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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Large Goods Vehicles: Exhaust Emissions (5 Feb 2016)

Andrew Jones: The Government has implemented measures to encourage cleaner and more fuel efficient HGVs through a 10-year duty incentive for road fuel gases, increasing potential rewards for gaseous fuels under the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation, our 25m Advanced Biofuels Demonstration Competition and the 11m Low Carbon Truck Trial. The Department for Transport is making good progress on...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Aviation: Taxation (5 Feb 2016)

David Gauke: ...strongly performing aviation sector – passenger numbers grew 4% in 2014 compared to 2013 and are expected to show similar growth for 2015. In the absence of any taxation of international aviation fuel and no VAT on international or domestic flights, the Government levies air passenger duty (APD) on the carriage of passengers from UK airports. APD ensures that the aviation sector...

Parliamentary Sovereignty and EU Renegotiations: Yemen (4 Feb 2016)

Alison Thewliss: ..., but I urge the Government to give some certainty to those in the same situation as Fahim who are ill with worry about their future. If we can keep more Yemenis safe in this country, we have an absolute humanitarian duty to do so. I attended the excellent meeting of the all-party group on Yemen last week, but I was absolutely shocked by the stories told by the representatives of Oxfam,...

Parliamentary Sovereignty and EU Renegotiations (4 Feb 2016)

Marcus Fysh: ...is less likely, although not a lot less. There will be benefits of less regulation and tax if we leave. I am worried about the proposed VAT impositions on food and clothes, in particular, and potentially fuel duty. I would give a score of four on that aspect. Will people be able to move in search of work to a big city in this country? I think that unlikely, unless we leave, so I score it...

[Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] — Fuel Poverty (3 Feb 2016)

David Warburton: ...Roger. I echo others in congratulating my hon. Friend the Member for St Ives (Derek Thomas) on securing this timely and important debate. My constituency in Somerset has a huge number of homes in fuel poverty. That is very much part of the unwelcome trend whereby we see a direct correlation between sparsity of population and fuel poverty. That is pretty bad news for the people of Somerton...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (1 Feb 2016)

Gregory Campbell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy to extend the rural fuel duty rebate scheme to parts of Northern Ireland where cheaper fuel is readily available from the Irish Republic.

[Mr Andrew Turner in the Chair] — In-work Poverty (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Thomas-Symonds: ...2016. When he was asked about mitigating the effects of the social security changes, he said that we should not forget “the fact that every time we fill up our tank with petrol there is a saving of 10 because of the freezing of the fuel duty.”—[ Official Report, 6 January 2016; Vol. 604, c. 342.] In the 1980s, the unemployed were told to get on their bikes, but in...

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Liz Kendall: ...of daily living, such as getting up, washed and dressed and going to the toilet, now receive no formal or informal help at all. Last year, the Care Quality Commission found that one in five nursing homes do not have enough staff on duty to ensure good-quality care. The latest survey from LaingBuisson shows that, for the first time since it started collecting figures, more older...

Scottish Parliament: Fuel Poverty (27 Jan 2016)

Jim Hume: As we speak, there are approximately 1.8 million people in Scotland—that is 35 per cent of all Scottish households—who are in fuel poverty this winter. Of those households, 9.5 per cent are in extreme fuel poverty, requiring more than 20 per cent of their income to pay for fuel. Some even have to make the tough choice between paying for tomorrow’s breakfast and turning the...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (26 Jan 2016)

Gregory Campbell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether it is his policy to change the rate of fuel duty applied to certain isolated and rural areas in response to changes in oil price.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Bus Service Operators Grant (19 Jan 2016)

Andrew Jones: The Bus Service Operators Grant (BSOG) is paid to operators based in England on a fixed rate of 0.3457 per litre and is no longer directly linked to fuel duty. As a result, changes in fuel costs should not have any direct impact on the uptake of BSOG. We will be publishing more details of our plans to reform BSOG later this year.

Energy Bill [Lords] (18 Jan 2016)

Caroline Lucas: ...picture remains unchanged. At a time when we should be speeding up the deployment of renewable energy, getting serious about energy efficiency and working out how to leave the vast majority of fossil fuels in the ground, the Bill takes us in precisely the opposite direction. That is why I tabled a reasoned amendment to completely oppose it. The bulk of the Bill takes forward the oil and...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Liquefied Petroleum Gas: Excise Duties (14 Jan 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will remove the fuel duty escalator on liquefied petroleum gas.

[Mr David Nuttall in the Chair] — Universal Credit: North-West (13 Jan 2016)

Nick Thomas-Symonds: ...defend the cuts to the work element of the universal credit, saying, “let us not forget, the fact that every time we fill up our tank with petrol there is a saving of 10 because of the freezing of the fuel duty.—[ Official Report, 6 January 2016; Vol. 604, c. 342.] Back in the 1980s the Conservatives’ answer to the unemployed was, “Get on your bike,” but...

Local Government Funding: Rural Areas (11 Jan 2016)

Drew Hendry: ...of those left behind. In the light of the recent floods, special mention should go to those council employees across Scotland and the other nations of the UK who went above and beyond the call of duty to assist those in need. The scale of the flooding was exceptional, and the response in Scotland was truly first class. Local councils, emergency services and other responders worked...

Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day] — Universal Credit Work Allowance (6 Jan 2016)

Shailesh Vara: ...childcare to 30 hours; tax-free childcare from early 2017; and, let us not forget, the fact that every time we fill up our tank with petrol there is a saving of 10 because of the freezing of the fuel duty. It is important to consider everything in a broader perspective, not the narrow perspective that we have heard from so many Opposition Members. A number of speeches have been made...

Scottish Parliament: Public Services, Inequality and the Economy (5 Jan 2016)

Sarah Boyack: ...a just transition for communities, and for workers and skills. A key part of that transition must be to make our housing and transport fit for the future. As members have mentioned, a third of households in Scotland live in fuel poverty. Everyone knows that there is no chance of eliminating fuel poverty in time for the Scottish Government’s target next year. It is a scandal that,...

[Mr David Nuttall in the Chair] — Community Transport (16 Dec 2015)

Paul Monaghan: ...services that can be provided, but the permits enable groups to fill gaps in public transport provision. The Scottish Government encourage section 19 and section 22 transport services to apply for a fuel duty rebate, implemented by Transport Scotland, called the bus service operators grant. Operators receive 14.4p per eligible kilometre. Community transport operators in Scotland achieve a...

Scottish Parliament: Draft Budget 2016-17 (16 Dec 2015)

John Swinney: ...the existing rates and thresholds for land and buildings transaction tax for residential, non-residential and lease transactions, thereby ensuring that the system remains progressive. That means that more than 10,000 additional purchases will be taken out of tax compared to the UK-wide stamp duty system that LBTT replaced last year. That will result in a reduced tax charge for more than...


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