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Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Used Tyres (19 Sep 2016)

Michelle McIlveen: ..., as well as regulatory and communication measures. In addition, alternative uses for waste tyres are being examined. Current regulation for waste tyres is delivered through the implementation of duty of care legislation. Its requirements provide a basis for ensuring that movements of controlled wastes, which, in this case, are tyres, are properly identified, transported and otherwise...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Excise Duties: Greater Manchester (12 Sep 2016)

Jim McMahon: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will estimate how much fuel duty was collected by filling stations in Greater Manchester in each year since 2011.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Motor Vehicles: Excise Duties (9 Sep 2016)

Scott Mann: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of replacing Vehicle Excise Duty with a roads fund fuel levy that charges motorists excise duty based upon how many miles they drive; and if he will make a statement.

Chibok Schoolgirls — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (8 Sep 2016)

Virendra Sharma: ...schools, we are ensuring that children in Nigeria have access to a proper education. We hope that in our efforts, we will encourage even more Governments to offer their help. While addressing these appalling acts of terrorism, we must not in any way fuel Islamophobia. It is clear that the actions of such a group lack genuine ties to Islam, which teaches the benefits of an education for...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2016-17 (6 Sep 2016)

Ruth Davidson: ...’s statement, that includes a new manufacturing institute, investment in research and development and the decommissioning plan. Members on the Conservative benches also want to reform air passenger duty, but we believe in a more tailored approach than a blanket 50 per cent reduction could ever achieve. We will also need to work out what impact that reduction would have on the climate...

Carbon Budget Order 2016 - Motion to Approve (19 Jul 2016)

the Bishop of Salisbury: ...to the implementation of the Paris agreement. I have taken on a preaching engagement in the autumn, about which I have been feeling some trepidation. It is to preach at the annual service for the Worshipful Company of Fuellers. I am now looking forward to that event and to trying to engage with that group of people on these issues. In 2015, carbon emissions in the UK fell by 3%, mostly in...

EU Referendum: Energy and Environment (12 Jul 2016)

Barry Gardiner: ...acknowledging that neither the warm home scheme nor the energy company obligation is sufficiently well targeted to reach those most in need—precisely how she proposes to address energy efficiency and tackle the fuel poverty experienced by 2.38 million of our fellow citizens. Let me correct that, Mr Speaker: 1 should have said “2.38 million households”, in England alone....

Written Answers — Wales Office: Rural Areas: Wales (11 Jul 2016)

Guto Bebb: ...Network Operators to deliver mobile coverage to 90% of the UK’s landmass and to 95% of premises in Wales. Recognising the importance of transport costs to rural communities, we have frozen fuel duty for six successive years, the longest freeze for 40 years.

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Fuel duty regulator regime (7 Jul 2016)

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Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Fuel duties: aqua methanol etc (7 Jul 2016)

Rebecca Long-Bailey: Clause 141 and schedule 17 provide for a reduced rate of excise duty for aqua methanol that is set aside for use or used as a fuel in any engine, motor or other machinery. That reduced rate, which is 7.9p per litre, will take effect on 1 October 2016. The stated aim of the clause is to incentivise the uptake of aqua methanol as a greener fuel relative to petrol and diesel. In the 2014...

Olympic Games: Doping: Electric and Hybrid Electric Cars (6 Jul 2016)

Andrew Jones: ...period, and with further incentives through the tax system, there are clear financial benefits to assist consumers with the up-front costs of electric vehicles. The initial provision of charging and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for electric vehicles, which many Members have spoken about today, is also something with which the Government must assist. Continued growth is possible only...

Outcome of the European Union Referendum - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (5 Jul 2016)

Lord Davies of Stamford: ...has been said on the economic impact. I think it will come home to people in the next few weeks. They will notice an increase in prices when they go to the supermarket, fill up with petrol or pay their fuel bills. Incidentally, the Brexit campaign told people that fuel costs would fall if people voted for Brexit because fuel duty would be reduced. In fact, the reverse is happening. People...

Department of Energy and Climate Change: Energy Spending Priorities: Investors and Consumers (4 Jul 2016)

Angus MacNeil: ... by aiming at certain groups, but unfortunately the target and those who get hit are very different, and the Government often miss that. Insulating draughty homes can save vulnerable people from fuel poverty—a problem that remains unacceptably prevalent across the UK. My Committee’s recent report concluded that the Government’s latest efforts to improve household energy...

Outcome of the EU Referendum (27 Jun 2016)

Margaret Ferrier: ..., pre-referendum, of a punishment Budget. Will the Prime Minister assure motorists, and businesses such as Cadzow Heavy Haulage in my constituency, that the Government will not enforce a large hike on fuel duty?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 2) Bill: Second Stage (14 Jun 2016)

John O'Dowd: ...ready and watching TV. I count the TV licence as a tax: we have no control, authority or power over that tax. I had my breakfast, I left the house and I got into my car. I pay vehicle excise duty on my car: we have no control or authority over that tax. I turned on the engine. I pay fuel duty: we have no control or authority over that. I pay VAT on new tyres and parts for the car: we...

Business without Debate: Excess Winter Deaths (6 Jun 2016)

Alex Chalk: The hon. Gentleman is making a powerful speech. Does he agree that is not just about the responsibility of Government or of local authorities? Fuel companies have a duty to ensure that as wholesale prices come down so too do the bills that people, including the most vulnerable people in our society, pay.

Scottish Parliament: Taking Scotland Forward: Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform (1 Jun 2016)

Claudia Beamish: ..., to bring about an award for an on-road segregated cycling scheme, which we had thought up and which was developed as the community links plus scheme. However, SNP plans to slash air passenger duty are fiscally and environmentally irresponsible, taking millions of pounds out of public services. With our amendment, Scottish Labour asks the Scottish Government to support a ban on fracking...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Statement: Taking Scotland Forward (25 May 2016)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...across this country have access to good, affordable homes, but the houses will also deliver economic benefits. Their construction will support around 14,000 FTE jobs a year and generate around 1.8 billion in economic activity. We will also introduce a warm homes bill, making use of existing powers to tackle fuel poverty and new powers over energy efficiency. We will continue to take...

Scottish Parliament: Taking Scotland Forward (25 May 2016)

Kezia Dugdale: ...parties of the right or to the progressive parties of the left. Here are Labour’s priorities: to protect our environment and our climate, and not to open up Scotland to fracking, which is another fossil-fuel development that our environment cannot cope with and which local people do not want; to prepare our national health service for the future, while ensuring that people can access...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 May 2016)

George Osborne: I will tell the hon. Lady what we have done in recent weeks: we have taken another million people out of tax; we have frozen fuel duty; we have cut business rates for small businesses; we have seen the deficit fall by another 16 billion; we have delivered a record number of jobs; and we have introduced a national living wage. That is what we have been up to. What has Labour been up to?...


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