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Written Answers — Treasury: Alcoholic Drinks: VAT (8 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Treasury welcomes views from industry on the qualifying criteria for the duty relief on draught beer and cider. We will discuss this further with industry groups as part of our alcohol duty review consultation process.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Staff (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: All HMT offices are open and available for use. Ministers work from both the London and Darlington offices.

Written Answers — Treasury: Future Fund (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The government is committed to ensuring that small and medium sized enterprises can access the finance they need, across the UK, including through the programmes of the British Business Bank (BBB). One of the BBB’s objectives is to identify and help to reduce imbalances in access to finance for smaller businesses across the UK, including through its specific regional programmes. HM Treasury...

Written Answers — Treasury: Air Pollution: Taxation (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: We are determined to tackle air pollution given its significant negative impact on public health, the economy, and the environment. Air quality has improved significantly over recent decades and will continue to improve thanks to the action we have already taken. The Government has committed £880m to support Local Authorities to deliver their Air Quality plans. Alongside this, SR21...

Written Answers — Treasury: Question (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: At Budget, the Government announced that, from April 2023, it will introduce a new reduced domestic band of Air Passenger Duty (APD), covering flights between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, in order to support connectivity across the UK. In addition, the Government will introduce a new ultra long-haul band, which will ensure that those who fly furthest, and have the greatest...

Written Answers — Treasury: Aviation: Taxation (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The government’s recent consultation on aviation tax reform sought views on the government’s initial position regarding a frequent flyer levy. Having carefully considered the responses to the consultation, the government has confirmed that it remains minded to retain Air Passenger Duty as the principal tax on the aviation sector, noting in particular continuing concerns around the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Biotechnology: Yorkshire and the Humber (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Budget and Spending Review did not allocate funding specifically to BioYorkshire. Departments have received their Research and Development (R&D) budgets for the next three years, and will go through their allocations processes in due course.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Protective Clothing (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Treasury does not hold this information.

Written Answers — Treasury: Air Passenger Duty (4 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: At Budget, the Government announced that, from April 2023, it will introduce a new reduced domestic band of Air Passenger Duty (APD), covering flights between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, in order to support connectivity across the UK. In addition, the Government will introduce a new ultra long-haul band, which will ensure that those who fly furthest, and have the greatest...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cider: Excise Duties (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: As announced at Autumn Budget 2021, the Government will build on Small Brewers Relief to extend small producer reliefs, including to cidermakers. The technical details of our new small producer reliefs will be finalised through the alcohol duty review consultation process.

Written Answers — Treasury: Countryside: Access (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The pandemic has made the benefits of spending time outdoors in nature clearer than ever. The Spending Review is providing more than £30 million to improve public access to green spaces in support of health, wellbeing and the environment, including an expanded network of green routes for different users. In addition, SR21 commits £9 million to the new Levelling Up Parks Fund, creating over...

Written Answers — Treasury: Carbon Emissions: Economic Situation (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: As set out in the recently published ‘Net Zero Review Final Report’, HM Treasury is committed to building its understanding of the impacts of the transition to net zero. This is an ongoing process that will need to evolve as the transition to net zero evolves. HM Treasury will continue to engage with experts in this area as it builds up analytical capacity and understanding. Different...

Written Answers — Treasury: Carbon Emissions: Taxation (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The government takes its environmental responsibilities seriously and has published the Net Zero Strategy on how the UK will deliver on its commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050. The government has also published the Net Zero Review exploring the key issues and trade-offs as the UK decarbonises.

Written Answers — Treasury: Science: Research (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The estimates on government Research & Development spending and tax reliefs as a proportion of GDP for each year from 2018 are as follows: %, GDP 2018 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 R&D Spending 0.4 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.7 R&D Tax Reliefs 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 Notes: Rounded to 1 decimal place Government Research & Development (R&D)...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cider: Excise Duties (3 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: As announced at Autumn Budget 2021, the Government will build on Small Brewers Relief to extend small producer reliefs, including to cidermakers. The technical details of our new small producer reliefs will be finalised through the alcohol duty review consultation process. The Government will explore the merits of increasing the minimum juice content through our alcohol duty review consultation.

Finance (Money) (2 Nov 2021)

..., 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.

Budget Resolutions - Income Tax (Charge) (2 Nov 2021)

Jesse Norman: ..., I would be able to extend to him my warm congratulations, as I do to his new Treasury colleague, the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, my hon. Friend the Member for Faversham and Mid Kent (Helen Whately), on taking their places in such a fine Department and at such a difficult moment. To have delivered a spending review as a new Chief Secretary is a phenomenal achievement. I...

Written Answers — Treasury: Tonnage Tax (2 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: At Autumn Budget 2021, the Chancellor announced that the Government will introduce a package of measures to reform the UK’s Tonnage Tax regime, which will come into force from April 2022. These reforms aim to see more firms basing their headquarters in the UK, using the UK’s world-leading maritime services industry, and flying the UK flag. The Government and industry will continue to work...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Darlington (2 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: All HMT offices are open and available for use by HMT staff. We are not able to share separate breakdowns by location and do not hold information on non-HMT staff use of the Darlington economic campus.

Written Answers — Treasury: Beer: Excise Duties (2 Nov 2021)

Helen Whately: The Treasury welcomes views from industry on the qualifying criteria for the duty relief on draught beer. We will discuss this further with industry groups as part of our alcohol duty review consultation process.


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