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The chancellor of the exchequer is the government's chief financial minister and as such is responsible for raising government revenue through taxation or borrowing and for controlling overall government spending. The chancellor's plans for the economy are delivered to the House of Commons every year in the Budget speech. The chancellor is the most senior figure at the Treasury, even though the prime minister holds an additional title of 'First Lord of the Treasury'. He normally resides at Number 11 Downing Street.

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Questions to the Mayor of London — Delicensing fund for taxis: Delicensing fund for taxis (26 Feb 2021)

Sadiq Khan: The £42 million re-structured delicensing fund was established to support the taxi industry's uptake of cleaner vehicles. This funding supports the delicensing scheme, the Q-Parks scheme, the Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) conversion scheme and ancillary costs involved with running these schemes. As of 10/02/21, a total of £2.3m of the delicensing scheme remains available. There are 282...

Scottish Parliament: Garden Centres (Reopening) (25 Feb 2021)

Christine Grahame: As we know, spring is in the offing and thoughts turn to gardening, which is good for the soul in these tough times—I declare an interest in that regard. Although one can buy plants and gardening equipment in B & Q and supermarkets, garden centres—most of which are mainly outdoors premises—are restricted to click and collect, which the Horticultural Trades Association has claimed has...

Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendments 71 to 76 (9 Feb 2021)

...1, leave out sub-paragraph (i) and insert—“(i) Part 3 of that Schedule, except as mentioned in subsection (3)(hb);(ia) Part 4 of that Schedule;”Member’s explanatory statementThis is consequential on the amendment at page 44, line 11. 72: Clause 52, page 43, line 4, leave out “46 and” and insert “45A to”Member’s explanatory statementThis amendment is consequential on the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Repatriation (9 Feb 2021)

Stuart McDonald: ..., whether the UK's immigration returns agreements with (a) Afghanistan, (b) Algeria, (c) Angola, (d) Azerbaijan, (e) China, (f) Djibouti, (g) Democratic Republic of Congo, (h) Guinea, (i) Iraq, (j) Kuwait, (k) Nigeria, (l) Sierra Leone, (m) Somalia, (n) South Korea, (o) South Sudan, (p) Switzerland and (q) Vietnam cover the return of (i) nationals and residents of the country listed and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Forensic Science (9 Feb 2021)

Kit Malthouse: Information on accredited organisations can be found on the website of the UK Accreditation Service: https://www.ukas.com/find-an-organisation/?q=forensic There is no register of forensic science organisations in the UK, which means that it is difficult to estimate how many unaccredited and practicing forensic science providers exist. However, police forces should not use providers who do not...

National Security and Investment Bill: New Clause 1 - Impact on academic research spin-off enterprises (20 Jan 2021)

Rosie Winterton: ...to Medium Enterprises and early-stage ventures, and (b) guidance for Small to Medium Enterprises and early-stage ventures on complying with the provisions of this Act.’ This new clause would require the Government to produce a report setting out the impacts of this legislation on Small to Medium Enterprises and early-stage ventures, and to produce relevant guidance. New clause 3—Grace...

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witness (19 Jan 2021)

Sara Britcliffe: Q I have a quick question that I asked the previous witnesses. What is it that you support in this Bill?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Jan 2021)

Steve McCabe: Q We move on immediately to the fifth panel. We are going to hear now from Helen Duncan, who is the managing director of MWE Media, and Mike Fake—have I pronounced your name correctly?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Jan 2021)

Chris Matheson: Thank you for those answers. I have just a couple of questions. First of all, following on from Mr Russell’s question, the impression I get—I am not an expert—is of a network that is a bit like a bowl of spaghetti. There are bits here, there and everywhere. and there are bits of different generations that are all added on. How easy would it be from your point of view, with your...

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Jan 2021)

James Wild: Q You refer to needing 40 to 50 new additional staff. Have you begun recruiting those people yet and how confident are you that you will be able to get them? The security world is a competitive space and these are highly sought skills. How confident are you that you will be able to get those people in place in order to monitor and enforce the powers in the Bill?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witness (19 Jan 2021)

Kevan Jones: Q Thank youfor appearing before us today, Dr Drew. I would like your opinion on what the strategy is behind Huawei, possibly in terms of linking Huawei with the Chinese Government’s strategy in the telecoms sector. What is the bigger picture or vision they have for this sector?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Jan 2021)

Kevan Jones: Q It is quite clear from what you have said that China has been active in this sector. That is not unusual; China has done similar types of things in other international bodies. Have we in the west taken our eye off the ball in terms of representation on these bodies, and what will it take to step up to the plate and be involved in these standards settings?

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Commonwealth: Diplomatic Service (18 Jan 2021)

Wayne David: ...of Commonwealth countries in (a) Andorra, (b) Benin, (c) Burkina Faso, (d) Cape Verde, (e) Central African Republic, (f) Comoros, (g) Congo, (h) Djibouti, (i) Dominica, (j) East Timor, (k) Equatorial Guinea, (l) Gabon, (m) Guinea-Bissau, (n) Honduras, (o) Liechtenstein, (p) Monaco, (q) Nicaragua, (r) San Marino, (s) St Kitts and Nevis, (t) Suriname, (u) Togo and (v) Tonga.

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

Dean Russell: Q Many years ago, I used to work in communications and did some work with Huawei as a client. I remember, 10 or 11 years ago, someone told me that about 80% of all electronic communications go through some form of Huawei technology across Europe. I do not know how true that was, or whether it was inflated, but I am interested to understand from your perspective, given the impact of the Bill,...

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

David Johnston: Q That was a helpful teaser of what you think about this legislation. Could you expand on exactly why you have that view on what you see as the inadequacies?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

Chi Onwurah: Thank you, Mr McCabe. I was going to ask on behalf of my colleague, Catherine West, who cannot be here because we have chosen to sit physically rather than remotely. Q [Interruption.] It has been decided that we will sit physically. Her question is about international comparisons. Are you aware of what is happening with other countries’ security frameworks in addressing Huawei and high-risk...

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

Philip Hollobone: Q We now move on to our second panel, which consists of Howard Watson, chief technology officer, and Alex Towers, group policy and public affairs director, both from BT Group. We have until 1 o’clock for this session. Would our two witnesses please kindly introduce themselves for the record and make a brief opening statement?

Public Bill Committee: Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Jan 2021)

Philip Hollobone: Q May I ask our witnesses whether they would like to make a short opening statement? It is not compulsory. Then we will go on to questions.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: British Nationals Abroad (14 Jan 2021)

Wayne David: ..., per annum, in the past 5 years: (a) Andorra, (b) Benin, (c) Burkina Faso, (d) Cape Verde, (e) Central African Republic, (f) Comoros, (g) Congo, (h) Djibouti, (i) Dominica, (j) East Timor, (k) Equatorial Guinea, (l) Gabon, (m) Guinea-Bissau, (n) Honduras, (o) Liechtenstein, (p) Monaco, (q) Nicaragua, (r) San Marino, (s) St Kitts and Nevis, (t) Suriname, (u) Togo and (v) Tonga.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Kickstart Scheme (1 Dec 2020)

Mims Davies: ...Group Limited 30 Hometrust Care Ltd 30 Maritime Academy Trust 30 The Trade Centre Group PLC 30 Whistl UK Ltd. 30 Yorkshire Repak Limited 30 CAPITA PLC 60 LADbible Group 30 Q Care Ltd 40 University of Wolverhampton Multi Academy Trust 40 Berneslai Homes Ltd 30 Corona corporate Solutions Ltd 30 NDH CARE LTD 34 Peninsula Care Homes ltd 30 Reynold 123...


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