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Mr Speaker, given the nature of these questions, I almost feel that this urgent question should have been taken by the Chancellor.
As I said, we recognise that the single biggest driver of pressure on household incomes has been rises in gas and electricity bills.
As I said, we have doubled the funding in the household support fund, putting an extra £500 million into it to help the right hon.
I reject the hon. Lady’s caricature.
The Chancellor is very familiar with all the arguments around the policy that the hon. Member mentions.
These matters are often covered in the Barnett formula and the complexities of Treasury settlements with the devolved Administrations, so
There have been so many questions for the Chancellor that I am sure by now he has tuned in and is listening to proceedings.
Confidence among farmers to sow next year’s winter wheat crop and to continue to put down flocks of broiler chicken and so on really does
My hon. Friend raises an important point.