Bank reform Bill passes through Parliament
THE Government's Bill to reform the banking sector in light of
the financial crisis of 2008 was expected to complete its
parliamentary passage on Wednesday night, during a "ping-pong"
session, at which the Bill would pass between the House of Commons
and House of Lords to confirm final amendments.
By the time the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill had
completed its passage through the Lords late on Monday, it had
grown from 29 pages, when it was introduced to the Commons ...
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