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Nationality and Borders Bill: Schedule 6 - Maritime Enforcement (7 Dec 2021)

...Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Claire Hanna Neale Hanvey Harriet Harman Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Drew Hendry Meg Hillier Simon Hoare Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Dan...

Nationality and Borders Bill: New Clause 2 - Acquisition by registration: Descendants of those born on British Indian Ocean Territory (7 Dec 2021)

...Mary Glindon Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Claire Hanna Neale Hanvey Harriet Harman Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Drew Hendry Meg Hillier Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Philip Hollobone Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Dan...

Nationality and Borders Bill: New Clause 8 - Children registering as British citizens: fees (7 Dec 2021)

...Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Claire Hanna Neale Hanvey Harriet Harman Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Drew Hendry Meg Hillier Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Dan Jarvis Darren...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Paper (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: All of the printing paper purchased by the department is fully recycled.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Internet and Social Media (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: There is an internal written document setting out design guidelines for HM Treasury graphic design content.

Written Answers — Treasury: Question (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: Reducing the likelihood and impact of flooding remains a priority for the Government and we recognise the important work of the River Severn Partnership. In the English Severn and Wye region £170 million will be invested in flood and coastal erosion risk management from 2021-2027. The government wants every region to thrive. This is why the Government has invested £1.05bn over five years...

Written Answers — Treasury: Spirits: Finance (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: At the Budget, the Government froze spirits duty for the fifth consecutive budget, saving consumers 52p off a bottle of Scotch. This is the eighth cut or freeze since 2014. It means spirits duty is at its lowest level in real-terms since 1918. Through our alcohol duty review, we are also equalising the duty rate on domestically produced liqueurs and other spirits-based drinks with imported wines.

Written Answers — Treasury: Carbon Emissions: Finance (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: The Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021 confirmed that since March 2021, the government will have committed a total of £30bn of domestic investment for the Green Industrial Revolution (includes capital and resource expenditure, excludes admin). As set out in the Net Zero Strategy, this spending package, along with action on regulation and green finance, will keep the UK on track for its...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Paper (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: 7,664 reams of paper on average were purchased by the department over the last three years. We do not have information relating to the printing paper purchased in tonnes.

Written Answers — Treasury: Aviation: Fuels and Tickets (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: Air Passenger Duty (APD) is the Government’s principal tax on the aviation sector, since tickets are VAT free and aviation fuel incurs no duty. Members of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), including the United Kingdom, are prevented from taxing international aviation fuel, or any proxies for fuel, under the Chicago Convention. APD raised £3.6 billion in 2019-20 and...

Treasury: Red Diesel Fuel: Planned Tax Changes (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: To help ourselves achieve net zero and improve UK air quality, we are reducing the entitlement to use red diesel, which currently enjoys a duty discount, from next April. The full duty rate more fairly reflects the damaging impact of diesel emissions, and will incentivise the development of greener alternatives.

Treasury: Levelling Up: National Retrofit Strategy for Homes (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: The Government’s heat and building strategy announced £3.9 billion of funding to decarbonise buildings over the next three years. This included £1.8 billion of support for low income households. I am sure that my hon. Friend will be pleased to hear that her constituency was recently allocated £5.2 million to retrofit low-income homes.

Treasury: Topical Questions (7 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: As we build a strong economy, we need to raise skills. That is why we announced in the spending review an increase of £3.8 billion in skills spending over this Parliament. The spending review included funding for a specific 50-plus training scheme to support people like those being helped by Teach A Trade so that they can retrain and stay in work. I am happy to speak further to my hon....

Armed Forces Bill: Clause 8 - Armed Forces Covenant (6 Dec 2021)

...Francois Lucy Frazer George Freeman Mike Freer Louie French Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Roger Gale Mark Garnier Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb Peter Gibson Jo Gideon John Glen Robert Goodwill Richard Graham Helen Grant James Gray Chris Green Damian Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Stephen Hammond Matthew Hancock Greg Hands Mark Harper Trudy Harrison...

Armed Forces Bill: Clause 7 - Concurrent jurisdiction (6 Dec 2021)

...Liam Fox Mark Francois Lucy Frazer Mike Freer Louie French Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Roger Gale Mark Garnier Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb Peter Gibson Jo Gideon John Glen Robert Goodwill Richard Graham Helen Grant James Gray Chris Green Damian Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Stephen Hammond Matthew Hancock Greg Hands Mark Harper Trudy Harrison...

Written Answers — Treasury: Net Zero Review (6 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: As outlined in the Net Zero Review final report, HM treasury is building its governance, capabilities and processes to support our transition to Net Zero. That includes developing our analytical capability for assessing and reporting on our net zero transition and the impact of policies and projects. For instance, there is an ongoing process of building macroeconomic modelling capability. As...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Staff (6 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: The most recent available 31st October 2021 full time equivalent and headcount of paid staff who work in each directorate within the chancellor’s department are as follows. Directorate Full Time Equivalent Headcount Business and International Tax 152.9 157 Corporate Centre 226.5 236 Economics 111.0 115 Enterprise & Growth 227.0 231 Financial Services 185.8 187 ...

Written Answers — Treasury: Employment: Bullying (6 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: HM Treasury’s Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy is part of a wider policy on Dispute Resolution which was last updated in February 2019.

Written Answers — Treasury: Food: Supply Chains (6 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: The government recognises the efforts of operators in the food and drink sector in maintaining supplies during the pandemic and the challenges that continue to be felt due to global supply chain issues. The government closely monitors these issues and, where necessary, takes appropriate fiscal and non-fiscal steps to alleviate temporary pressures. In November the government announced...

Written Answers — Treasury: Help to Grow Scheme (6 Dec 2021)

Helen Whately: Help to Grow: Management will be delivered by business schools across the UK. HM Treasury has provided ringfenced funding to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy for this programme; £62m in 2021-22, £74m in 2022-23, and £87m in 2023-24. We are committed to ensuring that all regions and nations in the UK benefit from Help to Grow: Management. The Department for...


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