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Palestinians: Visa Scheme — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (13 Mai 2024)

James Murray: Further to the Minister’s comments earlier about visa application centres, he may recall that I have been writing to him about the parents of a constituent of mine, Maysara. He is a British citizen and his parents had visas to visit the UK last autumn. Those visas have now expired, and when I asked the Minister what my constituent’s parents should do, he said that they should reapply by...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Written Questions ( 9 Mai 2024)

James Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, when he plans to answer Question 21855, tabled by the hon. Member for Ealing North on 15 April 2024.

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 12 - Charge and Main Rate for Financial Year 2025 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: The hon. Gentleman says that the Government are not in the habit of making policy commitments outside the normal fiscal process. Does that mean the £46-billion unfunded black hole created by the promise to abolish national insurance is no longer a policy of this Government?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 12 - Charge and Main Rate for Financial Year 2025 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: The Minister is being generous in giving way. I notice that he is keen to talk about a long-term ambition to abolish national insurance. Yesterday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer said at Treasury questions that “our policy is to abolish employees’ national insurance”.—[Official Report, 7 May 2024; Vol. 749, c. 437.] Was the Chancellor wrong?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 12 - Charge and Main Rate for Financial Year 2025 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: The hon. Gentleman invites me to respond. The key point of the new clause, as I am sure he realises, is to make it clear that Labour would cap corporation tax at 25% for the whole of the next Parliament. Does he agree with that?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 12 - Charge and Main Rate for Financial Year 2025 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: Thank you, Mr Evans, for the opportunity to speak on behalf of the Opposition to new clauses 2 and 3, which are in my name and that of my hon. Friend the Member for Hampstead and Kilburn (Tulip Siddiq). Earlier this afternoon, we pressed the Government on the impact of tax rises, particularly stealth tax rises, on families and pensioners. Of course, it is not only taxpayers and their...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 1 - Income tax charge for tax year 2024-25 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: I rise to speak on behalf of the Opposition to new clauses 1 and 4, which stand in my name and that of my hon. Friend the Member for Hampstead and Kilburn (Tulip Siddiq). “This remains a parliament of record tax rises.” Those are not my words but those of Paul Johnson, the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, following the spring Budget from which this Finance Bill derives....

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 1 - Income tax charge for tax year 2024-25 ( 8 Mai 2024)

James Murray: We in the Labour party believe that having fiscal rules that are iron-clad is essential to being trusted to manage the economy in a responsible way that puts family security and family finances first. Having strong fiscal rules and stability underpinning every other decision that we make is absolutely essential to everything that a Government might hope to do. Indeed, that stability forms...

War in Gaza ( 7 Mai 2024)

James Murray: We need an immediate ceasefire, the release of all hostages and a massive surge of aid going to all parts of Gaza. As we have warned for months, an Israeli offensive in Rafah would be catastrophic and it must not go ahead. What are the UK Government doing to ensure there is maximum international pressure to stop the offensive from happening and to urgently secure an agreement that includes an...

Treasury: Taxation: Living Standards ( 7 Mai 2024)

James Murray: The Conservatives’ decisions in this Parliament mean that the average family will face a tax bill that is £870 a year higher, and pensioner taxpayers will pay £960 a year more. The director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies said: “This remains a Parliament of record tax rises.” Higher taxes, squeezed living standards and weaker public services—that is the Conservatives’ legacy....

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Sewage: Repairs and Maintenance ( 2 Mai 2024)

James Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, pursuant to the Answer of 2 April 2024 to Question 19486 on Sewage: Repairs and Maintenance, if he will issue guidance to (a) local authorities and (b) water companies on whether they have a statutory duty to enforce sewage misconnections under Section 59 of the Building Act 1984.

Business of the House (25 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: In March, I was very glad to get together with the local police and local residents at the Royal British Legion club in Greenford to thank Arthur Gray for 30 years’ service in the Met police. In recent years, Arthur has been a police community support officer for Greenford and Northolt in my constituency. On his retirement, he said that “the biggest joy has been working with residents. It...

Business of the House (25 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: That would be lovely; a debate would be great as well.

Written Answers — Treasury: National Insurance Contributions (23 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what the value was of (a) Class 1 employee, (b) Class 1 employer, (c) Class 2 and (d) Class 4 self-employed National Insurance Contributions receipts in the 2023-24 financial year.

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Baby Care Units: Parental Leave (18 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Business and Trade, pursuant to the Answer of 11 December 2023 to Question 5143 on Baby Care Units: Parental Leave, what her planned timetable is for bringing forward the remaining statutory instruments under the Neonatal Care (Leave and Pay) Act 2023.

Finance (No. 2) Bill (17 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: The hon. Gentleman is asking me what I disagree with. I disagree with the low growth that has been true of this Government. I disagree with billions of pounds being wasted in covid fraud and in other ways by the Government. I disagree with how the Government are now overseeing the highest tax burden in 70 years and have no plan to get the economy growing. That is what I disagree with.

Finance (No. 2) Bill (17 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: We seem to be engaging in an unexpected back-and-forth. The hon. Gentleman did not mention covid fraud. As he might know, we have set out our plans for a covid corruption commissioner. Would he support that—yes or no?

Finance (No. 2) Bill (17 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: I am grateful for the chance to respond on behalf of the Opposition in this Second Reading debate. The Finance Bill follows last month’s Budget, in which the record of the Conservatives’ time in office was laid bare. After 14 years, the Conservatives have shown what they can deliver for the British people: higher taxes, falling living standards and lower economic growth. The truth is that...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (17 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: I fear that the hon. Gentleman is slightly out of date. Going into the general election, we have set out very clearly our plan to invest in the transition that we need in our energy supply and our economy, and how we would pay for that—through a strengthened windfall tax, alongside prudent investment. He may scoff at what we say about the non-dom tax loopholes, but we are talking about £1...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (17 Ebr 2024)

James Murray: I will in a second. It is quite astonishing that the Conservatives are content to go into the general election with a £46 billion black hole in their plans, and that they refuse to say whether that £46 billion commitment will be funded by tax rises elsewhere or cuts to spending. I give way to the hon. Gentleman, so that he can confirm exactly how the Government will pay for that £46...


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