Canlyniadau 181–200 o 826 ar gyfer speaker:Gareth Davies

Treasury: Topical Questions ( 6 Chw 2024)

Gareth Davies: The Government continue to work with Ofgem. In fact, I met the chief executive officer very recently. Ofgem continues to monitor the levels of energy debt to ensure that consumers are protected. The hon. Gentleman will know that, last year, the Chancellor announced measures to ensure that households with prepayment meters paid no more than those with standard meters, and that is on the back...

Treasury: Topical Questions ( 6 Chw 2024)

Gareth Davies: The energy security investment mechanism was designed, as my hon. Friend points out, to give more certainty not only to the oil and gas sector, but to investors, ensuring that the energy profits levy is disapplied when prices return to historically normal levels. To provide additional certainty, on the back of urging from him and the industry, we have agreed to legislate for ESIM and will be...

Treasury: Topical Questions ( 6 Chw 2024)

Gareth Davies: I can tell my hon. Friend that 750 staff are employed across all Departments at the Darlington Economic Campus. The Treasury’s aim is to reach 355 full-time staff by March 2025, and we are on track to meet that target. The official name of the campus will be decided closer to the 2025-26 delivery date and will be consulted on by the Government Property Agency, but we have heard very...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Environment Protection ( 5 Chw 2024)

Gareth Davies: The Environment Act 2021 places a legal duty on Ministers of the Crown to have ‘due regard’ to the environmental principles policy statement (EPPS) when making policy. The duty does not require us to maintain a comprehensive list of policies within its scope. The duty applies to all policies made from 1 November 2023, whether developed by a central department or an arm’s length body,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Crown Estate Commissioners: Wales ( 2 Chw 2024)

Gareth Davies: The Crown Estate's revenue was £483.3 million for 2021-2022 and £738.7 million for 2022-2023 (as noted on page 116 of the 2022-2023 annual report). Figures are not available for revenue specifically generated in Wales (or activity areas in Wales), as The Crown Estate runs a single set of accounts at an enterprise level and expenditure is incurred for the benefit of the whole portfolio....

Written Answers — Treasury: Members: Correspondence (31 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: I would like to reassure the Member that her correspondence has been transferred to Cabinet Office and will be responded to shortly.

Written Answers — Treasury: Alcoholic Drinks: Taxation (31 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: Treasury ministers and officials regularly engage with the Department of Health and Social Care on a variety of issues, including alcohol policy. The Treasury also engaged extensively with external stakeholders and other Government departments, including the Department of Health and Social Care, as part of the policy development and delivery process for the new alcohol reforms. The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Electronic Cigarettes: Taxation (31 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The Prime Minister has announced that disposable vapes will be banned in the UK as part of plans to tackle the rise in youth vaping and protect children’s health. In addition, we will introduce new powers to restrict vape flavours, introduce plain packaging and change how vapes are displayed in shops so they don’t appeal to children. The Government thinks there is a strong case to take...

Future of UK Capital Markets (30 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Nokes. I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Vale of Glamorgan (Alun Cairns) on securing the debate, and I thank him for his remarks about our capital market system, which I will address in some detail. I am grateful for the opportunity to set out the key role that capital markets play not just in our UK economy, but in wider...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: I would note that procurement cards were introduced by the last Labour Government, who welcomed their use, saying they are a ‘good example of Government learning from the private sector’. Procurement cards assist with the reduction in procurement bureaucracy, boost efficiency, support the Government’s prompt payment initiative for Small and Medium businesses, and help maintain cash...

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: HMT currently has 65 electronic government procurement cards in use as at 22/01/24. I would note that procurement cards were introduced by the last Labour Government, who welcomed their use, saying they are a ‘good example of Government learning from the private sector’. I would like to note that the levels of expenditure for 2022 as a comparable full calendar year totalled £119k which...

Written Answers — Treasury: World Economic Forum (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: Costs for all overseas ministerial travel is regularly published in transparency returns. These figures are scheduled to be published in due course.

Written Answers — Treasury: Infrastructure (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The IPA's National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline is a key publication outlining planned and projected investment in UK major infrastructure and construction over the next 10 years. The 2023 Pipeline will be published in due course.

Written Answers — Treasury: Government: Procurement (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The government publishes a range of information on all major projects on the Government Major Projects Portfolio online as part of the IPA’s annual report. This includes project narratives, whole-life costs and monetised benefits where available. Further information on major projects and published business cases for relevant projects and programmes can be found on Gov.uk.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Ministers' Private Offices (29 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: There have been no full refurbishments to ministerial offices during the last two years.

Written Answers — Treasury: Treasury: Carbon Emissions (26 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The Government set out how we would meet our commitments in the Net Zero Strategy in 2021 which included a detailed breakdown of actions required across all sectors in the economy. This was updated in 2023 through the publication of 'Powering Up Britain'. The UK has halved its emissions, ahead of every other major economy, and we have grown our economy by over 70% since 1990. The UK...

Written Answers — Treasury: Beer and Cider: Excise Duties (26 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: Under the new alcohol duty system, Draught Relief provides a 9.2% duty reduction on draught beer and cider products below 8.5% alcohol by volume. This ensures that there will always be a lower duty rate for draught products to recognise the value of our great British pubs. This means that every pint, in every pub across the UK pays less duty than their supermarket equivalent - this is the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Energy: Billing (26 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The government monitors energy levy costs and continually keeps these costs under review. Energy levies pay for investment in critical energy infrastructure necessary for energy security, supporting our successful offshore wind sector, and helping households save energy.

Written Answers — Treasury: Plastics: Taxation (25 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: The government’s consultation on whether to accept a mass balance approach in relation to chemically recycled plastic for the purposes of the Plastic Packaging Tax closed on 10 October 2023. The government would like to thank respondents for their representations. The government is currently analysing responses and will publish a summary of responses document and next steps in due course.

Written Answers — Treasury: Cycle to Work Scheme: Fees and Charges (25 Ion 2024)

Gareth Davies: HM Treasury has not made any such assessment.


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