Auto-enrolment private members' bill set for second reading

MPs debated further reforms

Holly Roach
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The bill is set for a second reading on 25 February
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The bill is set for a second reading on 25 February

A private members’ bill pushing for auto-enrolment (AE) reform extension is set for a second reading on 25 February.

The bill - set out by Conservative MP Richard Holden - is seeking to broaden the remit of AE to cover more workers and more of their earnings. Holden used the bill yesterday (5 January) to urge ...

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