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Discussion of the Saving Gateway Accounts Bill, and its general principles, took place in the House of Lords on 17 March.
The second reading saw contributions from Members with a wide range of expertise on business, finance and more.
The committee stage - line by line examination of the Bill - where every suggested change can be discussed and votes can happen, is scheduled for 2 April.
The Saving Gateway Accounts Bill establishes a Government-subsidised savings scheme for people of working age on low incomes and in receipt of specified benefits.
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