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Upcoming Business – Commons: Select Committee (27 Oct 2016)

Treasury: Tax credits, fraud and error. 10:00 am; The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Jon Thompson, Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary, HMRC Nick Lodge, Director General for Transformation, HMRC

Concentrix (26 Oct 2016)

Simon Kirby: ...all hon. Members for their contributions and efforts to support their constituents. It is right and appropriate that I thank MPs’ staff, who have worked hard to help constituents with their tax credit claims. It is clear—there is no doubt—that mistakes were made in HMRC’s partnership with Concentrix. As my hon. Friend the Financial Secretary to the Treasury said,...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits: Child Arrangements Orders (26 Oct 2016)

Gill Furniss: ...his Department's official guidance to allow court-granted child arrangement orders to be used by HM Revenue and Customs as evidence of children's living arrangements when assessing applications for tax credits.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Personal Income (26 Oct 2016)

David Crausby: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the effect on family incomes of the withdrawal of tax credits as a result of the introduction of the national living wage.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (26 Oct 2016)

Gill Furniss: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to keep records of the (a) number of people who have their tax credits erroneously suspended by Concentrix, (b) number of people who subsequently have those tax credits reinstated and (c) length of time it takes HMRC to subsequently process those payments.

Scottish Parliament: Council Tax Reduction Scheme (26 Oct 2016)

Iain Gray: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what additional support from the council tax reduction scheme it will provide from April 2017 for families in the Musselburgh Jobcentre area who have migrated to universal credit. (S5O-00245)

Scottish Parliament: Welfare (Claimant Abuse) (26 Oct 2016)

Mark Griffin: ...agree that, rather than treating with suspicion people who desperately need support from the state, we should be working to boost the claimant count by including the 100,000 people who qualify for tax credits but have not applied? That represents a loss of more than 400 million to families who desperately need that money and it is a loss to the Scottish economy.

National Citizen Service Bill [HL] - Second Reading (Continued) (25 Oct 2016)

Lord Cormack: ...Baroness, Lady Scott of Needham Market, on the role of HMRC. To envisage HMRC as a cuddly organisation, sending out missives that will bring joy when picked off the doormat of every home in the land—you have to be a mite extra charitable to credit that. When he winds up the debate, my noble friend must at least assure us that they will not be in brown envelopes, they will not be...

Criminal Finances Bill (25 Oct 2016)

Edward Garnier: ...and so forth know what they are supposed to do. I want the Government not to limit the “failure to prevent” provisions to section 7 of the Bribery Act and those clauses in this Bill that deal with tax evasion, but to expand the regime to all offences that can sensibly be brought under it, as set out in part 2 of schedule 17 to the Crime and Courts Act 2013. The schedule covers...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Disclosure of information to improve public service delivery (25 Oct 2016)

Calum Kerr: ...does not prevent people from doing anything; it simply requires them to be accountable for what they do. We have recently seen the case of HMRC outsourcing to Concentrix the ability to collect tax credits. Data from another source were used, and we all know the damage that can be done when that is not done well.

Fuel Poverty - Question (25 Oct 2016)

Lord Wallace of Tankerness: ...of even further increases as a result of the Brexit-induced decline in sterling? In these circumstances, will the Government consider unfreezing the freeze they put on working-age benefits and tax credits so that the first consequences of Brexit do not fall disproportionately on the poorest and most vulnerable households?

Public Bill Committee: Savings (Government Contributions) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (25 Oct 2016) pay in an average of 50 a month rather than a maximum of 50 a month and looking at the issue of under 25-year-olds being excluded from Help to Save by the benefits rules concerning working tax credits. There are small changes you can make now that would have a big impact.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix: Enfield (25 Oct 2016)

Jane Ellison: HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) does not hold data on the number of tax credit cases awaiting consideration by Concentrix broken down specifically by constituency areas. HMRC is currently focused on resolving the outstanding cases but will be preparing analysis, which will be made available in due course.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits: Fraud (25 Oct 2016)

Gill Furniss: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what the source of the information was regarding fraudulent tax credit claims passed from HM Revenue and Customs to Concentrix.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix: Wales (25 Oct 2016)

Jessica Morden: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many outstanding applications for mandatory reconsideration of a tax credit decision by Concentrix there are in Wales; how many people in Wales have had a tax credit claim stopped by Concentrix; and how many such claims were subsequently reinstated by HM Revenue and Customs.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (25 Oct 2016)

Stephen Timms: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether the erroneous data source used by Concentrix to determine that a working tax credit claimant had an undeclared partner was provided by HM Revenue and Customs; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (25 Oct 2016)

Mark Durkan: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many tax credits were stopped by HM Revenue and Customs during the week commencing (a) 8 and (b) 15 August 2016.

Scottish Parliament: Building a Fairer Scotland (25 Oct 2016)

Tom Arthur: ...our vision of a fairer Scotland, it is also important to state what is not part of that vision. For too long, we have been subjected to an agenda from a UK Government that has sought to stigmatise and—to be frank—dehumanise those who have needed support. Be it through the bedroom tax or the assessment regimes that claimants have been subjected to, the message from the UK...

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