People matching INSURANCE

Baroness Thatcher

Former Conservative Peer (30 Jun 1992 – 8 Apr 2013)

Lord Braine of Wheatley

Former Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1991 – 5 Jan 2000)


Results 1–20 of 45000 for insurance

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (22 Oct 2021)

Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill: Second Reading – Peter Bone. Private Members' Bills

Upcoming Business – Commons: Westminster Hall (22 Sep 2021)

Effect of recent court judgments on the cost of motor insurance – Theresa Villiers. Westminster Hall debate; 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Social Care Funding: Intergenerational Impact - Question for Short Debate (16 Sep 2021)

Lord Bethell: ...new, UK-wide health and social care levy, mean that we are not passing on the costs to future generations or increasing the public debt. I remind the noble Lord, Lord Davies, that by using national insurance contributions we are also ensuring that business contributes; it is not left just to the individual. It is progressive, in that those earning more will pay more, and has a clear...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 19 - General Functions (16 Sep 2021)

Justin Madders: ...is any doubt about this, let me put it on the record that waiting lists were already at record levels before the pandemic, and despite all the fanfare from the Prime Minister following the national insurance rise, we still do not have a guarantee that they will go down during this Parliament. Let us not forget why the last Labour Government introduced the standards. Years of underfunding...

Backbench Business: UK Maritime Sector — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (16 Sep 2021)

Anthony Mangnall: ...corners of the UK there are burgeoning businesses benefiting from the UK’s leading shipping services, whether that be in accountancy, arbitration, classification, consultancy, education, finance, insurance or legal—it is all based here. Be it in Singapore, Nigeria, Geneva or the middle east, people always talk of the UK as the capital of the shipping industry. This is something that we...

Backbench Business: UK Maritime Sector — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (16 Sep 2021)

Anthony Mangnall: ...corners of the UK there are burgeoning businesses benefiting from the UK’s leading shipping services, whether that be in accountancy, arbitration, classification, consultancy, education, finance, insurance or legal—it is all based here. Be it in Singapore, Nigeria, Geneva or the middle east, people always talk of the UK as the capital of the shipping industry. This is something that we...

Public Bill Committee: Elections Bill: Examination of Witness (16 Sep 2021)

Maurice Mcleod: I absolutely agree with that. I would go further. I do not really understand why you are not automatically registered. I remember turning 18; you get your national insurance number because going out to work and paying your national insurance and your tax are important rites of passage. I do not know why we do not do the same with voting. You should not have to apply to...

Public Bill Committee: Building Safety Bill: Clause 2 - The building safety regulator (16 Sep 2021)

Mike Amesbury: I certainly will, Mr Dowd. Giles Grover from End Our Cladding Scandal referred to the many complexities that make up the layers of the building safety scandal, from waking watch to inflated insurance premiums and the funding lottery created by the limited size and scope of the building safety fund. Do the many clauses and schedules of the Bill respond to that immediate crisis? Does clause 2...

Business of the House (16 Sep 2021)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...on universal credit earns. One in six families cannot make ends meet already, and now key workers are facing a pay freeze, a personal allowance freeze, rising council tax and an unfair national insurance rise, and the price of bread and all the basics is going up. This Tory tax rise was not a plan last week to tackle social care or the NHS waiting list, and it is still not a plan this...

England: Historic Counties - Question (16 Sep 2021)

Lord Blunkett: My Lords, the national insurance hike last week skewed funding under the Barnett formula still further. If the historic county of Yorkshire, which has a population slightly larger than Scotland’s, had its own Barnett formula, it would receive an extra £12 billion. Would that not be levelling up?

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Covid-19: Live Events Sector (16 Sep 2021)

Nadine Dorries: In July, we removed all restrictions, enabling audiences to return to live events. In August, the Government announced a live events reinsurance scheme worth £750 million, which will instil confidence and support events previously unable to obtain covid-19 cancellation insurance. DCMS has continued to support the events sector throughout the pandemic, including through the £2 billion...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (16 Sep 2021)

Nadine Dorries: ...I am determined to ensure that our sectors bounce back stronger than ever from covid. We continue to support them through this stage of the recovery, particularly through our £750 million events insurance scheme. London Fashion Week and London Tech Week are back with a bang. The creative and tech industries are British powerhouses, and I am committed to driving them to even greater...

