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.

August 2017 – Pubs & Beer Duty

Thank you for contacting me about pubs, beer duty, and the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). Pubs play a crucial role in the social and economic […]

July 2017 – Families in Debt – UPDATE

Thank you for contacting me about families in debt. While I have previously written about this issue [here], I thought the following procedural update would be […]

April 2017 – Soft Drink Industry Levy (“Sugar Tax”)

I have received a number of emails regarding plans to introduce a levy on soft drinks that contain added sugar. The Government has announced that legislation […]

March 2017 – Families in Debt/”Breathing Space” Campaign

Thank you for your recent email regarding families in debt and the “Breathing Space” campaign. The Families with Children and Young People in Debt (Respite) Bill, introduced […]

March 2017 – Beer Duty

A large number of constituents have written regarding beer duty.  I would like to make clear I fully support a move to lower beer duty, or […]

February 2017 – Sale of Student Loans Book

Thank you for contacting me about the sale of the student loans book. I understand your concerns but please be assured that the sale of part […]

January 2017 – FairFuelUK Campaign

Thank you for your recent email regarding fuel prices. I know the FairFuelUK campaign raises a number of issues, however I welcome the progress that the […]

November 2016 – EDM 689

Thank you for your recent email about public bodies and EDM 689.  While I do not, by practice, generally sign EDMs, let me set out my thoughts […]

November 2016 – Beer Duty and the Autumn Statement

Thank you for contacting me about beer duty and business rates. I recognise the important contribution that pubs make to their communities, and I welcome the […]

October 2016 – Children’s Society/Families in Debt

Thank you for your recent email regarding the Children’s Society campaign on families in debt. The Families with Children and Young People in Debt (Respite) Bill, introduced […]