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  • 20th October 2010
    Harriett makes her maiden speech in the House of Commons

    Full text of Harriett's speech in the debate on Independent Financial Advisors. read more »

  • 18th October 2010
    Harriett makes her maiden speech in the House of Commons

    During Work and Pensions Question Time in the House of Commons, Harriett asks the Secretary of State if his reforms will help ensure that the Department's accounts can be signed off by the auditors in future - after not having been signed off for many years. read more »

  • 14th October 2010
    Commons 002

    Harriett recounts the experiences of a constituent who was first infected with contaminated blood products in 1976 and as a result has been unable to work since 1997. She calls for the review to ensure that compensation levels will reflect the length of time individuals have been unable to work and to ensure that patients in this position never again experience financial disadvantage from this terrible situation. read more »

  • 12th October 2010
    Commons 001

    Harriett welcomes the cuts in corporation tax that were announced in June as basic economics suggests lower tax rates for business can lead to higher tax revenues from business. read more »

  • 11th October 2010
    Commons 002

    Speaking during a Commons debate on welfare reform, Harriett Baldwin expresses her surprise that the Leader of the Opposition would like to restore child benefit to those earning higher salaries. read more »

  • 8th September 2010
    Commons 001

    Following the Government statement on overpayments and underpayments in the PAYE system, Harriett Baldwin raises her concerns that other problems with the HMRC computer system have yet to be uncovered. read more »

  • 7th September 2010
    Commons 002

    During a debate on the Bill which will cap civil service redundancy pay at one year's salary or 15 months for voluntary redundancies, Harriett Baldwin expresses her preference for a negotiated settlement if possible. However, she supports the view that the current Civil Service Compensation Scheme - where some long serving civil servants are entitled to up to six years salary - is inappropriate when the average private sector redundancy payment is £9,000. read more »

  • 20th July 2010
    Commons 002

    During a debate following the Government statement on the establishment of the Office of Tax Simplification, Harriett asks if the initial appointments to lead the office for one year allows sufficient time to enable them to read the 11,000 pages of tax code. read more »

  • 20th July 2010
    Big Ben

    Harriett Baldwin calls for more family-friendly working hours and also points out that if the House started sitting earlier it would allow less time for statements to be leaked to the press before being presented to MPs! read more »

  • 15th July 2010
    Construction

    Harriett Baldwin questions the Government on what advice has been given to local authorities who are facing planning appeals from developers whose applications were rejected on the basis of the Pickles letter - a letter announcing the end of Regional Spatial Strategies that was sent to local Councils in May. read more »



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