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Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill: Clause 1 - Duties of registered higher education providers (13 Jun 2022)

...Beckett Hilary Benn Clive Betts Olivia Blake Paul Blomfield Ben Bradshaw Kevin Brennan Lyn Brown Richard Burgon Ian Byrne Liam Byrne Ruth Cadbury Dan Carden Wendy Chamberlain Sarah Champion Feryal Clark Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Stella Creasy John Cryer Alex Cunningham Janet Daby Wayne David Geraint Davies Alex Davies-Jones Thangam Debbonaire Anneliese Dodds Stephen Doughty...

Written Answers — Treasury: Women Against State Pension Inequality (13 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: HM Treasury does not hold records of any recent meetings ministers have held with representatives of the Women Against State Pension Inequality campaign. There are currently no confirmed dates for such a meeting.

Written Answers — Treasury: Pay: Cost of Living (13 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: The government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living because of high inflation. The government is providing over £15bn of additional support, building on the over £22bn announced previously, with government support for the cost of living now totaling over £37bn this year. Support includes helping all domestic electricity customers in Great Britain with the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Military Aid: Ukraine (13 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: HM Treasury provides departments with settlements on a cash basis, and they are expected to manage the impacts of inflation within these settlements. Last month, the Government announced an additional £1.3bn funding for military support to Ukraine. This funding was provided for the 2022/23 financial year and reflective of latest cost forecasts.

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Expenditure (13 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Government has published analysis alongside the May 2022 Cost of Living support package. This includes an analysis of the impact of the support package on households across the income distribution. The published report can be found at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/ system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1078837/DA_May_2022_publ ication.pdf Alongside this the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cost of Living: Northern Ireland (8 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: The government is providing over £37bn this year to support people with the cost of living. The government is expanding the Energy Bill Support Scheme by doubling grants from £200 per household to £400. Equivalent support will be delivered to people in Northern Ireland. We are supporting the most vulnerable households, by providing UK-wide support through one-off cost of living...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cost of Living: Government Assistance (6 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: Most of the support announced by the Chancellor on 26 May is being provided directly to households in all parts of the UK by the UK Government. The one-off Cost of Living payments will be paid directly to households across the UK. In the absence of a functioning Executive in Northern Ireland, the UK Government is supporting the Northern Irish people through these payments, on exactly the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Security Benefits: Cost of Living (6 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Department for Work and Pensions will make the payment in two lump sums to those receiving means-tested benefits - the first from July, the second in autumn. Tax credits claimants who also receive an eligible means-tested benefit from DWP will receive their Cost of Living Payment from DWP. HM Revenue and Customs will then make first payments in autumn, and second payments in winter, to...

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Expenditure: Wales (6 Jun 2022)

Simon Clarke: As the Chancellor set out in his statement to the House, in recognition of the challenges people are facing as a result of the rising cost of living, the UK Government is providing an additional £15 billion of support. The majority of this support is being provided directly to households across the UK and is on top of the support announced in February and at Spring Statement. In addition,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Elizabeth Line: Scotland (30 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Barnett formula has been applied to spending on Crossrail as set out in the Statement of Funding Policy. Crossrail is classified as local transport, which is devolved in Scotland, so spending on Crossrail feeds through into Barnett-based funding for the Scottish Government. The Barnett formula determines changes in the Scottish Government’s funding, not the overall funding, and is...

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Sector: Pay (30 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Government recognises that public sector workers play a vital role in the running of our economy, and in delivering our world class public services. Spending Review 2021 confirmed that public sector workers will see pay rises across the whole Spending Review period (22/23-24/25). Pay for most frontline workforces - including nurses, teachers and armed forces - is set through an...

Written Answers — Treasury: Workplace Pensions (30 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: The cost control mechanism was introduced following the recommendations of the Independent Public Service Pensions Commission in 2011. Whilst the Commission recommended a mechanism to protect the Exchequer from increased costs, the Government went a step further and introduced a mechanism that is symmetrical and so also maintains the value of pensions to members when costs fall. The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cost of Living: Disability (27 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: The government understands that the rising cost of living has presented additional financial challenges to many people, and especially to the most vulnerable members of society, such as disabled people. That is why this government announced on 26th May a new Cost of Living package, providing over £15bn of support targeted particularly at those with the greatest need. This package builds on...

Written Answers — Treasury: Children: Day Care (26 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: As a proportion of all families who were eligible for tax-free childcare (TFC) and had qualifying childcare, the estimated take-up rate in the UK in March 2022 was 30%, corresponding to 384,280 families. Across the 2021-22 year, 40% of eligible families (512,415) used TFC. Take-up of TFC varies by region, as shown below. Use of TFC tends to be greater in regions with higher populations,...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill: Clause 59 - Upgrading and sharing of apparatus: subsisting agreements (25 May 2022)

...Peter Aldous Lucy Allan Lee Anderson Stuart Andrew Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker Steven Baker Harriett Baldwin John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Scott Benton Paul Beresford Jake Berry Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Peter Bone Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella Braverman Jack Brereton...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill (24 May 2022)

...Anderson Stuart Andrew Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Richard Bacon Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker Steven Baker Harriett Baldwin John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Scott Benton Paul Beresford Jake Berry Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Peter Bottomley Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Paul Bristow Sara Britcliffe Anthony Browne...

Written Answers — Treasury: Education: Capital Investment (24 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: HM Treasury Ministers regularly discuss public spending matters with other government departments, including on school and college buildings. HM Treasury considers a range of evidence when taking decisions, including considerations on the long-term returns in line with principles published in the Green Book. Investment in the school estate is a priority for the government. The 2021 Spending...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Security Benefits: Inflation (24 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: September CPI has been the default inflation measure for the government’s statutory annual review of benefits since 2011 because it allows sufficient time for the legislative and complex delivery process to take place for new rates to come into force in April. In addition to uprating social security benefits, the government is also providing support to families worth over £22 billion in...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Procurement (24 May 2022)

Simon Clarke: As of 13 May 2022, HM Treasury has paid (a) £1.1 million to Methods Business and Digital Technology Ltd and (b) £3.5 million to Veracity OSI UK Ltd for consultancy support in relation to the delivery of the OSCAR II system. Supporting consultancy expenditure was planned at the time the HMT OSCAR II Procurement contract was agreed with Deloitte MCS in November 2018. The contract agreed...

Public Order Bill (23 May 2022)

...Lyn Brown Nick Brown Chris Bryant Karen Buck Richard Burgon Ian Byrne Liam Byrne Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Alistair Carmichael Wendy Chamberlain Sarah Champion Douglas Chapman Feryal Clark Daisy Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Alex Cunningham Janet Daby Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Alex Davies-Jones Martyn Day Marsha de...


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