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Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Alternative Fuel Payments: Houseboats (27 Mar 2023)

Amanda Solloway: ...Fund where otherwise eligible. To check eligibility and apply, people need to search for “Apply for the alternative fuel bill support if you do not get it automatically” in the search bar on GOV.UK or in an internet search engine. The Government is also keen to support those without fixed address. The Government is currently working to find an acceptable method for these households...

Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Bill - Second Reading (24 Mar 2023)

the Earl of Leicester: ..., if they are overheard telling a saucy joke or expressing an incorrect opinion, such as saying that they do not think trans women are women, they could be permanently banned from their favourite pub or restaurant? Hugh Osmond, the head of Punch Taverns, said: “How could we stop a group of people coming into a pub and having an offensive chat in the comer? You may even need extra staff...

Veterans Advisory and Pensions Committees Bill (24 Mar 2023)

Robin Millar: ...Friend has mentioned the Mulberry harbours. He may be interested to know one of the places where they were tested and developed is in my constituency. On the banks of the River Conwy is the Mulberry pub, which is on the site of their development. May I make a more serious point, however? Does this not reflect the diversity of the skills that members of our armed forces possess, and the...

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 37 (23 Mar 2023)

Lord Prentis of Leeds: ...but throughout the UK. I acknowledged that the reasons for this were complex and that concern about the increasing use of statutory instruments was not something you would hear discussed in the pub or the supermarket, or even around the breakfast table. So why does it matter? It matters because the processes of Parliament through which we govern are so important. They instil trust and...

Heritage Assets: London (23 Mar 2023)

Julia Lopez: ...affect its character without the permission of the local council. A recent example in which a local authority played a critical role was the reopening of the Tavern Inn, a London grade II listed pub, six years after its illegal demolition: the owners were ordered to rebuild it brick for brick following a planning enforcement ruling. It is hoped that such cases will prevent developers from...

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 33 (23 Mar 2023)

Lord Woodley: support these amendments. I have another basic question for the Minister: what exactly is meant by “reasonable steps” to ensure compliance? Is it a stern word on the picket line, or down the pub? Maybe it is naming and shaming members who are nervous about strike-breaking—or is it simply the union disciplining workers if they do not comply? What is a reasonable step? We need...

Backbench Business: Whistleblowing Awareness Week — [Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] (23 Mar 2023)

Seema Malhotra: ...reports across the public and private sectors, and reports of harassment against those threatening to whistleblow are increasing. That is utterly unacceptable. Last year the International Bar Association, as has been mentioned, conducted the first review of its kind to assess countries with whistleblower legislation against compliance with international best practice. The UK ranked only...

Backbench Business: World Down Syndrome Day (23 Mar 2023)

Matthew Offord: .... Member for Strangford said, Jack used to be a barista, which he claims he would be quite happy to go back to, but I hope he continues to act. He has recently been filmed playing a harmonica in a bar, which shows he has a range of talents and interests. Maybe there should be a genre of films with leading characters with Down syndrome, but before I am criticised for singling people out, I...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Electronic Cigarettes (23 Mar 2023)

Seema Malhotra: ...the Secretary of State for Business and Trade, what discussions her Department has had with (a) Trading Standards and (b) the Office for Product Safety and Standards on e-cigarette manufacturer Elf Bar overfilling e-cigarette devices.

Scottish Parliament: Sexual Misconduct Allegations (Councillors) (23 Mar 2023)

Ben Macpherson: ...predators could be councillors. That is why we are undertaking measures to improve matters, including taking forward a review of section 31 of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 in order to bar individuals who are on the sex offenders register from being councillors, and we are continuing to consider matters relating to the councillors’ code of conduct.

Scottish Parliament: IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (23 Mar 2023)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...change COP summits over many years now, and I know that there is a recognition of Scotland’s leadership—if not here, in this Parliament, then certainly among countries overseas. However, the bar for world leadership is set too low. Every country needs to do more, and to do it with urgency, and Scotland must continue to lead by example.

Business and Trade: Energy-intensive Industries (23 Mar 2023)

David Duguid: intensive industries scheme. Representatives of the Scotch Whisky Association tell me that they are surprised not to be included in that scheme—especially as manufacturers of wine, cider and beer are—despite falling within the top 20% of sectors by energy intensity and the top 40% by trade intensity. Will the Minister meet me and representatives of that industry to discuss this...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued) (22 Mar 2023)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: ...otherwise. Simply put, this will support the plan-led system by making it harder for planning decisions not to accord with the development plan and the national development management policies. The bar for developers will be higher if they wish to argue at appeal that their proposals should still gain planning permission even though they do not accord with the development plan and the...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (7th Day): Amendment 180 (22 Mar 2023)

the Earl of Lytton: ...not know which —for the privilege of being a landlord. It confers no inspection or anything else. There do not seem to be any checks, just an address and a £600 fee every year. That is not small beer; it makes the difference between the thing being a reasonably profitable investment and being highly marginal. There is a risk that the fee can be used as a milch cow, which I rather object...

Family Court Reform and CAFCASS (22 Mar 2023)

Jess Phillips: ...that work seems to be underfunded, and the work is an unattractive prospect, meaning that, from what I can tell—from the cases that I have seen and reviewed, and from the members of the Family Law Bar Association I speak to—the system is faltering at the moment. I want to know and feel that there is some progress, and that I will not get another email— inevitably I will tomorrow, but...

Northern Ireland (22 Mar 2023)

Chris Heaton-Harris: ...will automatically be disapplied in Northern Ireland after two weeks. The EU can challenge the use of the brake only through international arbitration, after the law has been suspended, where the bar to overturn it will be exceptionally high. The Stormont brake is one of the most significant changes that my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister has secured. It is a robust change that gives...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Leisure and Service Industries: Government Assistance (22 Mar 2023)

Lord Johnson of Lainston: ...pressures and make facilities more energy efficient. It has also been announced that there will be an increase in Draught Relief from 1 August to 9.2% to freeze the duty charged on a typical pint of beer in the pub and ensure this will always be lower than in the supermarket. The Autumn Statement 2022 announced a package of changes to business rates worth £13.6bn over the next 5 years...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Income Tax (Charge) (21 Mar 2023)

Pat McFadden: ...pointing to how they would fund it”, adding that the shadow Health Secretary should think about the impact on the public finances. And what did the Tories do then? They said, “Wes, hold my beer.” Just days later, having denounced a smaller NHS scheme as being completely unaffordable, they proposed to abolish the entire lifetime allowance for everyone. According to the Tory argument,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Spirits: Excise Duties (21 Mar 2023)

James Cartlidge: ...published reform rates and structures by RPI from 1 August 2023. However, recognising the vital role pubs play in our communities, the Government will ensure the duty on an average draught pint of beer served in a pub does not increase. Exchequer impacts of this measure are set out in Table 4.1 of Spring Budget 2023 and have been certified by the Office for Budget Responsibility. More...

Written Answers — Treasury: Beer: Excise Duties (21 Mar 2023)

Matt Vickers: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he has plans to reduce beer duty in the context of the cost of living crisis.

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