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Supporting Small Business (19 Oct 2021)

Kevin Hollinrake: The shadow Chancellor did present a short-term solution: a sixfold increase in the digital services tax. Does my hon. Friend agree that when we implemented the digital services tax, Amazon added that 2% straight on to the prices of the merchants on its site? Does he accept that if there were an increase, it would be passed directly to consumers?

Greenbelt: Local Plans: High Streets (19 Oct 2021)

James Murray: ...term challenges that high streets have been facing since before the pandemic. My hon. Friend the Member for York Central (Rachael Maskell) spoke about pleas from her local businesses to change the taxation system, and my hon. Friend the Member for Stockton North (Alex Cunningham) spoke with great passion about his local independent shops and the work of his local Labour council. Members...

Greenbelt: Local Plans (19 Oct 2021)

Neil O'Brien: ...£400 million brownfield housing fund and the £75- million brownfield land release fund. Furthermore, through land remediation relief, the Government provide a deduction of 100% from corporation tax, plus 50% for any qualifying expenditure incurred by companies as a clean-up of contaminated land acquired from third parties. No Government have ever invested in brownfield-first regeneration...

Inequalities of Region and Place - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Greenhalgh: ...over the long term, empowering local leaders and communities to seize their own destiny, boosting living standards, particularly where they are lower, spreading opportunity and improving public services, particularly where they are weak, and restoring local pride across the UK. Therefore, as the Prime Minister set out in his speech on levelling up on 15 July, the Government will publish a...

Inequalities of Region and Place - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Greenhalgh: ...over the long term, empowering local leaders and communities to seize their own destiny, boosting living standards, particularly where they are lower, spreading opportunity and improving public services, particularly where they are weak, and restoring local pride across the UK. Therefore, as the Prime Minister set out in his speech on levelling up on 15 July, the Government will publish a...

Gambling-related Harms - Question for Short Debate (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited remains fundamental to the Government’s vision for the sector. Our Gambling Act review will ensure that our regulatory framework is fit for the digital age. Its objectives include making sure that all those who choose to gamble in Great Britain can do so in a safe way. The Gambling Commission’s work to strengthen protections is...

Gambling-related Harms - Question for Short Debate (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited remains fundamental to the Government’s vision for the sector. Our Gambling Act review will ensure that our regulatory framework is fit for the digital age. Its objectives include making sure that all those who choose to gamble in Great Britain can do so in a safe way. The Gambling Commission’s work to strengthen protections is...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Arts and the Creative Industries (11 Oct 2021)

Mark Durkan: ...chain, including stage managers, make-up artists and lighting and sound technicians, who have been unable to work or generate income during the past year and a half. I argue that those ancillary services in the arts sector, which are vital and integral to it, will be dealing with the most adverse impacts of the COVID pandemic. For the sector, that period not only hit harder but was felt...

Scottish Parliament: Universal Credit (28 Sep 2021)

Ben Macpherson: ...them fall to the ground and having to pick them back up. That is what social security is all about: it is about ensuring that we come together as a society, for the individuals affected and all the services that support them, and provide the resource to help people. That is what the increase to universal credit helped with. Social security is a collective investment in each other, and that...

Written Ministerial Statements — Treasury: Update on Making Tax Digital (23 Sep 2021)

Lucy Frazer: The Government has set out an ambition to become one of the most digitally advanced tax authorities in the world. Making Tax Digital (MTD) is the first phase of our move towards a modern, digital tax service fit for the 21st century. It supports businesses through their digitalisation journey and provides a digital service that many have come to expect in their everyday lives. MTD helps...

Written Answers — Treasury: Revenue and Customs: Telephone Services (10 Sep 2021)

Jesse Norman: ...monthly and quarterly basis: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/hmrc-monthly-perfo rmance-reports and https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/hmrc-quarterly-per formance-updates. Like other service organisations, HMRC have been affected by the pandemic and are doing all they can to offer the best possible service to their customers, whether supporting them with their taxes or...

Health and Social Care - Statement (9 Sep 2021)

...Statement was made in the House of Commons on Tuesday 7 September. “Mr Speaker, with permission I will make a Statement on the Government’s plans for health and social care. Our National Health Service is the pride of our whole United Kingdom, and all the more so after it has been there for us during the worst pandemic in a century, treating almost half a million patients,...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2021-22 (8 Sep 2021)

Elizabeth Smith: ...we met the Federation of Small Businesses a few days ago. We support the small business recovery plan, including the business rates relief aspects, because it is clear that the current system of taxing non-domestic property does not work for too many businesses. [Interruption.] I will not take an intervention, if the member does not mind. Physical retailers find themselves paying higher...

Health and Social Care (7 Sep 2021)

Boris Johnson: Mr Speaker, with permission I will make a statement on the Government’s plans for health and social care. Our national health service is the pride of our whole United Kingdom, and all the more so after it has been there for us during the worst pandemic in a century, treating almost half a million patients, administering more than 88 million vaccines and saving countless lives. The...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2021-22 (7 Sep 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...maximum economic benefit and mitigate as far as we can the damaging consequences of Brexit while offering a better alternative. In detail, it sets out plans to invest in and reform our public services, establish a national care service, extend and increase the Scottish child payment, build more affordable houses, guarantee opportunities for young people, build an economy fit for the future...

Welfare System and Child Poverty: Wales (20 Jul 2021)

Will Quince: ...of child poverty. Our working relationship with the Welsh Government is well established and positive. The commitments made to Wales by the UK Government are central to delivering policies and services across the Union. We will continue to work closely with the Welsh Government on the commitments set out in their programme for government 2021 to 2026. An example is our collaboration with...

Written Ministerial Statements — Treasury: Finance Bill 2021-22: draft legislation and tax documents (20 Jul 2021)

Jesse Norman: In line with the tax policy-making framework, the Government is publishing draft legislation to be included in Finance Bill 2021-22. This allows for technical consultation and provides taxpayers with predictability over future tax policy changes. Alongside this, the Government is making announcements in a number of areas of tax policy. Publication of draft legislation The Government is...

Written Answers — Treasury: Taxation (19 Jul 2021)

James Murray: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, with reference to the agreement between G7 Finance Ministers made on 5 June 2021, what estimate he has made of the potential additional UK tax liability for firms currently subject to the Digital Services Tax (DST), in the event that the DST is replaced by a system of reallocating taxing rights to at least 20 per cent of profit exceeding a 10 per cent...

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 39 (15 Jul 2021)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...than employers, so bigger employers paid a substantial levy. This often came off their existing training budgets; they were then unable to fix their training into the mould laid down by the Civil Service, so the levy ended up as a tax. Perhaps my noble friend the Minister can explain why things are better now. In particular, where a company has surplus levy credits, can these be allocated...

Climate Change: Wales (14 Jul 2021)

Craig Williams: ...for Gower (Tonia Antoniazzi), both for securing the debate and the tone in which you opened it. Your tone made me rip up half my speech, and I appreciate that balance. I also echo your comments on digital services and the engagement around this debate, which I think is terrific. I could touch on the comments of other Members but, in the good old tradition of Welsh Westminster Hall debates,...


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