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The All Party Parliamentary Group for Mutuals

Cross-party group of MPs: New legislation and better regulation is required for financial mutuals

Parliamentary group mutualsThe All-Party Parliamentary Group for Mutuals has challenged the way that government and financial regulators work with mutuals.

The Group has called for a series of reforms that will enable building societies, friendly societies and mutual insurers to compete on a fair basis with plcs.

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Time to get tough on football authorities, say MPs

Parliamentary group mutuals

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Mutuals has called on the Government to take urgent action to improve the way that football club owners behave towards supporter groups.

In a report that is critical of the attitudes the Football Association, Premier League and Football League exhibit towards the ownership of clubs, MPs have called for them to be directed to protect the interests of supporters.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Mutuals Launch

Jonathan Evans MP speaking at the launch of the APPG for Mutuals

 

Yesterday [20 May 2013] saw the launch of the new APPG for Mutuals at a Parliamentary Reception in Westminster.  The launch was attended by MPs from each of the main parties as well as experts from  across the mutual sector.

The purpose of the new All-Party Group (APPG) is to discuss and support mutuals in Parliament. There is no doubt that over the past few years, mutuals of all types have received more attention from each of the political parties; all three of the main parties showed an interest in mutuals in their manifestos in the run up to the General Election in 2010 and since then, the Coalition Agreement included a commitment to promote mutuals.

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