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- Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Nuclear Power Stations: Decommissioning (2 July 2015)
Andrea Leadsom: ...promote and, where necessary, carry out research in relation to its primary function of nuclear decommissioning and clean-up. The Government already has in place a number of measures, including R&D tax credits for SMEs and large companies, to support research and development across the economy. Therefore, my rt. hon. Friend the Secretary of State has no plans to raise with my rt. hon....
- Written Answers — HM Treasury: Working Tax Credit: Liverpool (2 July 2015)
Louise Ellman: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many recipients of working tax credit there are in (a) Liverpool and (b) Liverpool Riverside constituency.
- Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (2 July 2015)
Ian Lavery: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment HM Revenue and Customs has made of the effect on levels of tax credits compliance of the redeployment of staff of that department to handle tax credits renewal calls.
- Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Welfare Tax Credits: EU Law (2 July 2015)
David Nuttall: ...Work and Pensions, what assessment his Department has made of whether the introduction of a mandatory four-year contributory period applied to both UK and EU nationals prior to eligibility for the tax credit element of universal credit would be permissible under EU law.
- Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Minimum Wage: EU Nationals (2 July 2015)
David Nuttall: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what forms of local and central government support are available to an EU national working on the minimum wage other than tax credits.
- Childcare Bill [HL] — Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (1 July 2015)
Lord Nash: ...is to increase the hours of free childcare to working parents of three and four-year-olds. There is already support for childcare put in place by the last Government. We have increased the child tax credit entitlement to £2,780 per year for families with one child, £480 more per year than in 2010. We have legislated for tax-free childcare, which will save about 1.8 million...
- Childcare Bill [HL] — Committee (1st Day) (1 July 2015) See 2 other results from this debate
Lord Nash: ...for their care, which might include support for childcare. The local authority must provide a fostering allowance which covers the full cost of caring for the child. For this reason, foster carers are not eligible for additional support through tax-free childcare or child tax credits for children who have been placed with them. We of course value the important role that foster carers...
- Opposition Day — [4th Allotted Day]: Equal Pay and the Gender Pay Gap (1 July 2015) See 5 other results from this debate
Melanie Onn: ...If they will not do that by raising the minimum wage, they must commit actively to support SME businesses to pay the living wage and legislate for FTSE 100 companies to do the same. The forthcoming cuts to tax credits will only make the problem of low pay worse. If the Government want tax credits to be replaced by higher wages, they need to be active in making that happen and should not...
- Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Child Poverty (1 July 2015) See 11 other results from this debate
Stephen Timms: ...in 2010. When in government, Labour lifted more than 1 million children out of relative poverty and more than 2 million out of absolute poverty. A key success was raising lone parent employment from less than 45% in 1997 to more than 60% today, mainly thanks to tax credits. That was not about lifting a few people from just below a line to just above it; it was about a very substantial...
- Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (1 July 2015) See 1 other result from this debate
Mark Durkan: Given regional wage profiles, many families in the north of Ireland will identify with the concerns raised today by the four children’s commissioners about tax credits. Further to heeding those wider warnings, will the Prime Minister have the Chancellor take particular care to ensure that no supposedly more targeted changes to child benefit or tax credits will end up being misdirected...
- Written Answers — HM Treasury: Universal Credit (1 July 2015) See 1 other result from this answer
Stephen Timms: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he plans that the child element of child tax credit and the child element of universal credit will remain the same while universal credit is rolled out.
- Welfare Reform (People with Disabilities) (30 June 2015) See 2 other results from this debate
Natalie McGarry: ...Budget next week, expressing grave concerns about the severe detrimental impact of the Government’s austerity measures on low and middle-income families. In particular, they highlight the threat to tax credits and other support that would fall within universal credit and say to us, here in this House, that as, we begin the process of defining the shape of Scotland’s social...
- Scotland Bill: Clause 24 — Universal credit: costs of claimants who rent accommodation (30 June 2015) See 11 other results from this debate
David Mundell: ...that they have exactly the same protection and support as people in Cardiff or Carlisle. On other occasions, the Scottish Parliament might want to offer different help for people in Scotland, using the taxes that have been raised in Scotland. The hon. Member for Edinburgh South spoke to various amendments. I do not share his views, and I do not believe that he made a case for the proposals...
- Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 2) Bill: Final Stage (30 June 2015) See 3 other results from this debate
Alex Attwood: ...very relevant to the Minister, because she is the Minister who is now responsible for Finance but was previously responsible for Enterprise, Trade and Investment, and is and was a key person in respect of corporation tax. The last part of the annex to the Stormont House Agreement, which deals with financial issues on behalf of the British Government, is about corporation tax. The...
- Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance and Personnel: Tax Credits (30 June 2015)
- Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance and Personnel: Welfare Reform: Departmental Budgets (30 June 2015)
Dolores Kelly: ...that, on average, the income of an average household here is some £6,000 less than any other region within the United Kingdom? That being the case, as well as the predicted onslaught on working tax credits and child tax credits in 8 July Budget, what representations, if any, has she made to the Department for Work and Pensions?