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Ministerial Corrections
04 September 2018
Volume 646

Ministerial Corrections

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Cabinet Office

Infected Blood Inquiry

The following is an extract from questions on a statement by the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office on 2 July 2018.

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I welcome the statement from my right hon. Friend. May I also say how important it is for my constituents and the families of those who have been impacted by this that the inquiry is conducted in a speedy fashion, with answers and conclusions available as soon as possible? Can he confirm that the lessons learned from the experience of the Scottish inquiry will be fully taken on board by Sir Brian?

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Yes, I can give that assurance. Indeed, when Sir Brian was consulting survivors’ groups and campaigners prior to sending me his proposed terms of reference, he took note from what was said by, among other groups, the Scottish Haemophilia Society and the Scottish Infected Blood Forum about what had gone wrong in respect of the Penrose model. Sir Brian is very keen to avoid those problems occurring in this new inquiry now. [Official Report, 2 July 2018, Vol. 644, c. 72.]

Letter of correction from Mr Lidington:

An error has been identified in the response I gave to my hon. Friend the Member for Stirling (Stephen Kerr).

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Yes, I can give that assurance. Indeed, when Sir Brian was consulting survivors’ groups and campaigners prior to sending me his proposed terms of reference, he took note from what was said by, among other groups, Haemophilia Scotland and the Scottish Infected Blood Forum about what had gone wrong in respect of the Penrose model. Sir Brian is very keen to avoid those problems occurring in this new inquiry now.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill

The following is an extract from the consideration of Lords amendments to the Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill on Wednesday 18 July 2018.

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It is important that we have a level playing field for companies in the market. I have received representations stating that the customer accounts threshold for offering warm home discounts and ECO should be dropped to ensure that more companies can offer them to customers. We introduced legislation recently to reduce that threshold from 200,000 to 150,000, in increments of 50,000. Customers in receipt of warm home discounts will have a lower chance of losing them if they switch.

[Official Report, 18 July 2018, Vol. 645, c. 461]

Letter of correction from Claire Perry.

An error has been identified in my opening speech during the debate on Lords amendment 1.

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It is important that we have a level playing field for companies in the market. I have received representations stating that the customer accounts threshold for offering warm home discounts and ECO should be dropped to ensure that more companies can offer them to customers. We introduced legislation recently to reduce that threshold from 250,000 to 150,000, in increments of 50,000. Customers in receipt of warm home discounts will have a lower chance of losing them if they switch.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Draft Warm Home Discount (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2018

The following is an extract from First Delegated Legislation Committee on Draft Warm Home Discount (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2018 on 9 July 2018.

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The regulations we are debating today introduce a key change to the scheme. I have decided that more energy suppliers should be required to offer the warm home discount to customers so that from winter 2019 about 99% of the domestic market will be covered by obligated suppliers. [Official Report, First Delegated Legislation Committee, 9 July 2018, c. 4.]

Letter of correction from Claire Perry:

An error has been identified in my speech in the First Delegated Legislation Committee on 9 July 2018.

The correct response should have been:

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The regulations we are debating today introduce a key change to the scheme. I have decided that more energy suppliers should be required to offer the warm home discount to customers so that from winter 2020 about 99% of the domestic market will be covered by obligated suppliers.