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1.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

MPs may not be given an opportunity to debate an extension to the stamp duty holiday beyond 31 March, despite an online petition passing the 100,000 threshold which would trigger such discussion. The House of Commons previously confirmed there would be a debate about stamp duty after a petition on …

2.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Winkworth has welcomed the move to hold a Commons debate on the issue of an extension to the current stamp duty deadline. Dominic Agace, chief executive of Winkworth, said: “Insisting on a hard deadline seems crazy in a world where everything is changing all the time.

3.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Parliament will debate whether to extend the stamp duty holiday, after more than 110,000 people signed a petition calling for the change. The tax break, which is set to end on 31 March 2021, was…

4.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

An online petition that has garnered well over 100,000 signatures looked set to force MPs to debate an extension to the Stamp Duty holiday. But leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has thwarted the discussion, by suspending Westminster Hall debates “until further notice”. MPs are…

5.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Parliament to debate stamp duty holiday extension 18th January 2021 January 18, 2021 The House of Commons has confirmed there will be a debate about stamp duty after a petition on the UK government’s website for the current stamp duty holiday until September 2021 secured enough signatures for it to be considered for debate in Parliament.

6.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

The government will be forced to debate the stamp duty holiday, after more than 115,000 people signed a petition calling for an extension. Rightmove has estimated that, as it stands, more than 100,000 people will miss out on the stamp duty holiday, seeing as the market is movingly more slowly than usual.

7.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is considering an extension to the current stamp duty holiday according to media reports today – and the House of Commons has confirmed there will be a debate on the issue.

8.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Stamp duty holiday extension debate Parliament will debate whether to extend the stamp duty holiday, after more than 110,000 people signed a petition calling for the change. Those who signed are asking for a 6-month extension on the initial end date of 31 st March 2021.

9.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

Petition Extend the Stamp Duty Holiday for an additional 6 months after 31st March 2021 Extending the Stamp Duty Holiday for an additional 6 months will assist many buyers who are looking to move to a property that they will not be able to afford otherwise. This will help to stabilise the housing market

10.Stamp duty holiday extension debate

The House of Commons confirmed today there will be a debate about stamp duty after more than 100,000 people signed a petition for the stamp duty holiday to be extended for a further six months…

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1.Stamp duty holiday extension – MP calls for action after debate is postponed

The chair of the Petitions Committee Catherine McKinnell MP calls on the government to urgently make plans to restart petitions.

Published Date: 2021-01-20T23:18:00.0000000Z

2.Parliament to debate stamp duty holiday extension

The House of Commons has confirmed there will be a debate about a stamp duty extension until 30 September after a petition passed 100,000 signatures.

Published Date: 2021-01-18T16:21:00.0000000Z

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