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Non-domicile Tax Status (31 Jan 2023)

Andrew Griffith: As the Chancellor has said, it is important to look at any proposals on non-doms in the light of the true impact on the public finances. I will respond to some of the points Members made shortly, but let me first remind the House that it is well established, in particular in developing policy, that Ministers of the Crown must be able to receive free and frank advice from...

IMF Economic Outlook (31 Jan 2023)

James Cartlidge: suddenly the party of sound money. Since the speech—I think it was two weeks ago—in which the leader of the Labour party promised to put away the great big Government cheque book, Labour has made £45 billion of unfunded spending commitments. We all know where that ends. Labour starts writing blank cheques, and it ends with a letter from its Chief Secretary to the Treasury to the...

Essex Mental Health Independent Inquiry (31 Jan 2023)

Neil O'Brien: ...for securing this important debate, and I thank her and all the local MPs—my right hon. Friend the Member for Witham (Priti Patel), my hon. Friend the Member for Rochford and Southend East (Sir James Duddridge) and my right hon. Friend the Member for Maldon (Sir John Whittingdale)—for their dogged work over a long period in trying to get justice both for those in the Public Gallery...

Levelling-up Missions: East of England — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (31 Jan 2023)

Dehenna Davison: place, as I know that my Department, and Departments across Government, are working incredibly hard to ensure we make progress on those areas. My hon. Friend the Member for North West Norfolk (James Wild) raised the issue of gigabit broadband coverage. In the east of England alone, that has increased from 5% in November 2019 to 61% in January 2022, and since then that coverage has been...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Palestinian Territories: Israeli Settlements (31 Jan 2023)

James Cleverly: ...route to a viable Palestinian state. We strongly believe that is in Israel’s best interests, and therefore we do speak out—we have done in the past, and we will do again—if decisions are made that we believe jeopardise the credible option of a viable two-state solution.

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement (31 Jan 2023)

James Cleverly: ...clarity for all UK industries, and ensure that we have a good and close economic relationship, as well as a social relationship with our near neighbours and good partners. Reinforcing the point I made to the hon. Member for Gordon (Richard Thomson), I think that the pipe dream about the ease with which a Scotland separated from the UK could join the EU requires a bit closer analysis, and...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ukraine: Humanitarian Support (31 Jan 2023)

James Cleverly: The hon. and gallant Gentleman is right to say that Russia has made a concerted effort to fracture the international coalition of condemnation, particularly in the global south and in Africa. My ministerial colleagues and I, and in particular the Development Minister, my right hon. Friend the Member for Sutton Coldfield (Mr Mitchell), have been doing very focused work on countering Russian...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (31 Jan 2023)

James Cleverly: ...further 6,000 since. The administration of the schemes the hon. Member has raised is a matter for the Home Office, but we continue to liaise very closely on operationalising the commitments we have made to the Afghan people.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Sport Winter Survival Package (31 Jan 2023)

James Wild: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to the Answer of 19 December 2022 to Question 107201, if he will list the value of the loans made to each of those 15 sports.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Pets (Microchips) Bill (30 Jan 2023)

James Daly: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what assessment her Department has made of the potential merits of the Pets (Microchips) Bill.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Equality (30 Jan 2023)

James Cartlidge: its annual reports on the public website, in accordance with the requirements of the Public Sector Equality Duty 2011 and GDPR 2018 regulations. Departmental monitoring data is made available to staff in the department as necessary – including union representatives.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Cameroon: Foreign Relations (27 Jan 2023)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: ...'s Minister of Defence earlier this month, and set out the UK's commitment to supporting a peaceful resolution to conflict in the North-West South-West regions. The former Minister for Africa, Sir James Duddridge MP, also made this commitment to President Biya and Prime Minister Ngute when he visited Cameroon in March 2021.

Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Alex Norris: ...people who loved and were loved. They would have been people who would have become their nation’s Picasso or Byron; young people who did not yet know that they loved science but who would have made discoveries that would have transformed humanity; political leaders who would have fought for hope and inclusion; and people who would have started businesses that would have enriched the...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy Bills Rebate: Norfolk (26 Jan 2023)

James Wild: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what recent estimate his Department has made of the number of park home residents eligible for the Energy Bills Support Scheme-Alternative Fund in (a) North West Norfolk constituency and (b) Norfolk.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: BBC: Local Broadcasting (26 Jan 2023)

James Wild: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment her Department has made of the potential impact of the BBC’s revised proposals for local radio services in England on (a) listeners and (b) BBC employees.

Wagner Group: Sanctions Regime (25 Jan 2023)

James Cartlidge: ...merits. However, I can confirm that in the light of recent cases, and related to this question, the Treasury is now considering whether this approach is the right one and whether changes can be made without the Treasury assuming unacceptable legal risk, while ensuring that we adhere to the rule of law. In advance of that, I know that the entire House shares the same goal: to support...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Afghanistan: Refugees (23 Jan 2023)

James Heappey: Significant progress has been made to accelerate casework processing, and we are focussing casework resource on finding those Afghan nationals who are eligible for ARAP. However, timescales can nonetheless vary due to a number of factors, including case complexity, the need to conduct checks with other Government Departments, and our reliance on applicants responding to queries before we can...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Boxing: Finance (23 Jan 2023)

James Daly: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, whether her Department has made an assessment of the potential positive impact of grass roots boxing clubs in their local communities; and if she will make a statement.

Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill (20 Jan 2023)

Kevin Hollinrake: ..., in partnership with key stakeholders, and will be subject to a full consultation period before the final version is brought to this House for approval. Let me address some specific points made by hon. Members in this debate. The hon. Member for Reading East (Matt Rodda) talked about the benefits to lower-income workers and to towns with lots of hospitality workers, such as Reading, and...

Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol: Scrutiny of EU Legislative Proposals (European Affairs Committee Sub-Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (20 Jan 2023)

Baroness Hoey: My Lords, the noble Lord, Lord Jay, has made some very sensible points on behalf of his Select Committee on improving the scrutiny of EU legislation applying to Northern Ireland and the democratic deficit. However, that all addresses the symptoms, not the problem. What is the point of that scrutiny? We could sit for hours scrutinising everything that the EU wants to do to Northern Ireland if...

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