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Written Answers — Treasury: Alcoholic Drinks: Excise Duties (17 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: These are commercial matters between vendors and their suppliers.

Finance (No. 2) Bill (16 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: It is a pleasure to close this debate on behalf of the Government. In a moment I will address many of the points raised in the debate, but I want to begin by reminding the House of the announcements made by the Chancellor in the Budget: more investment in infrastructure, innovation and skills; business rates cut by £7 billion, including the 50% business rates discount for the retail,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Stonewall (16 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: Details on funding in each of the last five years broken down by purpose or project Year Annual membership subscription fee 2016-17 0 2017-18 £3000 2018-19 £3000 2020-21 £3000 2021-22 £3000

Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill: Clause 1 - Up-rating of state pension and certain other benefits following review in tax year 2021-22 (15 Nov 2021)

...Fabricant Laura Farris Katherine Fletcher Mark Fletcher Nicholas Fletcher Vicky Ford Kevin Foster Mark Francois Lucy Frazer Mike Freer Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Roger Gale Mark Garnier Nick Gibb Helen Grant James Gray Chris Grayling Chris Green Damian Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Luke Hall Stephen Hammond Matthew Hancock Greg Hands Mark...

Written Answers — Treasury: Charities: Coronavirus (12 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: This Government has provided around £400 billion of direct support, to the economy during this financial year and last, which has helped to safeguard jobs, businesses and public services in the UK. Financial support during the pandemic included job and income support through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, as well as business grants and...

Written Answers — Treasury: Islamic Centre of England: Government Assistance (12 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: This Government has provided around £400 billion of direct support to the economy during this financial year and last, which has helped to safeguard jobs, businesses and public services in every region and nation of the UK. In doing so, the Government has struck a balance between making sure that support is available to those who need it most, while also protecting public money against...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Aviation (12 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: As has been the case under successive Administrations, non-scheduled air travel is necessary at times for undertaking Government and Royal Household official visits. This may be to the timing and flexibility needed, for security reasons, or due to the location being visited. It can also provide better value for money in the cases of larger delegations (which can include journalists). The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Ivory (12 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: We have not made any estimates of the number of ivory items owned by or collated in this Department or institutions owned or managed by the Government.

Written Answers — Treasury: Tobacco: Smuggling (10 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The UK is a Party to the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (the Protocol), which supports our objective to improve international coordination to tackle tobacco fraud at all points in the supply chain. The UK position on the various agenda items at the coming Meeting of the Parties (MOP) to the Protocol is being determined in advance of the meeting and will take account...

Written Answers — Treasury: Air Passenger Duty (10 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: Aviation accounts for around 8% of the UK’s total greenhouse gas emissions. International aviation is responsible for the vast majority of this contribution and accounted for 37 MtCO2e in 2019, whereas domestic aviation was responsible for 1.5 MtCO2e – equivalent to less than 1% of the UK’s total emissions in 2019. At Budget, the Government announced that, from April 2023, it will...

Written Answers — Treasury: Paraffin: Taxation (10 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: Members of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), including the United Kingdom, are prevented from taxing international aviation fuel, or any proxies for fuel, under the Chicago Convention. However, Air Passenger Duty – which raised £3.6 billion in 2019-20 – ensures that the air travel sector contributes to the cost of public services.

Written Answers — Treasury: Air Passenger Duty (10 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: At Budget, the Government announced that, from April 2023, it will introduce a new reduced domestic band of Air Passenger Duty (APD) set at £6.50 for economy passengers. The new domestic band will cover flights between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, in order to support connectivity across the UK. As a result, around 9 million passengers will pay less APD in 2023/24. In...

Written Answers — Treasury: Ministerial Boxes (9 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The green briefcase was made available to the Chancellor by an official COP26 sponsor as part of COP26 Finance Day.

Telecommunications (Security) Bill: After Clause 23 - Network Diversification (8 Nov 2021)

...Fletcher Kevin Foster Liam Fox Mark Francois Lucy Frazer Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Roger Gale Mark Garnier Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb Peter Gibson Jo Gideon John Glen Robert Goodwill Michael Gove Helen Grant James Gray Chris Grayling Chris Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Luke Hall Matthew Hancock Greg Hands Mark Harper Rebecca Harris Trudy...

Environment Bill: Clause 24 - Guidance on the OEP’s Enforcement Policy and Functions (8 Nov 2021)

...Nicholas Fletcher Kevin Foster Liam Fox Mark Francois Lucy Frazer Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Mark Garnier Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb Peter Gibson Jo Gideon John Glen Robert Goodwill Michael Gove Helen Grant Chris Grayling Chris Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Luke Hall Matthew Hancock Mark Harper Rebecca Harris Trudy Harrison Sally-Ann Hart Simon...

Environment Bill: After Clause 78 - Storm overflows (8 Nov 2021)

...Nicholas Fletcher Kevin Foster Liam Fox Mark Francois Lucy Frazer Richard Fuller Marcus Fysh Mark Garnier Nusrat Ghani Nick Gibb Peter Gibson Jo Gideon John Glen Robert Goodwill Michael Gove Helen Grant Chris Grayling Chris Green Andrew Griffith Kate Griffiths James Grundy Jonathan Gullis Robert Halfon Luke Hall Matthew Hancock Greg Hands Mark Harper Rebecca Harris Trudy Harrison Sally-Ann...

Written Answers — Treasury: Fuels: Excise Duties (8 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) published its fuel duties forecast up to and including 2026-27, as part of its Economic and fiscal outlook in October 2021. This set out that fuel duties are estimated to reach £26.8bn in 2021-22, £28.8bn in 2022-23, £29.9bn in 2023-24, £30.4bn in 2024-25, £30.7bn in 2025-26 and £31.1bn in 2026-27. There is no forecast available beyond 2026-27.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Stonewall (8 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: Subscription fees are not project funding. As noted in the PQ above, information on the Treasury’s annual subscription fees to Stonewall is available publicly.

Written Answers — Treasury: Alcoholic Drinks: VAT (8 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Treasury welcomes views from industry on the qualifying criteria for the duty relief on draught beer and cider. We will discuss this further with industry groups as part of our alcohol duty review consultation process.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Staff (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: All HMT offices are open and available for use. Ministers work from both the London and Darlington offices.


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