leader of the Opposition's silence on income tax and other matters, asks the Right honourable member for Islwyn to say whether Labour would increase corporation tax. '.
Conservative, Ilford North
3
signatures
EDM 360A4: tabled on 25 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 5)
At end add 'and further, despite the silence of the Leader of the Opposition on income tax and other matters, asks the Right honourable Member for Islwyn to state what Labour would introduce in place of the community charge.'.
Conservative, Gravesham
1
signature
EDM 360A5: tabled on 29 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 6)
At end add, 'and, whilst recognising the silence of the Leader of the Opposition on income tax and other matters, asks the Right honourable Member for Islwyn to say whether Labour would set any limits on either Government borrowing or spending.'.
Conservative, Dulwich
2
signatures
EDM 360A6: tabled on 30 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 7)
At end add, 'and further, whilst regretting the silence of the Leader of the Opposition on income tax and other matters, asks the Right honourable Member for Islwyn to state how many people would be hit by Labour's changes to mortgage tax relief.'.
Conservative, Norwich North
2
signatures
EDM 360A7: tabled on 30 January 1990
Income Tax (Amendment 8)
At end add 'and further, whilst acknowledging the silence of the Leader of the Opposition on income tax and other matters, nonetheless asks the Right honourable Member for Islwyn whether Labour would re-introduce exchange controls.'.
Conservative, Gainsborough and Horncastle
2
signatures
EDM 360A8: tabled on 31 January 1990