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7. Income tax (attribution of trade profits etc to a tax year) (2 Nov 2021)

...Lee Anderson Stuart Anderson Stuart Andrew Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Richard Bacon Kemi Badenoch Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Scott Benton Paul Beresford Jake Berry Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bone Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella...

Finance (Money) (2 Nov 2021)

...and Means, the Prime Minister, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, Secretary Grant Shapps, Secretary Nadine Dorries, Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Secretary Michael Gove, Simon Clarke, John Glen, Helen Whately and Lucy Frazer bring in the Bill.

Written Answers — Treasury: Freeports (2 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: Our focus has been to encourage new investment to create new businesses and new economic activity. When designating Freeports we required bidders to explain how their choice of tax site locations minimises displacement of economic activity from wider local areas, especially other economically disadvantaged areas. The OBR recognised this in their Economic and Fiscal Outlook. As announced...

Written Answers — Treasury: Families: Government Assistance (2 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Government is committed to supporting families this winter, helping them to meet the cost of living, and ensuring that work continues to pay. Over the winter, the £500 million Household Support Fund will help vulnerable households with the cost of essentials such as food, clothing and utilities. £421 million of the fund will be distributed through local authorities in England, who are...

Treasury: NHS Trusts: Capital Spending (2 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: It has just been announced, through the spending review, that the NHS will receive: over £12 billion of capital funding for investment in and maintenance of the NHS estate; £5.9 billion for diagnostics, technology and elective recovery; £4.2 billion for at least 70 hospital upgrades and 40 new hospitals; and funding to eradicate mental health dormitories. That is on top of £500 million of...

Treasury: Young People: High-skilled Jobs (2 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: Through our plan for jobs, nearly 95,000 young people so far have started a kickstart job; we have extended that scheme to March 2022. More than 100,000 apprentices, of whom 75% were under 25 years old, have been hired under our new incentive payments. More than 17,000 young people have started a traineeship, and we have provided funding for 24,000 traineeships a year at the spending review.

Treasury: Topical Questions (2 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Government are focused on delivering more homes where they are most urgently needed, but we need the right infrastructure in place to facilitate this. Many of the Government’s core housing supply programmes, including an additional £1.5 billion announced at the spending review, focus on precisely that point. Recent reforms to the NHS capital regime, some of which have been legislated...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Services: Finance (1 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: At the Spending Review it was announced that Government is providing Local Government with £4.8bn of new grant over three years to meet core pressures in social care and other services. In addition to this, if local authorities were to use the full flexibility that we have assumed for the purposes of the Spending Review settlement, they are expected to have access to up to £1.7bn of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Land Registry: Public Expenditure (1 Nov 2021)

Simon Clarke: As part of the Spending Review, Her Majesty’s Land Registry (HMLR) is investing in additional caseworker capacity in the short term to address a backlog of cases for updating or changing the Land Register. Processing these outstanding registrations will provide additional exchequer revenue. Over the Spending Review period we will also be investing in digital transformation and automation...

Written Answers — Treasury: Budgets: Disclosure of Information (29 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: HM Treasury takes the recommendations of the Macpherson review seriously, and has followed these in full. The reforms to the UK’s Tonnage Tax regime which the Honourable lady has asked about have been announced months before they come into force in April 2022.

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Sector: Pay (28 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The temporary pay pause announced at SR20 was a difficult but necessary step in the face of huge uncertainty and the unprecedented impact COVID-19 had on the economy. This helped protect jobs at a time of crisis and ensure fairness between the private and public sectors. The private sector saw suppressed earnings growth and increased redundancies: employment fell by 2.9% between Q1 2020 and...

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Sector: Pay (28 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: Pay for most frontline workforces – including nurses, police officers, prison officers and teachers is set through an independent Pay Review Body process. The independent review bodies provide evidence-based advice to the government on levels of pay for their remit groups. In making recommendations, review bodies need to consider both the need to recruit, retain and motivate suitably able...

Written Answers — Treasury: Freeports: Customs (28 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: As part of the Freeport customs model, customs site operators are required to have Authorised Economic Operator (Safety and Security) (AEO(S)) (a well-recognised international standard) or equivalent authorisation. Freeport businesses must also be authorised by HMRC before being permitted to operate and benefit from the customs facilitations. These authorisations support our robust commitment...

Income Tax (Charge) (27 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: They are worth £76 billion.

Written Answers — Treasury: National Insurance (27 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The government published distributional analysis on its plan for health and social care, alongside the announcement on 7 September. This showed that lower-income households will be large net beneficiaries from this package, with the poorest households gaining most (as a proportion of income).

Judicial Review and Courts Bill (26 Oct 2021)

...Stuart Andrew Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Richard Bacon Kemi Badenoch Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker Steven Baker Steve Barclay John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Scott Benton Paul Beresford Jake Berry Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Peter Bone Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella Braverman Jack...

Budget: Pre-announcement of Provisions (26 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: Mr Speaker, I have the deepest respect for you, this House and all its processes. It is a pleasure to be with you this afternoon. The ability of Parliament to scrutinise the Government, including the Budget, is clearly crucial, which is why we have five days of parliamentary debate ahead of us this week and next, and it is why my right hon. Friend the Chancellor will, in addition, be...

Written Answers — Treasury: Members: Correspondence (26 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: I responded to the Honourable Member’s correspondence on 20 October 2021.

Written Answers — Treasury: Universal Credit (26 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: Through Universal Credit, the government has designed a modern benefit system that ensures it always pays to work and withdraws support at a gradual rate as claimants move into work, replacing the old legacy system which applied effective tax rates of over 90% to lower earners in some cases. There has been significant investment in Universal Credit in recent years, including the reduction...

Written Answers — Treasury: Freeports: Scotland (25 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: Freeports will be national hubs for trade, innovation and commerce, regenerating communities across the UK attracting new businesses, spreading jobs, investment and opportunity to towns and cities up and down the country. We remain committed to establishing at least one Freeport in Scotland and specific locations will be chosen in a fair, open and transparent allocation process.

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