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Elections Bill: New Clause 1 - Voting from age 16 in parliamentary elections (17 Jan 2022)

...Gill Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Claire Hanna Neale Hanvey Emma Hardy Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Dan Jarvis Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren...

Elections Bill: New Clause 2 - Permissible donors (17 Jan 2022)

...Preet Kaur Gill Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Neale Hanvey Emma Hardy Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Wera Hobhouse Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Dan Jarvis Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren Jones Gerald...

Elections Bill: Clause 1 - Voter identification (17 Jan 2022)

...Preet Kaur Gill Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Neale Hanvey Emma Hardy Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Dan Jarvis Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren...

Elections Bill: Clause 26 - Joint campaigning by registered parties and third parties (17 Jan 2022)

...Gill Patrick Grady Peter Grant Kate Green Sarah Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Fabian Hamilton Claire Hanna Neale Hanvey Emma Hardy Carolyn Harris Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Dan Jarvis Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren...

Written Answers — Treasury: Self-employed: Government Assistance (17 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: The government has provided around £400 billion of direct support for the economy through the pandemic to date, which has helped to safeguard livelihoods and public services in every region and nation of the UK. The government recognises the impact Omicron is having on businesses and individuals, which is why we announced £1 billion of targeted financial grant support for the hospitality,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Tonnage Tax: Scotland (17 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: Tonnage tax is an alternative method of calculating Corporation Tax profits by reference to the net tonnage of the ship operated. It is a reserved tax and applies UK wide. The Consolidated Fund receives the proceeds of tonnage tax and other tax revenues, such as those collected by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs. Tonnage tax is not a hypothecated tax. When funding is allocated to UK...

Written Answers — Treasury: Fuels: Newport West (17 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: Recognising that fuel is a major cost for households and businesses, the government announced at the Autumn Budget 2021 that fuel duty rates would remain frozen on a UK-wide basis in 2022-23. Twelve consecutive years of the fuel duty freeze will save the average UK car driver around £15 in fuel duty per tank of fuel, compared to what would have been paid under the pre-2010 escalator. The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Food: Prices (17 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: The government is taking targeted action worth more than £4.2 billion a year over the next 5 years to help families with the cost of living. This includes the £500 million Household Support Fund (October 2021 to March 2022) to help vulnerable households with costs for essentials over the winter. The fund is ringfenced so that at least 50 per cent of it will be spent on households with...

Written Answers — Treasury: Infrastructure: Investment (14 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: The government is committed to the approach to infrastructure that was set out in the National Infrastructure Strategy (NIS) in November 2020. This addresses the long-term issues that have held back investment in and delivery of UK infrastructure, and ensures a coherent cross-sectoral approach to decision-making. As committed to in the NIS, last year the government reviewed the National...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Buildings (14 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: The State of the Estate series of reports published by Cabinet Office provides information on HM Treasury’s occupied floor area on an annual basis. The reports from 2010-11 to 2013-14 can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/state-of-the-estat e. Subsequent reports from 2014-15 to 2020-21 can be found by using links in the following style:...

Written Answers — Treasury: Economic Situation: Environment Protection (14 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: Since 1990 the UK has reduced our greenhouse gas emissions by 44%, while growing our economy by over 75%. The Net Zero Strategy sets out our long-term plan to end the UK’s domestic contribution to man-made climate change by 2050. However, the government recognises that sustainable economic growth goes further than tackling climate change. Our response to the Dasgupta Review on the Economics...

Written Answers — Treasury: Hospitality Industry: Government Assistance (14 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: Government ministers, including the Chancellor, as well as officials, meet regularly with business leaders and representative organisations from the hospitality sector and other sectors impacted by Covid-19. On 21 December, the Chancellor announced a package of support for businesses impacted by the Omicron variant. This included cash grants of up to £6,000 per premises for the...

Business of the House (13 Jan 2022)

Catherine West: ...Leader of the House give me his assessment of a problem that I am having with the Department of Health and Social Care? I wrote to the then Minister, the hon. Member for Faversham and Mid Kent (Helen Whately), in May of last year and received a reply on 6 January from the Minister for Care and Mental Health, the hon. Member for Chichester (Gillian Keegan)—my inquiry seems to have...

Household Energy Bills: VAT (11 Jan 2022)

...Vicky Foxcroft Mary Foy Gill Furniss Barry Gardiner Patricia Gibson Peter Grant Kate Green Lilian Greenwood Margaret Greenwood Nia Griffith Andrew Gwynne Louise Haigh Claire Hanna Emma Hardy Helen Hayes John Healey Mark Hendrick Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Dan Jarvis Diana R. Johnson Kim...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 99 - Vehicle CO2 emissions certificates (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: I thank you, Sir Christopher—and the hon. Member for Gordon, who duly flagged the order of proceedings. Clause 99 and schedule 16 make technical amendments to capital allowances, company car tax and vehicle excise duty legislation so that the tax system continues to function as intended when vehicles are certified through the new domestic comprehensive vehicle type approval scheme due to be...

Written Answers — Treasury: National Science and Technology Council: Finance (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: At this Spending Review, the government committed to increasing public R&D investment to £20 billion across the UK by 2024-25. This will flow to individual departments as they set their R&D allocations in due course and will support priorities agreed by the Prime Minister’s new National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), such as Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Taxation: Carbon Emissions (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: The Net Zero Review, which was published in October, explored the trade-offs and key issues, such as the likely fiscal implications of the transition, for the UK as it decarbonises. As per the Report’s terms of reference, it did not contain policy detail on how sectors will decarbonise, but set out that the Government may need to consider changes to existing taxes to deliver net zero...

Written Answers — Treasury: Business: Coronavirus (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: On 21st December, the government announced £1 billion of new grant support for the hospitality, leisure and cultural sectors in England to protect jobs and businesses from the adverse impacts of the Omicron variant. The package of support announced includes the reintroduction of the Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme to help small and medium-sized employers cover the cost of Covid-related...

Written Answers — Treasury: Culture: Coronavirus (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: Treasury ministers regularly engage with ministers for the department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), including recently, to hear about the impact of COVID-19 and how the Government can continue to support the cultural and creative industries particularly affected by the Omicron variant. Following these discussions, a further £30 million from the Culture Recovery Fund (CRF)...

Written Answers — Treasury: Business: Coronavirus (11 Jan 2022)

Helen Whately: In response to the Omicron variant, the government has recently announced £1 billion of new grant support for the hospitality, leisure and cultural sectors to protect jobs and businesses through this period of uncertainty. This builds on the comprehensive economic response the government has provided over the course of the pandemic, providing around £400 billion of direct support for the...


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