Amendment 37D | Financial Services Bill – Report (3rd Day) (and remaining stages) | Lords debates

My Lords, I thank all noble Lords who have contributed to this debate on such an important issue. Cash still matters, and it matters materially to millions. I thank particularly my noble friend the Minister for the way in which he and all Treasury officials have engaged with this issue. It is a key part, […]

Amendment 37D | Financial Services Bill – Report (3rd Day) (and remaining stages) | Lords debates

My Lords, it is a pleasure to speak to these amendments, both of which are in my name. In doing so, I declare my financial services interests as set out in the register. I will move also Amendment 40A when we get to that stage. I thank my noble friend the Minister for the way […]

Amendment 28 | Financial Services Bill – Report (3rd Day) (and remaining stages) | Lords debates

My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow my noble friend Lady Neville-Rolfe; in doing so, I declare my financial services interests as set out in the register. My noble friend and I came into the House in the same autumn and, since 2013, we have both talked very much about distributed digital ID. It […]

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill – Second Reading | Lords debates

My Lords, I congratulate my noble friend Lord Randall of Uxbridge and Chris Loder MP in another place for their sponsorship of this clear piece of legislation. I declare my interest as a guide dog owner. In 2013, I had the privilege not only of joining your Lordships’ House but of bringing in my then […]

Amendment 21 | Financial Services Bill – Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates

My Lords, it is a pleasure to take part on this group of amendments. I declare my financial services interests and say just this: the borrowers are not to blame, but they bear the burden. Does my noble friend the Minister agree? In agreeing to a large extent with my noble friend Lady Noakes, with […]