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Louise Haigh

Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

Labour MP for Sheffield, Heeley

@louhaigh https://facebook.com/Haigh4Heeley

Corporation Tax Rate

There have been votes in Parliament on the rate of tax charged on a company's profits.

Photo: HM Treasury

Louise Haigh generally voted against reducing the rate of corporation tax

TheyWorkForYou has automatically calculated this MP’s stance based on all of their votes on the topic. You can browse the source data on PublicWhip.org.uk.

All votes about reducing the rate of corporation tax:

  • On 6 Sep 2016: Louise Haigh voted against increasing the personal income tax allowance, against changing the way dividends are taxed, against cutting capital gains tax, and against reducing the amount which can be taken out of a pension tax-free from £1.25m to £1m. Show vote
  • On 5 Sep 2016: Louise Haigh voted against reducing the main rate of corporation tax to be charged in 2020. Show vote
  • On 28 Jun 2016: Louise Haigh voted against reducing the main rate of corporation tax for the financial year 2020 from 18% to 17%. Show vote
  • On 11 Apr 2016: Louise Haigh was absent for a vote on Finance Bill 2015-16 to 2016-17 — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 22 Mar 2016: Louise Haigh was absent for a vote on March 2016 Budget Show vote
  • On 26 Oct 2015: Louise Haigh voted against the measures in the Finance Bill including against an increase in the income tax personal allowance, and against capping the rates of VAT and income tax at their existing rates until the next general election. Show vote
  • On 21 Jul 2015: Louise Haigh was absent for a vote on Finance Bill 2015-16 — Decline Second Reading Show vote
  • On 21 Jul 2015: Louise Haigh was absent for a vote on Finance Bill 2015-16 — Second Reading Show vote
  • On 14 Jul 2015: Louise Haigh voted against the Summer 2015 budget which, among other measures, increased the minimum wage, replaced student maintenance grants with loans and cut tax credits. Show vote

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