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

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

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 […]

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 […]

Amendment 17 | Financial Services Bill – Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates

My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow my noble friend Lady McIntosh, and to congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Stevenson of Balmacara, on all his efforts in this respect. The Law Commission’s recommendations seemed pertinent and on point in 2017; four years on, they seem similarly pertinent and on point. Will my noble friend […]