Jack Straw to "push on" with motor reform


Mr Straw told Insurance Age that despite his bill failing to make the statute book, he was satisfied that it had acted as a prompt to government to act on the issues surrounding the motor market.

“Of the four substantive clauses in my bill I have achieved agreement, to varying extents, on three of the four areas,” he claimed.

“The government is currently putting a ban on referral fees through Parliament, the Justice Minister Mr Djanogly told the Commons that the government intended to reduce the

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