We have referred briefly to these amendments. In fact, the hon. Member for Cardiff, Central alluded to them, although she was out of order in doing so, and we have discussed clause 92 stand part.
The amendments are very simple. If clauses 91 and 92 are to stand part of the Bill, and if clause 92(3) sets out the sort of harmless, straightforward information that could be made available, putting the driving licence number and vehicle registration of a debtor on that list would add to the information that is easy to access, and it would be perfectly acceptable for that information to be made available to the court incertain circumstances. My suggestion would assist the Government, and I hope that they examine it carefully.
Will the Minister give us some information about the circumstances under which she believes it would be of benefit to the courts to have information about an individual’s driving licence number?
It is not my amendment, and I have no reason to think why I might want something thatthe hon. Gentleman offers. However, we do not need the amendment because we can already access the information through an electronic link to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. I therefore invite him to withdraw the amendment.