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Written Answers — Treasury: Child Tax Credit (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: Child Tax Credit (CTC) supports families with the extra costs of raising a child. The Government currently has no plans for splitting CTC in cases where parents have joint care, because there are provisions in place allowing parents to make a joint election as to who should receive the payments. Where parents cannot agree, HM Revenue & Customs can decide who shall be entitled based on the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Children: Day Care (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: The front line phonelines for the Childcare Service are provided by HMRC’s delivery partners NS&I. HMRC liaise closely with NS&I to ensure a consistently good service is provided to agreed service standards. HMRC work collaboratively to overcome any short term issues that may arise such as Covid-19 related temporary staff shortages.

Written Answers — Treasury: Consumer Goods: Prices (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: As the global economy recovers, many economies are experiencing high inflation, in part due to pressures from rising energy prices and disruptions to global supply chains. These global pressures are the main driver of higher inflation in the UK. We understand the pressure that a higher cost of living places on people and low-income families. The government is providing support worth over...

Written Answers — Treasury: Council Tax: Rebates (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: The council tax rebate will be administered by local authorities as a £150 payment to families to help ease cost of living pressures. All households that are eligible for the rebate will receive the payment in full, including households in bands A-D who do not pay council tax due to receipt of Local Council Tax Support. The use of the council tax system enables support to be provided quickly...

Written Answers — Treasury: Private Rented Housing: Cost of Living (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: As the global economy recovers, many economies are experiencing high inflation, in part due to pressures from rising energy prices and disruptions to global supply chains. These global pressures are the main driver of higher inflation in the UK. The latest ONS data shows that private rental prices paid by tenants in the UK rose by 2% in the 12 months to January 2022. This is compared to an...

Written Answers — Treasury: Council Tax: Rebates (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities is continuing to engage with local authorities on the implementation of the council tax energy rebate. This includes the approach to households in bands A-D that do not pay by direct debit, or do not pay council tax because they are in receipt of Local Council Tax Support.

Written Answers — Treasury: Council Tax: Rebates (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities continues to engage with local authorities on the implementation of the council tax energy rebate. Local authorities will be provided with additional new burdens funding to administer the rebate and the associated discretionary funding.

Written Answers — Treasury: Business (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: Following the Withdrawal Agreement, the UK agreed the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) with the EU – the first free trade agreement the EU has ever reached based on zero tariffs and zero quotas, helping to support businesses. The TCA means that the UK can now regulate in a way that suits the UK economy and UK businesses – doing things in a more innovative way, without being bound...

Written Answers — Treasury: Children: Day Care (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: The Childcare Service, which delivers eligibility checking for 30 hours free childcare for 3 and 4-year-old children of working parents, is designed to give quick decisions and quick access to reviews when parents disagree with decisions. Cases are routinely monitored. Only a tiny fraction of parents go on to appeal to an independent tribunal after the review process concludes, only 1% last year.

Written Answers — Treasury: Children: Day Care (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: In 2021 HMRC overturned 750 decisions that parents were not eligible for 30 hours free childcare for 3 and 4-year-old children of working parents on review or appeal, out of 815,000 customer journeys. This represents 0.1% of all eligibility decisions being overturned.

Written Answers — Treasury: Freeports (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: Freeports are playing a crucial role in our post-COVID-19 recovery, helping to build back better, drive clean growth and contribute to realising the Levelling Up agenda. We have designated tax sites through secondary legislation in four Freeports and we will continue to designate more tax sites this year. Legislation has also been laid to underpin the customs and VAT regime and two customs...

Written Answers — Treasury: Police: Allowances (23 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: Additional allowances paid to police officers such as subsistence, lodging and supplementary rent allowances are not taxable providing they have been paid in respect of duties performed away from the officer’s normal station. Additionally, the allowances must also have been provided on the basis that the temporary posting is not expected to and does not exceed 24 months.

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Schedule 3 - Judicial offices (22 Feb 2022)

Simon Clarke: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read the Third time. I would like to make a short statement about our involvement with the devolved Administrations. Officials worked closely and collaboratively with the devolved Administrations throughout the Bill’s passage, and I am pleased to report that the Scottish Government, the Welsh Senedd and the Northern Ireland Assembly have each passed a...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: New Clause 8 - Compensation of losses incurred by closure of legacy schemes (22 Feb 2022)

...Bryant Karen Buck Richard Burgon Ian Byrne Liam Byrne Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Dan Carden Alistair Carmichael Sarah Champion Douglas Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Feryal Clark Daisy Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Ronnie Cowan Angela Crawley Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas Judith Cummins Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Alex Davies-Jones Martyn Day Marsha de...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 6 - Immediate choice to receive new scheme benefits (22 Feb 2022)

Amendment made: 1, page 7, line 21, leave out “in relation to the scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes.

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 10 - Deferred choice to receive new scheme benefits (22 Feb 2022)

Amendment made: 2, page 9, line 31, leave out “in relation to the scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes.

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 14 - Pension benefits and lump sum benefits: pensioner and deceased members (22 Feb 2022)

...comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes. Amendment 4, page 12, line 26, leave out “in relation to the Chapter 1 legacy scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force in...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 15 - Pension contributions: pensioner and deceased members (22 Feb 2022)

...comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes. Amendment 6, page 13, line 13, leave out “in relation to the Chapter 1 legacy scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force in...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 16 - Pension contributions: active and deferred members (immediate correction) (22 Feb 2022)

...such a way that it comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes. Amendment 9, page 14, line 13, leave out “in relation to the scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [Lords]: Clause 17 - Pension contributions: active and deferred members (deferred correction) (22 Feb 2022)

Amendment made: 10, page 15, line 3, leave out “in relation to the scheme”.—(Mr Simon Clarke.) This amendment caters for the possibility that the power in clause 129(2) to commence this Chapter before 1 October 2023 may be exercised in such a way that it comes into force in relation to a particular scheme at different times for different purposes.


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