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Deposit Return Scheme (26 May 2022)

Philip Hollobone: ...the first year alone. That would create a situation in which the Government in effect end up profiting from the failure of their own deposit return scheme. What is more, adding VAT to the deposit fee effectively imposes a stealth tax on drinks producers, backing the industry into a corner and creating the real scenario of price rises for the products in question. If the Government are...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Higher Education: Finance (9 Mar 2022)

Baroness Deech: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the speech by the Minister for Higher and Further Education on 24 February regarding their response to Dr Philip Augar's Review of Post-18 Education and Funding, published in May 2019, what assessment they have made of the impact on their (1) social mobility policy, and (2) Levelling Up policy, of (a) the decision not to restore maintenance grants...

Scottish Parliament: Public Service Broadcasting (3 Mar 2022)

Jamie Greene: ...are many in the chamber today. Helen Archer’s tragic domestic abuse story drew me in, as it drew many millions to the programme, and “The Archers’” gritty realities kept me on the hook: Philip Moss and his modern slavery story, gay fatherhood, and agricultural downturn. The BBC does well what it does well—continuity and comfort—and does it for free for those who need it most,...

Higher Education Reform - Statement (28 Feb 2022)

..., taken together, outline our proposals for the higher education sector and secure a better deal for the student and the taxpayer. The consultations will deliver solutions to the problems that Sir Philip Augar’s independent panel examined in such depth and so thoroughly. The higher education policy statement and reform consultation, and the lifelong loan entitlement consultation, address...

Higher Education Reform (24 Feb 2022)

Nadhim Zahawi: ..., taken together, outline our proposals for the higher education sector and secure a better deal for the student and the taxpayer. The consultations will deliver solutions to the problems that Sir Philip Augar’s independent panel examined in such depth and so thoroughly. The higher education policy statement and reform consultation, and the lifelong loan entitlement consultation, address...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Education: Higher Education Update (24 Feb 2022)

Michelle Donelan: ...facing and to deliver a fairer deal for students and taxpayers. These problems were examined in great detail with the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding, launched in 2018. I am grateful to Sir Philip Augar and his panel for their thoughtful and important recommendations across the Higher and Further Education sectors, and I am pleased to say that with the publication of these...

Kettering General Hospital — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (2 Feb 2022)

Philip Hollobone: ...selection by the new hospital programme team of an appointed construction partner to work with the trust on developing the final scheme details, and can the hospital have the funding to cover the fees associated with this stage of the design? The risk is that, unless this support from the new hospital programme team is forthcoming, work on the hospital’s main scheme may have to come to a...

Independent Fan-led Review of Football Governance (25 Nov 2021)

Philip Hollobone: ...sponsorship on its shirts. We need to get more money into grassroots football clubs like Kettering Town. Will the Minister therefore look favourably at the recommendations on the levy on transfer fees, which are currently astronomical? More of that money needs to go down to grassroots football.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: BBC Licence Fee (18 Nov 2021)

Philip Hollobone: In 2017, the BBC agreed to take over the funding of free TV licences for over-75s in return for increased income from increases in the licence fee and other commercial funding streams. The BBC’s behaviour since, in abolishing free TV licences, shows that it cannot be trusted. For its disgraceful treatment of pensioners, will the Secretary of State use the funding review in 2022 to scrap the...

University Tuition Fees — [Esther McVey in the Chair] (25 Oct 2021)

Michelle Donelan: We are considering the remaining recommendations made by the independent panel chaired by Philip Augar, including on fees, funding and student finance, and we plan to set out our full conclusion on that shortly. I urge colleagues not to refer constantly to media speculation, because we have not yet made an announcement, but it will be coming shortly. Following on from that, as part of our...

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 90 (21 Jul 2021)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...foul-up on my part. I speak today in support of the amendment in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Willetts, which in some ways reflects what is happening now in an ad hoc way. Back in 2018, Philip Augar was asked to review what was happening with student fees. In January, we had an interim response from the Government on that, but, according to the Guardian at the start of this month, we...

Alternative Student Finance (15 Jul 2021)

Michelle Donelan: ...very carefully, alongside their other priorities, as they conclude the post-18 review of education and funding and respond to the detailed recommendations of the independent panel chaired by Sir Philip Augar. We had intended to respond to the Augar review in full, along with addressing ASF, but the last spending review was only a year’s spending review and we intend to respond in full in...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Higher Education: Fees and Charges (23 Jun 2021)

Michelle Donelan: ...remains committed to driving up the quality of higher education (HE) provision, ensuring that student finance is sustainable, and promoting genuine social mobility. We recognise that tuition fees must continue to represent value for money for students and taxpayers, both during the COVID-19 outbreak and after. The independent panel chaired by Sir Philip Augar that reported to the review of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cash Dispensing: Fees and Charges (16 Jun 2021)

Philip Davies: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the effect of interchange fee reductions on consumers' access to free-to-use cash machines.

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - Second Reading (15 Jun 2021)

Lord Storey: ...Black. We are finally getting there, are we not? There is the work that the noble Baroness, Lady Wolf, has done and now she has been promoted to advising the Prime Minister on this area. There is Philip Augar’s report, which was so important. There is the Technical and Further Education Act, which the noble Lord, Lord Johnson, was part of; it is good to see him taking part in this...

Public Bill Committee: Compensation (London Capital & Finance plc and Fraud Compensation Fund) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (15 Jun 2021)

Philip Brown: Yes, absolutely. Between ourselves, the People’s Pension and NEST, we are serving the small and medium-enterprise end of the market. Those savers are all relatively new to pensions, so they have modest funds, and it is a very disproportionate effect if you are taking roughly 37% of the fees from those organisations.

Covid-19: Funding for Local Authorities — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (24 Nov 2020)

Danny Kruger: not financial. It is on the staff who deliver services for councils. I want to acknowledge that. When we were having the daily press conferences at 5 o’clock, the leader of Wiltshire Council, Philip Whitehead, said to me in despair one evening, “Can we please have the press conferences in the morning,” because all those announcements were coming out and his staff were having to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Environment Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (30 Jun 2020)

Philip McGuigan: ...higher food prices. Clause 53 allows DAERA to require sellers of single-use carrier bags to register with an administrator, applications for registration and the amount and payment of registration fees. The Committee noted that the use of revenue raised from charging for carriers bags could be used to deliver environmental improvements. Clause 56 allows for the establishment of a mandatory...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Higher Education: Coronavirus (29 Jun 2020)

Baroness Berridge: ...who want to retrain and to enter the workplace more quickly than a traditional course would permit. Graduating one year sooner means that accelerated degree students have one less year of tuition fees and save on the living costs of the final year of standard degree study. If a student is required to attend their course for more than 30 weeks and 3 days in an academic year (which is very...

National Health Service Commissioning Board and Clinical Commissioning Groups (Responsibilities and Standing Rules) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Regret (8 Jun 2020)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...Care England has documented, overheads are rising as occupancy falls, with serious cash-flow implications. There is a risk that providers may become insolvent and collapse, or alternatively raise fees considerably. Over the weekend Age UK reported that some residents were paying a Covid-19 surcharge of up to £150 per week to cover extra costs. Does the Minister agree that this is a...

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