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leave out from 'should be' to end and insert 'be VAT zero-rated.'
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That this House notes that the Fuel Poverty Advisory Group has said that current programmes to deal with fuel poverty need to be increased by at least 50 per cent. if Government objectives are to be met; notes also that emissions of carbon dioxide have increased; believes that to reduce CO2 emissions and to help persons on low incomes to keep their homes warm VAT on the supply and installation of energy saving materials should be levied at the reduced rate of 5 per cent.; and therefore supports the terms of the Energy Saving Materials (reduced Rate of VAT) Bill 2002 introduced into this House by the honourable Member for Swindon South on 6th November.
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