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Oral questions

1 February 2022 at 11:30am

Treasury

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What fiscal steps he plans to take to help reduce the impact on households of the rise in the cost of living.
Labour, Stockton North
UIN 905371: tabled on 26 January 2022
What fiscal steps his Department is taking to help ensure that pensioners are not placed in fuel poverty as a result of increasing energy prices.
Conservative, Clacton
UIN 905372: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps his Department is taking to encourage businesses to invest.
Conservative, Winchester
UIN 905373: tabled on 26 January 2022
What assessment he has made of the compatibility of his policies on the taxation of fossil fuels with the Glasgow Climate Pact.
Green Party, Brighton, Pavilion
UIN 905374: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent assessment he has made of the impact of inflation on trends in the levels of living standards.
Labour, Liverpool, West Derby
UIN 905375: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent discussions he has had with the Financial Conduct Authority on the regulation of the insurance industry.
Labour, Birmingham, Ladywood
UIN 905376: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent estimate he has made of the value of infrastructure projects to be delivered through the National Infrastructure and Construction pipeline.
Alba Party, East Lothian
UIN 905377: tabled on 26 January 2022
What fiscal steps he plans to take to help reduce the impact on households of the rise in the cost of living.
Labour, Sheffield Central
UIN 905378: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps his Department is taking to increase wages and support the lowest-income households.
Conservative, Ipswich
UIN 905379: tabled on 26 January 2022
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on the potential merits of increasing council tax on second homes.
Liberal Democrat, North Shropshire
UIN 905380: tabled on 26 January 2022
What assessment he has made of the progress of the Kickstart Scheme.
Conservative, Gedling
UIN 905381: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent steps he has taken to help ensure value for money in public spending.
Labour, Blackburn
UIN 905382: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps his Department is taking to encourage businesses to invest.
Conservative, Dudley North
UIN 905383: tabled on 26 January 2022
If he will ensure that Equitable Life policyholders who invested in regulated products will be entitled to similar levels of compensation to those who invested in unregulated mini-bonds marketed by London Capital and Finance.
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 905384: tabled on 26 January 2022
What progress his Department has made in levelling up all regions of the UK.
Conservative, Aberconwy
UIN 905385: tabled on 26 January 2022
What assessment he has made of the progress of the Kickstart Scheme.
Conservative, Devizes
UIN 905386: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps he is taking to help people with the increasing cost of living.
Conservative, St Ives
UIN 905387: tabled on 26 January 2022
What fiscal steps he plans to take to help reduce the impact on households of the rise in the cost of living.
Labour, Brighton, Kemptown
UIN 905388: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps his Department is taking to increase the competitiveness of the financial services sector.
Conservative, South Cambridgeshire
UIN 905389: tabled on 26 January 2022
What assessment he has made of the potential merits of replacing council tax with a proportional property tax.
Labour, Easington
UIN 905390: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent assessment he has made of the effect of his fiscal policies on the cost of living.
Scottish National Party, East Renfrewshire
UIN 905391: tabled on 26 January 2022
If he will offer further support to people struggling with the rise in the cost of living.
Labour, Wansbeck
UIN 905392: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent assessment he has made of the effect of his fiscal policies on the cost of living.
Scottish National Party, Dundee West
UIN 905393: tabled on 26 January 2022
What recent estimate he has made of the number of people living in destitution in Rutherglen and Hamilton West constituency.
Independent, Rutherglen and Hamilton West
UIN 905394: tabled on 26 January 2022
What steps he is taking to help ensure that local bank branches remain open to enable vulnerable people to have access to cash.
Labour, Batley and Spen
UIN 905395: tabled on 26 January 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Labour, Enfield, Southgate
UIN 905361: tabled on 26 January 2022
Scottish National Party, East Renfrewshire
UIN 905362: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, Burton
UIN 905363: tabled on 26 January 2022
Labour, Manchester, Gorton
UIN 905364: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, Amber Valley
UIN 905365: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, North Devon
UIN 905366: tabled on 26 January 2022
Labour, Rochdale
UIN 905367: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, East Devon
UIN 905368: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, Hitchin and Harpenden
UIN 905369: tabled on 26 January 2022
Conservative, Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner
UIN 905370: tabled on 26 January 2022