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Environment Bill: Clause 2 - Environmental targets: particulate matter (20 Oct 2021)

...Lee Anderson Stuart Andrew Edward Argar Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Richard Bacon Kemi Badenoch Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker Steven Baker Harriett Baldwin Steve Barclay John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Scott Benton Paul Beresford Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bone Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve...

Written Answers — Treasury: Overseas Aid: Sudan (20 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: As part of the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative, the UK will provide debt cancellation on Sudan’s bilateral debt owed to the UK. Sudan owes the UK a total of £861m (as of August 2020). HM Treasury does not hold any of the debt owed to the UK by Sudan and the debt relief for Sudan will not appear in HM Treasury’s annual report and accounts. The UK reports all ODA eligible...

Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits: Overpayments (20 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The most recent estimate of the total amount due from Tax Credits overpayments was published in October 2020 in the 2019/20 HM Revenue and Customs Annual Report and Accounts as £4.8 billion as at 31 March 2020.

Written Answers — Treasury: Universal Credit: Tameside (20 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The government has always been clear that the £20 per week increase to Universal Credit was a temporary measure to support households whose incomes and earnings were affected by the economic shock of Covid-19. Now that the economy has reopened, the government is focusing on supporting people to move into and progress in work through the comprehensive Plan for Jobs. The £2 billion Kickstart...

Written Answers — Treasury: Members: Correspondence (20 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: I responded to the Honourable Member’s correspondence on 19 October 2021.

Supporting Small Business (19 Oct 2021)

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Independent Expert Panel Recommendations for Sanctions and the Recall of MPs Act 2015 (19 Oct 2021)

...Richard Burgon Dawn Butler Ian Byrne Liam Byrne Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Alistair Carmichael Wendy Chamberlain Sarah Champion Douglas Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Feryal Clark Daisy Cooper Yvette Cooper Ronnie Cowan Neil Coyle Angela Crawley Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Janet Daby Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Alex Davies-Jones Martyn Day...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Services: Finance (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: As outlined in my response to your written question of September 15th, the government will set out its plans for spending across all public services at the Spending Review on October 27th. This will include adult social care spending.

Written Answers — Treasury: Afghanistan: Overseas Aid (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: We will spend 0.5% of gross national oncome on official development assistance (ODA) in 2021. Any revisions to the level of allocated ODA spending in 2021-22 will be reflected at supplementary estimates in due course. The government remains committed to the International Development Act 2015 and intends to return to the 0.7% target when the fiscal situation allows.

Written Answers — Treasury: Members: Correspondence (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Treasury has no record of receiving the letter of 4 August from the Hon Member regarding the creation of Freeports across the UK and the need for Northern Ireland to be included in this proposal, listing preferred locations. An email was received on 17 September from the Hon member’s parliamentary office with a copy of the letter attached. I responded on 27 September.

Written Answers — Treasury: Heathrow Airport: Railways (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Spending Review will set UK Government departments’ resource and capital budgets for the next 3 years (2022-23 to 2024-25) and devolved administrations’ block grants for the same period. The Spending Review will conclude on 27th October alongside the Autumn Budget 2021.

Written Answers — Treasury: Children: Day Care (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: At the Spring 2020 budget, the forecast expenditure for Tax-Free Childcare in 2020/21 was £0.34bn. Tax-Free Childcare expenditure in 2020/21 was £0.24bn.

Written Answers — Treasury: Railways: West Midlands (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The government is committed to providing better rail connectivity between London, the Midlands and the North. The Treasury works closely with the Department for Transport to understand local leaders’ views on the Integrated Rail Plan, which will soon set out how best to scope, sequence and integrate Northern Powerhouse Rail, HS2 Phase 2b and other major Network Rail programmes. The West...

Written Answers — Treasury: Universal Credit (18 Oct 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Government has always been clear that the £20 per week increase to Universal Credit was a temporary measure to support households whose incomes and earnings were affected by the economic shock of Covid-19. Now that the economy has reopened, the Government is focusing on supporting people to move into and progress in work The Government is committed to supporting low-income families...

Written Answers — Treasury: Housing: Construction (24 Sep 2021)

Simon Clarke: The Government recognises that the community-led housing sector offers significant potential for helping to meet housing need across the country. Discussions on the upcoming Spending Review will cover a range of important issues.

Written Answers — Treasury: Health and Social Care Levy (24 Sep 2021)

Simon Clarke: Alongside the announcement of the Health and Social Care Levy, the government has published a number of documents that set out the impact of the policy, including distributional analysis and a Tax Information and Impact Note.

Written Answers — Treasury: NHS: Finance (24 Sep 2021)

Simon Clarke: The NHS is a key spending priority for the government and that is why it committed in 2018 to a historic settlement that provides a cash increase of £33.9 billion a year by 2023-24. The announcement was clear that “some of the extra funding will come from the money the government will no longer spend on the annual membership subscription to the European Union after Britain has left” ...

Subsidy Control Bill (22 Sep 2021)

...David Amess Lee Anderson Stuart Anderson 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 Paul Beresford Saqib Bhatti Crispin Blunt Peter Bottomley Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine Paul Bristow James...

Compensation (London Capital & Finance plc and Fraud Compensation Fund) Bill: Clause 1 - Compensation payments to customers of London Capital & Finance PLC (22 Sep 2021)

...Anderson Stuart Anderson Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Kemi Badenoch Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Duncan Baker Steven Baker Harriett Baldwin Steve Barclay Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Paul Beresford Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bottomley Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine Paul Bristow...

Working People’s Finances: Government Policy (21 Sep 2021)

...Anderson Stuart Anderson Caroline Ansell Edward Argar Sarah Atherton Victoria Atkins Gareth Bacon Richard Bacon Kemi Badenoch Shaun Bailey Siobhan Baillie Steven Baker Harriett Baldwin John Baron Simon Baynes Aaron Bell Paul Beresford Saqib Bhatti Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bottomley Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine Paul Bristow...


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