Treasury

If you have written to Nigel as part of a standard-letter campaign, such as those from 38 Degrees, you can find his responses on the issues here.

April 2019 – Trade bill Lords Amendments

Thank you to those who contacted me about future trade agreements. I understand your concerns regarding standards in future trade agreements, the scrutiny of such agreements, […]

April 2019 – TV Licence Concessions

Thank you to those who contacted me with your concerns about the future of the free TV licence for over-75s. As you will be aware, people […]

April 2019 – NHS pensions

Thank you to those who contacted me me about NHS pensions. As I’m sure you know, a reformed NHS scheme was introduced on 1 April 2015 […]

April 2019 – Supporting Beer and Pubs

Thank you to those who contacted me about support for pubs. I recognise the crucial role that pubs play in the social and economic life of […]

March 2019 – Funding for Children’s Services

Thank you to those who contacted me about funding for local children’s services. I care deeply about the services our children receive and want to ensure […]

March 2019 – School Funding

Thank you to those who contacted me about school funding. More money is going into our schools than ever before and school funding is at a […]

March 2019 – World Autism Awareness Week

Thank you for contacting me about supporting people with autism. First let me commend the excellent work the National Autistic Society is doing in raising awareness […]

March 2019 – Probate Fees

Thank you to those who have contacted me about probate fees. I understand your concerns over the change to fees for a grant of probate. Dealing with the […]

March 2019 – Sale of RBS Shares

Thank you to those who have contacted me about Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) shares. I understand your concerns regarding the sale of RBS shares back […]

March 2019 – Universal Credit Estimates Day debate

Thank you to those who have contacted me about Universal Credit (UC) and financial hardship. I am committed to having a strong safety net where people need it. […]