Supply and Appropriation Bills are presented as Money Bills.
Money Bills (Bills designed to raise money through taxes or spend public money) start in the Commons and must receive Royal Assent no later than a month after being introduced in the Lords, even if the House of Lords has not passed them. The Lords cannot amend Money Bills.
This Bill is the legal mechanism the Government needs to raise, and spend, public money.
This is a Treasury Bill, introduced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP.
This Bill isn’t really up for debate. Supply and Appropriation Bills are introduced every year, and are really a formality.
How to get involved
This isn’t a piece of legislation that can be lobbied, but you can contact your MP to find out more about how it works.
If I don’t act, will it go through?
This Bill will go through.