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Written Answers — Department for Education: Students: Fees and Charges (14 Oct 2020)

Daisy Cooper: ...ask the Secretary of State for Education, what assessment he has made of the effect on college students in cases where the uplift in universal credit has resulted in them being ineligible for a fee waiver as per the threshold set out in the Adult Education Budget.

Covid-19: Aviation Sector - Question (5 Oct 2020)

Lord Rosser: ...passengers arriving from high-risk destinations—not least New York—greater transparency on the Government’s methodology for determining travel corridors and restrictions, a temporary 12-month waiver of APD and the regionalisation of travel corridors, as I am sure the Minister knows. How many of those do the Government intend to agree to?

Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Post-16 Education (1 Oct 2020)

Bambos Charalambous: ...less than the limit of £330 per calendar month on universal credit. However, a top-up to his universal credit this year has increased Linus’s monthly benefit to £342, taking him above the fee waiver limit. Now he must either pay the full fee or leave his course, because the Government’s fee waiver rules have not been updated. Will the Secretary of State help students such as Linus by...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Royal Military Academy: Coronavirus (1 Oct 2020)

James Heappey: the Regular Army should generally be over 17 years and 9 months and under 30 years on entry to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Anyone over 30 is considered on a case by case basis and age waivers can be supported. Officer recruitment is very healthy with the supply of high-quality candidates consistently meeting the demand for places. Places are filled well in advance of the...

Town and Country Planning (30 Sep 2020)

Bob Neill: ...and putting two storeys on top, as a separate, self-contained dwelling. That is creating a separate house effectively, turning it into flats in all but name, which should not be done through a waiver of the permitted development process. There should be a proper planning application for that.

Written Answers — Treasury: Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: Redundancy Pay (30 Sep 2020)

Steve Barclay: ...that they are in scope of the cap. However, we recognise that the function of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority is time-limited. Therefore, all employees are covered by a mandatory waiver. This means employees whose employment is terminated as a result of the decommissioning programme and for a reason which amounts to redundancy can receive, without seeking ministerial approval,...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: New Clause 4 - Objectives and general functions (29 Sep 2020)

Stephen Farry: ...want any borders, but we have to try to work to mitigate the impact of the protocol. The way we do that is through building the trust and confidence of the European Union, so that we can ask for waivers and other forms of mitigations, not through unilaterally seeking to breach the terms of the protocol. A very clear example is around the issue of export declarations and other export...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation (28 Sep 2020)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: On 14 September, the European Commission published their intention to extend the current airport slot waiver for the 2020/2021 winter season, until 27 March 2021.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Armed Forces (25 Sep 2020)

Kevin Foster: ...of Defence makes clear to foreign and Commonwealth recruits into the Forces the process by which they and their families can attain settlement in the UK and the costs involved. Additionally, fee waivers are available for Leave to Remain applications for those making Article 8 claims, based on Family and Private Life, if an applicant is destitute or could be rendered destitute in paying the...

Immigration (Health Charge) (Amendment) Order 2020 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (23 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...make an immigration application and should plan their finances accordingly. The noble Lord, Lord Rosser, talked about those in a vulnerable situation, perhaps facing destitution. There is a fee waiver in place for those making specified human rights applications who are destitute or at risk of imminent destitution. Where the fee is waived, the requirement to pay the health charge is...

Restriction of Public Sector Exit Payments Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (23 Sep 2020)

Lord Agnew of Oulton: ...the points on the impact assessment a little later. The noble Earl, Lord Devon, also raised the issue of pension strain, which I have addressed. The noble Lord, Lord McCrea, also mentioned the waiver system. This allows us to look at the application of the cap on a case-by-case basis to consider whether an uncapped exit payment would be appropriate, as I mentioned in my opening remarks. We...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 11 - Modifications in connection with the Northern Ireland Protocol (21 Sep 2020)

Nigel Evans: ...that under the Withdrawal Agreement export declarations and exit procedures fall under the ambit of the EU Customs Code, would mandate the UK Government to use its endeavours to achieve a waiver for Northern Ireland origin goods moving to Great Britain. New clause 7—Compatibility— No power under this Act may be exercised by an appropriate authority unless the exercise (or purpose of...

Backbench Business - Aviation SectorBackbench Business (10 Sep 2020)

Seema Malhotra: ...aviation recovers—other countries are doing it, and so should we. Business rates deferral has been called for by Heathrow—I have written to the Prime Minister about it; Heathrow has not said “waiver”, it has said “deferral”—to help with cashflow, which in turn will help other businesses. Reduced quarantine through increased testing will bring greater confidence to fly. I also...

Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 30 (9 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ..., the Government’s intention is that EEA and non-EEA citizens will be treated the same under the future immigration system. This means that under the new system, the intent is that existing fees, waivers and exceptions will be applied equally. The issue of fees charged to EEA citizens has been discussed here and of course, as noble Lords have said, in the other place during the passage...

Trade Bill - Second Reading (8 Sep 2020)

Baroness Kidron: ..., with TTIP and the failed EU deal, and is now fully realised in the Trump era. Recent deals have seen Japan, Korea, Mexico and Canada forced to adopt the broad online platform liability waiver, Section 230, and an obligation to allow free flow of data as a trade right, thereby locking in the wild-west, anything-goes policies and a yawning absence of basic data privacy protections and...

Channel Crossings in Small Boats (2 Sep 2020)

Rehman Chishti: From my time on the Home Affairs Committee, I understand that we have evidence of individuals coming into Serbia from Iran because there was a visa waiver: from Iran they go into Serbia, from there they go to France, from France they go to the channel, and from the channel they go to Kent in my part of the country. I understand that loophole has now been closed, so how and through what...

Written Answers — Home Office: Passports: EU Countries (1 Sep 2020)

Kevin Foster: There are no plans to waive any passport fees after the transition period. Fees are charged to cover the full cost of providing the service, granting fee waivers means other customers would have to pay more to subsidise those waivers. All passport customers need to check they have appropriate validity for travel to the EU or anywhere else in the world. Guidance is available on Gov.UK

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: London Croughton Annex (22 Jul 2020)

Dominic Raab: ...(VCDR) at the Croughton Annex is the subject of special arrangements between the UK and US governments, captured in exchanges of notes dating back to 1995. Those arrangements contained a waiver of immunity from criminal jurisdiction for US staff outside the course of their duties, but no such waiver for their family members. I am glad to inform the House today that we have concluded those...

Written Answers — Home Office: Israel: Visas (20 Jul 2020)

Baroness Tonge: ...whether a distinction is made between Israelis who live in Israel and those who live in the Occupied Palestinian Territories when deciding whether Israelis are eligible for the six-month visa waiver to the UK.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Sino-British Joint Declaration (30 Jun 2020)

Lisa Nandy: ...those that we made to the people of Hong Kong. The Foreign Secretary told me in the House a few weeks ago that at its application, Britain would act. That law comes into force tomorrow. He must not waiver. Will he fulfil his promise to BNO passport holders? Will he stop dragging his feet on the Magnitsky legislation that he was once so keen to champion and give us a firm date? Will he...

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