Time running out for Straw's motor bill


Mr Straw introduced his private member's Bill on 13 September last year with the aim of reforming the regulation and operation of the market in motor insurance. The five sections include banning referral fees and new measures to combat the increase in whiplash claims.

For the latter Mr Straw proposed that anyone involved in an accident at less than 15 miles per hour would be assumed not to have suffered a whiplash injury.

At the recent meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance

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