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Attorney General: Serious Fraud Office (4 Feb 2021)

Barry Sheerman: May I remind the Minister that many people believe that the Serious Fraud Office is seriously underfunded and under-resourced? It has just abandoned its inquiry into British American Tobacco. It is not able to take on the big boys and girls that cause the real trouble here, including serious financial misdeeds. When is he going to start again, look at the Serious Fraud Office, and give it the...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Tobacco: Litter (20 Nov 2020)

Matthew Offord: ...the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, whether he has received an offer from (a) Philip Morris International, (b) Imperial Brands, (c) Japan Tobacco International and (d) British American Tobacco to tackle litter from their products following the ministerial round table held by his Department in September 2020 on that matter; and if he will bring forward...

Smokefree England: Covid-19 and PHE Abolition (12 Nov 2020)

Jim Shannon: ...us direction on that? How can we ensure that things are done correctly? I hope the Minister is aware of the article in The Observer in October that highlighted that a supplier working on behalf of British American Tobacco was caught handing out samples from BAT’s popular e-cigarette brand to a 17-year-old without carrying out any kind of age check. That contravenes the spirit, if not...

WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (5 Mar 2020)

Bob Blackman: ...smoking rates decline. It is not only Philip Morris International that is attempting to buy influence with Governments; other tobacco companies are doing so. In 2018, The Observer revealed that British American Tobacco, despite being aware that article 5.3 of the WHO framework convention applies to local authorities, had been attempting to partner with councils. The UK Government have...

Written Answers — Attorney General: British American Tobacco (4 Jul 2019)

Anneliese Dodds: To ask the Attorney General, what the status is of the Serious Fraud Office investigation into British American Tobacco that was opened in 2017.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Motor Sports: Tobacco (18 Jun 2019)

Lord Teverson: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the sponsorship of the Ferrari and McLaren Formula One teams by Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco; and whether (1) those sponsorships, and (2) related branding displayed on cars due to be racing at the British Grand Prix, are in accordance with (a) EU, and (b) UK, laws on tobacco advertising.

Tobacco Companies (Transparency) (9 Apr 2019)

Bob Blackman: ...monitoring and surveillance of the industry, and provides for the collection and dissemination of such data. It should be remembered that two of the four major transnational tobacco manufacturers, British American Tobacco and Imperial, are domiciled in the UK and are two of the largest companies listed on the London stock market, even though all cigarette manufacturing in the UK has...

Vaping - Question (13 Nov 2018)

Lord Vaux of Harrowden: I beg leave to ask the Question standing in my name on the Order Paper. In doing so, I declare that I hold shares in British American Tobacco, which are below the threshold for registration.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (27 Feb 2018)

Science and Technology: E-Cigarettes. 9:30 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Dr Ian Jones, Vice President, Reduced-Risk Products, Japan Tobacco International Dr Chris Proctor, Chief Scientific Officer, British American Tobacco Dr Moira Gilchrist, Vice President, Scientific and Public Communications, Philip Morris Limited Dr Grant O’Connell, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, Fontem Ventures Professor David Harrison, Chair of the UK Committee on Carcinogenicity of...

British American Tobacco - Question (17 Oct 2017)

British American Tobacco - Question

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Bangladesh: British American Tobacco (16 Oct 2017)

Bob Blackman: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, whether the Government has given assistance to British American Tobacco in its challenge to the claim for unpaid VAT brought against it by the Government of Bangladesh; and if he will make a statement.

Backbench Business: Tobacco Control Plan — [Mr Graham Brady in the Chair] (13 Oct 2016)

Bob Blackman: ...UK was ranked as the world’s most successful country on tobacco control by the Association of European Cancer Leagues. We should never forget that two of the biggest tobacco firms in the world, British American Tobacco and Imperial, are based in the UK, along with Gallaher, which is now an important part of Japan Tobacco International. We simply cannot sit back and watch smoking rates...

HMRC: Building Our Future Plan (28 Apr 2016)

Valerie Vaz: ...call out, “Coffee for no tax!” That has had a huge effect on making people aware that Starbucks was not paying any money. It has been pointed out by the International Business Times that Shell, British American Tobacco, Lloyds banking group and Vodafone all paid nothing in corporation tax. You will remember, Mr Deputy Speaker, that the former head, David Hartnett, had 10 lunches with...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (16 Mar 2016)

Caroline Flint: ...in 2015, paid just £130 million in tax after a six-year investigation into what it should have paid over 10 years. The problem is not confined to Google. There is Facebook, AstraZeneca, Vodafone, British American Tobacco—the list of corporate giants with light UK tax bills goes on and on. We might not like it, but those companies have not acted illegally. They are planning their taxes...

Multinational Enterprises (Financial Transparency) (15 Mar 2016)

Caroline Flint: ...“2014 was a remarkable year for AstraZeneca”, according to its chief executive officer—it did, after all, have full-year revenues of more than $26 billion. I could also mention Vodafone and British American Tobacco—the list of corporate giants with light UK tax bills goes on. It is because of that that I fully support the Chancellor’s legislation to require financial reporting to...

Tax Avoidance and Multinational Companies (3 Feb 2016)

Caroline Flint: .... We have to do more on this. We can add other household names to the list of companies that paid no corporation tax in 2014: Shell, Lloyds Banking Group, AstraZeneca, SAB Miller, Vodafone and British American Tobacco. Those six companies made a combined profit of £30 billion in 2014, yet they are notionally making no money in the UK.

Tax Avoidance and Multinational Companies (3 Feb 2016)

Caroline Flint: .... We have to do more on this. We can add other household names to the list of companies that paid no corporation tax in 2014: Shell, Lloyds Banking Group, AstraZeneca, SAB Miller, Vodafone and British American Tobacco. Those six companies made a combined profit of £30 billion in 2014, yet they are notionally making no money in the UK.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Tobacco: Excise Duties (2 Feb 2016)

Lord O'Neill of Gatley: ...is being used to authenticate cigarettes and hand-rolling tobacco that carry the code, which are those produced by Phillip Morris International, Japan Tobacco International, Imperial Tobacco and British American Tobacco. No discussions have taken place with these companies on the scope or format of HMRC’s planned review.

[Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Tobacco Control Strategy (17 Dec 2015)

Kevin Barron: ...tobacco companies promote their deadly products around the world. It was rightly considered a scandal earlier this year when the British high commissioner to Pakistan was revealed to have attended a British American Tobacco meeting with the Government of Pakistan, at which BAT lobbied the Government not to implement tougher health warnings on cigarette packs—a campaign that was...


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