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Taxation news from UK Parliament.

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Tax reform needed to address unsustainable public finances, warns Treasury Committee
Committee publishes their report on Tax after coronavirus
01 March 2021
Lords examines Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill
Government accepts amendment on use of 'mother or expectant mother' in the bill
26 February 2021
HMRC has not made enough progress on the Loan Charge
The Finance Bill Sub-Committee has written a letter to the Government on the follow-up inquiry into the Loan Charge.
22 January 2021
Four short debates in House of Lords
Short debates are a chance for members to discuss policy issues and raise matters of concern. 
21 January 2021
Lords debates non-domestic ratings bills
Members discuss accessibility, environment and privatisation of services
19 January 2021
Government must keep working to tackle tax avoidance promoters, says Lords committee report
Finance Bill Sub-Committee publish report on new powers for HMRC
19 December 2020
Lords debates Spending Review
Members discuss Chancellor's statement on 25 November
04 December 2020
Darren Jones, BEIS Committee Chair, comments on Spending Review
Darren Jones, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee, comments on the Chancellor’s Spending Review.
25 November 2020
Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill sent for Royal Assent
18 November 2020
Government commits to do more to tackle promoters of tax avoidance schemes
The Financial Secretary to the Treasury has written to the Chairs of the Economic Affairs Committee and its Finance Bill Sub-Committee to update them on further steps from HMRC
16 November 2020
Tax avoidance measures and new tax checks to be investigated by Lords committee
The Finance Bill Sub-Committee issue call for evidence
16 September 2020
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Lords debates economic lessons of Covid-19
Members consider measures to repair UK economy
05 June 2020
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House of Lords questions government on 20 May
Members quiz the government on Covid-19 in a virtual session
19 May 2020
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Lords quiz government in daily questions on 29 April
The virtual session will focus on the Covid-19 pandemic
28 April 2020
Government must address IR35's inherent flaws and unfairnesses, committee concludes
Off-payroll working: treating people fairly report published
27 April 2020
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