The closure of over 3,000 banks across the country makes it more vital than ever to have free ATMs, particularly in rural communities, writes Lord Naseby.
Concerned about the rise of knife crime in the UK, Lord Naseby asked the Home Office Minister what action is being taken to ensure that retailers selling kitchen knives adhere to regulations.
Is this really a country that has to be monitored by the West almost every day? The President of the APPG for Sri Lanka thinks not.
Lord Naseby tabled his question a month ago to bring into the open the possible impact of the BBC deciding in 2020 not to continue the scheme, which started in 2000, that any individual 75 or over is entitled to a concessionary TV licence.