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Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: CO2 emissions figures etc (16 Jan 2018)

Mel Stride: Clause 48 confirms that for vehicle excise duty and company car tax purposes, the data for a car’s CO2 emissions will continue to be based on the new European driving cycle, or NEDC. As the hon. Gentleman says, NEDC, which is the current testing methodology for producing definitive car emissions values, is being replaced by a new lab test, known as the worldwide harmonised light...

Food Poverty: Merseyside — [Sir David Crausby in the Chair] (16 Jan 2018)

Alok Sharma: ...to up to 30 hours of free childcare, saving them around £5,000 a year. I hope that, whatever our political differences, all Members of the House will welcome those measures. We have also frozen fuel duty, saving the average car driver £850 over the last eight years, compared with the pre-2010 fuel duty escalator.

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Air passenger duty: rates of duty from 1 April 2019 (16 Jan 2018)

Anneliese Dodds: ...the APD changes on the usage of aeroplanes and their emissions. On one hand, it is helpful that we are shifting towards greater predictability for air operators and consumers around air passenger duty. It seems appropriate that we have the lag so that we can discuss and determine future rates, rather than having short-term change, but we would like a much stronger indication of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Household Debt (16 Jan 2018)

John Glen: The Government recognise the challenges facing those on lower salaries, which is why we have increased the tax-free allowance, have had the eighth successive fuel duty freeze, and have increased the national living wage above the inflation rate.

Pollution: Vehicle Emissions - Question (15 Jan 2018)

Lord Snape: My Lords, does the Minister feel that pollution in London and our major cities is being improved or made worse by the Government’s decision to freeze fuel duty for the past seven years, while public transport fares in London, as in other major cities, have increased during that period by between 15% and 50%?

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Consumers (11 Jan 2018)

John Glen: ...working well for consumers and businesses. Where it can, the government is also taking direct action to help families with the cost of essential items. For example, the government has extended the fuel duty freeze for the eighth year. This freeze has saved the average car driver £850 over the last eight years compared to what they would have been paying under the pre-2010 escalator...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Benefits in kind: diesel cars (9 Jan 2018)

Mel Stride: ...rate taxpayer with a VW Golf will pay an additional £54 in 2018-19 as a result of the change. Company car drivers typically travel more miles, and have therefore benefited greatly from successive fuel duty freezes since 2011; in the autumn Budget, the Chancellor announced the eighth successive fuel duty freeze, saving the average driver £160 a year compared with the pre-2010...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Main rates of income tax for tax year 2018-19 (9 Jan 2018)

Mel Stride: ...under the last Labour Government and are no longer paying that tax under this Government. We have just had a Budget in which we took a number of specific measures to help those who are less well off. We froze fuel duty for the eighth year in a row. We increased the personal allowance for the seventh year, as the hon. Member for High Peak pointed out, taking even more people out of tax. We...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland Office: Northern Ireland Office: Social Mobility (9 Jan 2018)

Chloe Smith: ...get the best start in life and have every chance to go as far as their talents and ambition will take them. The UK Government is helping the people of Northern Ireland by keeping taxes low, freezing fuel duty for the eight successive year and increasing the National Living Wage again from April 2018, delivering a £600 annual pay-rise to full-time workers in Northern Ireland....

Written Answers — Northern Ireland Office: Northern Ireland Office: Families (8 Jan 2018)

Chloe Smith: ...is, though, helping families with the everyday cost of living by keeping taxes low, including taking 31,000 people in Northern Ireland out of paying income tax altogether (compared to 2015-16), freezing fuel duty for the eight successive year and increasing the National Living Wage again from April 2018, delivering a £600 annual pay-rise to full-time workers in Northern Ireland.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Consumer Prices Index (8 Jan 2018)

Stephen Barclay: ...that families are feeling a squeeze now. The government is helping with the cost of living today by letting people keep more of what they earn, raising the National Living Wage, freezing duty on fuel and alcohol, and tackling housing costs.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Consumer Prices Index (8 Jan 2018)

Stephen Barclay: ...back towards the 2% target by the end of the year. The government is helping with the cost of living today by letting people keep more of what they earn, raising the National Living Wage, freezing duty on fuel and alcohol, and tackling housing costs.

Ivory Trade - Motion to Take Note (21 Dec 2017)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...to £17 billion a year globally. It not only threatens some of the world’s most iconic species, such as elephants, with extinction, but damages economic growth and sustainable development. It is fuelled by corruption, which in turn undermines good governance and the rule of law. The UK is committed to playing a leading role in tackling the illegal wildlife trade and the trade in...

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (Science and Technology Report) - Motion to Take Note (20 Dec 2017)

Lord Rosser: ...for most people? If so, over what period of time will that be achieved? One assumes that the move to electric vehicles will also mean this form of power for autonomous vehicles. Have the Government given any consideration to fuel duty, or another form of power duty, that would apply to autonomous electric vehicles, as this will have an impact on cost? Fuel duty on petrol and diesel...

Written Ministerial Statements — HM Treasury: Combatting fuel duty fraud - evaluation of the first two years of new fuel marker (20 Dec 2017)

Andrew Jones: The Government is committed to tackling fuel fraud. HMRC’s oils fraud strategy has seen the UK tax gap for fuels reduce from £1.5bn in 2002 to less than £100m in 2015-16. In Northern Ireland, where this issue has been a particular problem, the illicit market share has been reduced from 26% to 8% over the same period. However, the government recognises there is no room for...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Equality impact analyses of provisions of this Act (19 Dec 2017)

Stella Creasy: ...their potential. That is what is behind new clauses 6 and 7. Good data help to drive good decisions. It is also good for Governments to follow their own policies. We have a public sector equality duty in this country, but the fact that the Government are not following it themselves makes it much harder for them to force other people to do so. Ultimately, we are here today to make the case...

Pension Equality for Women (14 Dec 2017)

Tim Loughton: ...and discuss this. There are many different transition arrangements we could bring in. Scaremongering that it is going to cost tens of billions of pounds is really not helpful. We can do things around bus passes and the winter fuel allowance that would have a meaningful effect for many women, but we need to help those who are in most need and who are suffering now. It is important to...

Scottish Parliament: Finance (13 Dec 2017)

James Dornan: ...However, it is from Murdo Fraser, so what else would we expect? While some of the Tories’ colleagues and partners are, like so many of the rich and the elite, able to squirrel away money and avoid their duty and responsibility to take care of the people who are most in need, people on the lowest incomes—and, in fact, those on middle incomes—find themselves becoming poorer...

Railways: Fares - Question (12 Dec 2017)

Baroness Randerson: ...of the impact of the falling pound following the Brexit vote. For instance, an annual season ticket from Swindon to London will increase by £304. For many years now, the Government have frozen fuel duty to help motorists, so will the Minister agree that the Government should now freeze rail fares for the coming year to help rail passengers?


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