Written Answers — Treasury: Health and Social Care Levy (16 Sep 2021)

Lord Agnew of Oulton: For 2022-23, receipts from the increase in National Insurance contributions (NICs) will go to the NHS or equivalent in each part of the UK. This builds on existing arrangements whereby a proportion of NICs is legally required to be allocated in this way. From April 2023, there will similarly be a legal requirement to allocate the Levy revenues to health and social care in each part of the UK....

Written Answers — Treasury: UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (16 Sep 2021)

Lord Agnew of Oulton: ...of the Bank of England stated that between 5,000 and 7,000 jobs had moved due to Brexit. Over a million people are employed in UK financial services. ONS data shows that jobs in financial and insurance activities have increased from 1.27 million in June 2016 at the time of the referendum to 1.45 million in June 2021. We continue to work closely with the Bank of England and Financial...

Scottish Parliament: Fairer and More Equal Society (16 Sep 2021)

Neil Gray: ...squeezed, but the UK Government is embarking on a perfect storm of tax rises and social security cuts that will devastate those on the lowest incomes. A regressive 10 per cent rise to national insurance is coming, which will disproportionately hit younger workers and the lowest paid. The disgraceful cut to universal credit, which is the biggest single cut to social security since the...

Demutualisation of Liverpool Victoria (15 Sep 2021)

John Glen: ...the regulators are undertaking rigorous processes, as evidenced by the number of meetings that they have had, to assess the viability of the transaction and the suitability of Bain to manage an insurance business. Importantly, the statutory objectives of the regulators put policyholders’ interests, as well as consideration of the impact of the transaction on the market, at the heart of...

Demutualisation of Liverpool Victoria (15 Sep 2021)

John Glen: ...the regulators are undertaking rigorous processes, as evidenced by the number of meetings that they have had, to assess the viability of the transaction and the suitability of Bain to manage an insurance business. Importantly, the statutory objectives of the regulators put policyholders’ interests, as well as consideration of the impact of the transaction on the market, at the heart of...

Universal Credit and Working Tax Credits (15 Sep 2021)

Kim Johnson: ...with the cruelty of this Tory Government. The bare, honest truth is that this cut is not fiscally competent. Hitting workers’ spending power with cuts to universal credit, a rise in national insurance contributions, a public sector pay freeze and a personal income tax freeze is not the economic competence that the Tories claim. It is the opposite. Instead of taking money out of the...

Universal Credit and Working Tax Credits (15 Sep 2021)

Kim Johnson: ...with the cruelty of this Tory Government. The bare, honest truth is that this cut is not fiscally competent. Hitting workers’ spending power with cuts to universal credit, a rise in national insurance contributions, a public sector pay freeze and a personal income tax freeze is not the economic competence that the Tories claim. It is the opposite. Instead of taking money out of the...

Council Tax - Question (15 Sep 2021)

Baroness Blake of Leeds: My Lords, the Prime Minister’s sticking plaster for the social care crisis is asking a great deal of cash-strapped councils. As a result of the proposals, they face a larger national insurance bill for their staff despite receiving less grant from central government. Does the Treasury intend to compensate councils for this rise or does it expect that councils will need to raise council tax...


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>

Create an alert

Did you find what you were looking for?

Advanced search

Find this exact word or phrase

You can also do this from the main search box by putting exact words in quotes: like "cycling" or "hutton report"

By default, we show words related to your search term, like “cycle” and “cycles” in a search for cycling. Putting the word in quotes, like "cycling", will stop this.

Excluding these words

You can also do this from the main search box by putting a minus sign before words you don’t want: like hunting -fox

We also support a bunch of boolean search modifiers, like AND and NEAR, for precise searching.

Date range

to

You can give a start date, an end date, or both to restrict results to a particular date range. A missing end date implies the current date, and a missing start date implies the oldest date we have in the system. Dates can be entered in any format you wish, e.g. 3rd March 2007 or 17/10/1989

Person

Enter a name here to restrict results to contributions only by that person.

Section

Restrict results to a particular parliament or assembly that we cover (e.g. the Scottish Parliament), or a particular type of data within an institution, such as Commons Written Answers.

Column

If you know the actual Hansard column number of the information you are interested in (perhaps you’re looking up a paper reference), you can restrict results to that; you can also use column:123 in the main search box.