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Bill Presented — Constitutional Convention (No. 2) Bill: Finance Bill (21 Jul 2015)

Maria Caulfield: ..., we are doing more than just increasing the national living wage. We are also reducing the tax that people pay, not only by raising tax thresholds but by freezing national insurance, VAT and fuel duty levels for this year, to ensure that they have more money in their pockets. Let me now say something about housing. It is, again, the Conservatives who are helping those on low incomes to...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Tax Evasion: Fuels (20 Jul 2015)

Luke Hall: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what effect the introduction of a new fuel marker has had on the level of fuel duty fraud.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Low-emission Vehicles (16 Jul 2015)

Robert Goodwill: When consumers are deciding which vehicle to buy, they will consider not only the level of vehicle excise duty that they will pay—which, incidentally, will be zero in the case of the very cleanest cars—but the total life cost of the fuel that they will use. It is pretty much a no-brainer to buy the most fuel-efficient car possible, and to opt for a plug-in vehicle if that suits...

Bill Presented — National Insurance Contributions (Rate Ceilings) Bill: Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (14 Jul 2015)

Danny Kinahan: ...costs they struggle with are high energy costs, high labour costs and high rates. We need to look at business rates, as action there could lift the whole British economy. I am pleased that there was no rise in fuel duty, and there are many other measures in the Budget that I like, but what really concerns me is not having back-up and safeguards. From the Union point of view, I am concerned...

Isil: Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (13 Jul 2015)

Damian Hinds: ...enterprise zones for smaller towns, an extension of the coastal communities fund, major new science, technology and culture projects all over the country, and a roads fund in England funded by vehicle excise duty for the strategic roads our regions need. There is a new statutory body, Transport for the North, to work on bringing the towns and cities of the northern powerhouse closer...

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Private Rented Housing: Safety (10 Jul 2015)

Brandon Lewis: Landlords have a duty to keep electrical installations in proper working order and to ensure that any electrical appliances supplied with a property are safe, as set out in the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994. Under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998, landlords must ensure all gas appliances, fittings and flues provided...

Bills Presented: Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (9 Jul 2015)

Julian Knight: ...Should we have an elected mayor in the “midlands engine”, I shall welcome the opportunity to lobby for a sensitive approach, along with my friends in local church groups. That is real devolution. Finally, there will be a great deal of cheer over the freezing of fuel duty, which means that it is 18p lower than it would have been if Labour’s anti-motorist plans had been...

Ways and Means: Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — amendment of the law (8 Jul 2015)

Huw Merriman: ...and a country park, all of which will attract high-skilled jobs and boost our economic regeneration and productivity. In addition—this is still linked to productivity—I welcome the commitment to freeze fuel duty for a further year. In a rural constituency such as the one I represent, a saving of 10 a tank will continue to remain a huge boost. I welcome the commitment to...

Ways and Means: Financial Statement (8 Jul 2015)

George Osborne: ...of our network. In the past 25 years, France has built more than 2,500 miles of motorway and we have built just 300. In the last Parliament I increased road spending, even in difficult times, and set out a plan for 15 billion of new roads for the rest of this decade, but we need a long-term solution if we are going to fix Britain’s poor roads. Vehicle excise duty was used to...

Opposition Day — [5th Allotted Day]: Tax Credits (Working Families) (7 Jul 2015)

Julian Knight: ...who should not be; the system should not have been so designed that they have to pay it. We are doubling the amount of free childcare from 15 hours to 30 hours—a key means by which to enable people to get back into the workforce—while fuel duty is now 18p cheaper than it would have been under Labour’s plans, which has made a massive difference to family finances. In...

Nuclear Warheads (Transportation) (7 Jul 2015)

Kirsten Oswald: ...motorways, as well as major and minor roads. They travel alongside families going on holiday, people going to work and HGV drivers taking their loads around the UK. They also share the roads with other dangerous vehicles, such as fuel tankers. One of the worst types of accident that could happen is a collision between a tanker and a lorry carrying Trident nuclear weapons. The intense heat...

Hatfield Colliery (2 Jul 2015)

Ed Miliband: ...20 million of closure aid. Unfortunately, even after the aid was granted, things deteriorated quickly for Hatfield. In April, the Government doubled the carbon price floor, a tax on high carbon fuels. The levying of the tax at point of sale rather than when the coal is burned means that the energy companies have an incentive to stockpile coal, and they did so in advance of April to...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (2 Jul 2015)

Gregory Campbell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will take account of the differential in prices of diesel in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland when setting future fuel duty levels.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (1 Jul 2015)

Nick Brown: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the positive economic benefits of lower fuel prices caused by the fuel duty freeze.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (30 Jun 2015)

Gregory Campbell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make an assessment of the potential implications for cross-border loss of revenue in Northern Ireland of changes in the level of fuel duty in his preparations for the Budget in July 2015.

Bills Presented — Local Area Referendum (Disposal of School Playing Fields): Clause 16 — Tax on carriage of passengers by air (29 Jun 2015)

Rob Marris: ...damaging than the same amount of greenhouse gases emitted at sea level. Air travel is the most polluting form of mass travel. In that context, I regret that the Government are devolving air passenger duty. Yes, I would increase it. The UK Government will live to regret this measure, because we are clearly heading towards the abolition of air passenger duty in Scotland and, eventually,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 2) Bill 2015: Second Stage (24 Jun 2015)

John McCallister: ...need to move beyond that. The idea that we are somehow going to negotiate our way out of this is just no good. When it comes to tax-varying powers, of course, you could include things like air passenger duty (APD). The Chair of the Committee knows about regional disparities. Air passenger duty has hurt the growth of the regional economy. That is a debate that I would love the Minister...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (22 Jun 2015)

Barry Gardiner: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what research he has conducted to inform the setting of the level of fuel duty.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare State: Reform (22 Jun 2015)

David Gauke: ...that accompanied Budget 2015. Unlike other analyses, it looks not only at the effect of direct tax and welfare decisions, but also the impact of changes to indirect tax (such as the freeze to fuel duty) and changes to spending on public services. This analysis can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/budget-2015-docum ents

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Cost of Living (Rural Britain) (18 Jun 2015)

James Gray: There can be no question about it: it does cost more to live in rural areas compared with urban areas, so I very much welcome the reduction in fuel duty, the cap on petrol prices and equalising the council tax. All these things are extremely helpful, but transport must be central to this. Twenty-five per cent. of people in my constituency do not have cars. Will the Minister take steps to look...


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