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Written Answers — Treasury: Research: Tax Allowances (23 Nov 2022)

Chi Onwurah: ..., with reference to paragraph 5.52 in the Autumn Statement, CP751, published on 17 November 2022, what assessment has his Department made of the potential impact of increasing the RDEC rate from 13% to 20% on the number of businesses investing in R&D.

Written Answers — Treasury: Research: Tax Allowances (23 Nov 2022)

Victoria Atkins: ...generosity of the relief making it a target for fraud. The Government is therefore rebalancing the rates of the reliefs. For expenditure on or after 1 April 2023, the RDEC rate will increase from 13 per cent to 20 per cent, the SME additional deduction will decrease from 130 per cent to 86 per cent, and the SME credit rate will decrease from 14.5 per cent to 10 per cent. These Autumn...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Update (23 Nov 2022)

Maria Caulfield: ...and they feel supported and listened to. This is why I welcome the steps taken by colleagues in the NHS to investigate these events. As my Honourable friend, Will Quince MP, stated in Parliament on 13 October 2022, this should not have happened. Therefore, it is vital that we get to the bottom of what went wrong so that we can make sure we do better in the future. As I said at the dispatch...

Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Nov 2022)

Rishi Sunak: Labour had 13 years to address this issue and did nothing. It was a Conservative Government who took action and tightened the rules. The problem with the right hon. and learned Gentleman’s idea is that it would end up “costing Britain money”—not my words, but the words of a former Labour shadow Chancellor. Rather than peddling fairy tales and gesture politics, let us tell him what we...

Public Order Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 80 (22 Nov 2022)

the Bishop of Manchester: .... I want to focus my remarks on the amendment opposing the question that Clause 12 stand part of the Bill, to which I am a signatory, but also on those opposing the questions that Clauses 10, 11, 13 and 14 stand part of the Bill. I am grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Paddick, and the noble Baroness, Lady Jones, for the way they have introduced this debate. It is deeply concerning that the...

Service Personnel and Veterans: Rehabilitation (22 Nov 2022)

Andrew Murrison: ...facilities offer physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation—fairly straightforward things. Should additional clinical decision making and diagnostics be required, referral to one of the 13 regional rehabilitation units across the UK is possible. They offer rapid access to imaging services and residential rehabilitation for those with moderate musculoskeletal injuries. When it comes to...

Delegated Legislation: Criminal Law (22 Nov 2022)

That the draft Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 (Offensive Weapons Homicide Reviews) Regulations 2022, which were laid before this House on 13 October, be approved.

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Clause 2 - Extension of sunset under section 1 (22 Nov 2022)

Brendan O'Hara: .... As my hon. Friend correctly pointed out a few moments ago, if there are that many mistakes in this legislation, goodness knows what is yet to appear and what will be missed in the coming 13 months if we are to stick to the insane timeline that the Government are working to. Having said that we will oppose the Bill every step of the way, we feel duty-bound to highlight its most glaring...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Commons Reasons: Motion A (22 Nov 2022)

Lord Northbrook: ...this House to endorse. I therefore urge the Government to ensure that the Bill benefits not just the network operators’ balance sheets, but the public interest.”—[Official Report, Commons, 13/9/16; col. 828.] Overall, I am disappointed at the lack of compromise elsewhere by the Government and the absence of rigorous evidence for the Bill. It appears that its policy development has...

Energy (oil and gas) profits levy (22 Nov 2022)

Stephen Crabb: It found that over the past 10 years if we had increased the state pension by CPI—the consumer prices index—inflation rather than by the triple lock measures, we would have saved almost £13 billion. If we had applied the same uprating measures to the state pension as we did to working-age benefits, that figure would have become about £23 billion. The triple lock is a very...

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Clause 1 - Sunset of EU-derived subordinate legislation and retained direct EU legislation (22 Nov 2022)

Alex Sobel: .... That legislation also works with other chemicals regulations listed on the Government dashboard, such as the Toys (Safety) Regulations 2011 and the Cosmetic Products Enforcement Regulations 2013, which restrict the use of certain chemicals in those products. REACH places restrictions on the use of more than 2,000 harmful chemicals on which it has taken more than 13 years to legislate at...

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Clause 1 - Sunset of EU-derived subordinate legislation and retained direct EU legislation (22 Nov 2022)

...list of any provision to which this Act applies which confers rights or protections on workers which has not been— (a) subject to regulations under section 1(2), (b) restated under section 12 or 13, (c) replaced under section 15(2), or (d) revoked under section 15(3) and replaced with alternative provision as at 1 January 2023.”

Asylum Seekers Contingency Accommodation: Belfast (22 Nov 2022)

Claire Hanna: one of my constituents, Mustafa, who, since arriving in Northern Ireland in January this year, has been living in one room with his wife, Linda, and their three boys, who are aged five, six and 13. They spend most of their days in their room. They eat at set mealtimes, and are unable to choose what to eat. They are unable to have the simple family pleasure of shared mealtimes. They all...

Public Bill Committee: UK Infrastructure Bank Bill [Lords]: Clause 7 - Directors: appointment and tenure (22 Nov 2022)

James Murray: Amendment 12 seeks to limit the maximum number of directors on the board of the bank, moving it down from 14 to eight. Amendment 13 stipulates that at least four of the board members must be non-executive directors. We will be opposing amendment 12, as we believe that it is important for a range of views and expertise to be represented on the board of the bank. We believe that narrowing the...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Schedule 7 - Cryptoassets: civil recovery (22 Nov 2022)

...54. Amendment 57, in schedule 7, page 211, line 39, leave out “(1)(a) or (b)” and insert “(1)”. This amendment is consequential on Amendment 54. Amendment 58, in schedule 7, page 213, line 2, leave out “with the approval of” and insert “if the officer is a senior officer or is authorised to do so by”. This amendment amends inserted section 303Z48 of the Proceeds of...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Department for Education: Disclosure of Information (22 Nov 2022)

Nick Gibb: ...clauses should not be used to prevent staff from raising or discussing allegations of bullying, harassment, or discrimination. The Department did enter into some such agreements between 2010 and 2013. The table below shows the number of such agreements and the financial settlements agreed in each financial year. Financial Year Number of agreements Cost of settlements 2010/11 Fewer...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Repairs and Maintenance (22 Nov 2022)

Nick Gibb: .../file/989912/Condition_of_Scho ol_Buildings_Survey_CDC1_-_key_findings_report.pdf. Well maintained, safe school buildings are a priority for the Department. The Department has allocated over £13 billion for improving the school estate since 2015, including £1.8 billion committed in 2022, and is also rebuilding 500 schools through the School Rebuilding Programme. The Department also...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Discharges (22 Nov 2022)

Andrew Murrison: ...principal cause of mental and behavioural disorders between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2022, by Service and financial year. Royal Navy Army RAF Year Number % Number % Number % 2012-13 45 10% 188 11% 30 15% 2013-14 36 11% 279 13% 29 19% 2014-15 40 11% 282 13% 37 25% 2015-16 72 17% 363 21% 38 28% 2016-17 62 14% 385 20% 42 30% 2017-18...

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