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03 December 2018
Volume 650

Finance (No. 3) Bill

The following are extracts from Finance (No. 3) Public Bill Committee, Tuesday 27 November 2018.

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The hon. Lady makes an entirely reasonable request for that information. As I indicated, I am happy to provide it to her. In fact, divine inspiration has just arrived—I have an answer; I knew it was lost somewhere in my mind. There have, in fact, been 12 opinions, all of which have been supportive of HMRC. If she would care for any further information, I am happy to provide it outside the Committee.

[Finance (No. 3) Public Bill Committee, 27 November 2018, c. 28.]

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If it is in order, Ms Dorries, I will give the hon. Member for Oxford East an additional piece of information on the issue of referrals to the panel. There were nine cases rather than 12; there were 12 opinions on those nine cases, all of which supported HMRC. That might explain how I had a figure of nine while the hon. Lady was focused on 12.

[Finance (No. 3) Public Bill Committee, 27 November 2018, c. 29.]

Letter of correction from the Financial Secretary to the Treasury:

Errors have been identified in my responses to questions raised during the debate on clause 2, Corporation tax charge for financial year 2020.

The correct responses should have been:

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The hon. Lady makes an entirely reasonable request for that information. As I indicated, I am happy to provide it to her. In fact, divine inspiration has just arrived—I have an answer; I knew it was lost somewhere in my mind. There have, in fact, been 16 opinions, all of which have been supportive of HMRC. If she would care for any further information, I am happy to provide it outside the Committee.

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If it is in order, Ms Dorries, I will give the hon. Member for Oxford East an additional piece of information on the issue of referrals to the panel. There were nine cases rather than 12; there were 16 opinions on those nine cases, all of which supported HMRC. That might explain how I had a figure of nine while the hon. Lady was focused on 12.