To provide a forum for MPs and peers to discuss debt and personal finance issues; to monitor legislative and other developments in this area; and to provide an opportunity for liaison between members and consumer organisations with an interest in these issues.
Found: Other tax rules on corporate debt
Found: sharks. The median amount of outstanding consumer debt on rent-to-own, home-collected credit and catalogue
3. Written evidence: Finance Innovation Lab (further submission) (FSB09)
02/12/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: Amendments 29,
which improve the debt respite scheme.
Found: technology you use.
Preferred bidder debt funding competitions: letter
PDF, 49.8KB, 1 page
5. Debt respite scheme (breathing space): Guidance on mental health crisis breathing space
06/04/2021 - HM Treasury
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Debt respite scheme (breathing
1. Covid-19: Household Debt
08/07/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on household debt.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
2. Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme
05/11/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: of the errors of the past.A rising tide of debt is making the coronavirus business interruption - Speech Link
2: cash-flow crisis, but it will lead to crippling debt in the longer term when the taxpayer support ends - Speech Link
3. Household Debt
13/11/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: levels of household debt in this country. Households in the UK are taking on far more debt than they used - Speech Link
4. Student Loan Book: Sale
11/10/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: Furthermore, the Government’s policies on student finance and higher education are not being altered by the - Speech Link
2: they will raise £12 billion by privatising student debt, so will the Minister tell us whether that is still - Speech Link
3: lessons from the Scottish National party on student finance. The SNP has created a system that actively works - Speech Link
5. Financial Services Bill
24/03/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: in making allowances for unexpected disasters, personal and business. That has long gone—as of course - Speech Link
2: by the “caveat emptor” principle—the taking of personal responsibility—to which the noble Baroness, Lady - Speech Link
3: Regulator. I did that on the suggestion of UK Finance, which has also taken an interest in my amendment - Speech Link
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