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Tuesday, 16 June 2015
The Chancellor of the Exchequer was asked—
If he will make representations to the Bank of England on the publication prior to the EU referendum of its assessment of the effect on the UK economy of the UK leaving the EU.
What recent steps he has taken to rebalance the economy and create a northern powerhouse.
What recent progress he has made in reducing the deficit.
What steps he is taking to reduce the tax gap.
What fiscal steps he is taking to help people keep more of their earnings.
What steps his Department is taking to (a) support savers and (b) promote home ownership.
What steps his Department is taking to promote home ownership.
If he will maintain current levels of and entitlement to child benefit over the next five years.
What his policy is on the future ring-fencing of the science budget.
What assessment he has made of the level of productivity in the economy.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
On a point of order, Mr Speaker. Dr Grace Kodindo’s work in Africa with African mothers was the feature of a BBC “Panorama” programme 10 years ago. That resulted in a charity...
Question proposed, That the clause stand part of the Bill.
Amendments made: 14, page 12, line 4, at end insert— “( ) Paragraph 1(2) of that Schedule (limit on expenses incurred by permitted participants during referendum...
(1) This section applies to any material, which— (a) provides general information about the referendum, (b) deals with any of the issues raised by the referendum question, (c) puts any...
I beg to move, That the Landfill Tax (Qualifying Fines) (No. 2) Order 2015 (S.I., 2015, No. 1385), dated 12 June 2015, a copy of which was laid before this House on 12 June, be approved....
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Charlie Elphicke.)
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