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Bill Presented: Finance (No. 2) Bill (25 March 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Christopher Leslie: ...to our public finances. We are enduring an epidemic of job insecurity. The number of zero-hours contracts has ballooned by more than 20% in the past year alone. That is a problem for those who cannot plan even for the child care they need for the week ahead, let alone for getting a mortgage. It is also bad because it undermines the tax receipts the Treasury needs to sustain and pay for...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits: Self-employed (24 March 2015)

Stephen Timms: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many self-employed people claimed (a) child tax credits and (b) working tax credits in each of the last 10 years.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits: York (24 March 2015) See 2 other results from this answer

Hugh Bayley: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many families in (a) York Central constituency and (b) York Unitary Authority area received child and working tax credits in 2009 and in each year since.

Amendment of the Law (23 March 2015) See 4 other results from this debate

Christopher Leslie: ...hon. Friends to imagine the impact these extreme plans will have, especially on the public services that the Government say are unprotected—the police, bus and rail services, the Army and our defences—and on all those who depend on tax credits to make ends meet. I encourage my hon. Friends to take a moment to look at exactly what those extreme cuts will mean. They are not just...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: European Council (23 March 2015)

David Cameron: ...allowed to claim unemployment benefit, that they should have to leave after six months if they do not have a job, that they should have to pay in for four years before getting anything out of the tax credits system and that they should not be able to send child benefit or other child tax payments to families back home. Those things require serious change in Europe, including treaty change,...

Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (20 March 2015)

Nick Brown: ...pre-election Budget. When he made his tentative references to the northern powerhouse even the sun hid behind the moon, and we know that when it re-emerges the Liberal Democrats will take the credit for it and say that that is what they achieved for us, by working with others. The Chancellor made it very clear—although he did not emphasise the point—that he is raising money in...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Children: Day Care (20 March 2015)

Sam Gyimah: The Department for Education understands that the cost of childcare can be a concern for many parents. In order to help support parents, the Department has increased funding in the early years from 2 billion to 3 billion a year over the course of this Parliament. The Department has provided funding for 15 hours a week of free childcare for all three- and four-year-olds, and...

Amendment of the Law (19 March 2015)

Meg Hillier: ...163;28 million-worth of cuts, and we have already seen 24% cuts to further education colleges, including my own excellent Hackney community college. These public services matter massively in areas such as Hackney, where about 36% of children live in poverty. That is the third highest rate in London. Many of those children live in households that are poor but ambitious. Their parents are...

Business of the House (19 March 2015)

William Hague: ...when we come to the end of it next week a great deal will have been achieved: the Infrastructure Act that provides a nearly 4 billion boost to the economy; the small business Bill that will help businesses get credit from banks and ensure they can expand; the Pension Schemes Act that gives people freedom and security in retirement; the Criminal Justice and Courts Act that allows us...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Children: Poverty (19 March 2015)

Esther McVey: We remain committed to our goal of ending child poverty by 2020. We've already made great strides under this government with 300,000 fewer children in relative poverty and around 390,000 fewer children growing up in workless families, now at the lowest levels since records began. The Government is taking action to tackle child poverty including introducing Universal Credit, which will...

Affordable Childcare (Select Committee Report) — Motion to Take Note (18 March 2015) See 3 other results from this debate

Baroness Garden of Frognal: ...to consider in full. As far as the coalition Government are concerned, we end this Parliament with the same commitment we had at its start—to support all parents to access affordable, quality childcare. That is why, by the end of this Parliament, and despite the challenging economic climate, we will have increased our annual spending on childcare by 1 billion. I hope that the...

Ways and Means: Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (18 March 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Tom Clarke: ...standard of living for pensioners and further impoverishing the struggling; destroying the life chances of young people and inflicting more hardship on hard-working families; putting at risk the NHS; lowering the educational opportunities for Scots; cuts to tax credits, child benefit and pensions; a harder future with less support and even less hope—all this, we are led to believe,...

Equal Pay — [Mr Mike Weir in the Chair] (18 March 2015)

Eilidh Whiteford: ...and those in personal service jobs are women. Women are more likely to work in the public sector: 67% of local government workers and 81% of NHS workers, but only a third of chief executives, are women. We know that 97% of child care and early years education staff are women, and 98% of classroom assistants. By contrast, less than 3% of chartered civil engineers in Scotland are women. I...

Ways and Means: Financial Statement (18 March 2015)

George Osborne: They do not like to hear it, Mr Deputy Speaker, but inequality is down, child poverty is down, youth unemployment is down, pensioner poverty is at its lowest level ever. The gender pay gap has never been smaller. Payday loans are capped, and zero-hours contracts regulated. Even more than that, opportunity has increased. The number of university students from disadvantaged backgrounds is at a...

[John Robertson in the Chair] — Women Entrepreneurs (18 March 2015)

George Freeman: ...to encourage and promote entrepreneurial attitudes and skills training, as well as providing mentors and role models and improving access to finance support. I want to deal with the questions about child care and women on boards. A number of colleagues asked about child care support. The Government have increased the number of funded hours of free child care from 12.5 to 15 hours a week...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments: Advertising (17 March 2015)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...Campaign Name, as of March 2015 Alcohol Apprenticeships Blood Transplant Britain is GREAT Broadband Vouchers Business is GREAT Care and Support Change4Life – Sugar Swaps Child Maintenance Consumer Awareness Cyber Streetwise Drug Drive Energy Switching Exporting is GREAT Family Mediation Fire Kills Growth Deals Guaranteed Growth Bonds Help to...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (16 March 2015)

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how much has been overpaid in child tax credit and working tax credit as a result of technical and administrative errors by his Department; and how much of that overpayment has been written off in (a) the UK, (b) Scotland and (c) East Lothian constituency in each year since that scheme's inception.

Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill — Report (3rd Day) (11 March 2015)

Baroness Drake: ...contemporary labour market. Over the years, Parliament has recognised the unfairness of locking certain groups of people out of the national insurance system and has been willing to amend the rules accordingly. Thus, mothers of young children under 12, disabled people, carers, a grandparent caring for a child while the mother works and the unemployed on JSA are credited into the national...

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