The Minister is right to highlight these issues. It may be worse than that, because there is a shortage of qualified trustees, even for trust schemes. First, to find volunteers will be incredibly hard. Secondly, they have to be trained, which takes an enormous amount of time. Thirdly, some remuneration is inevitably involved in expenses for travelling to meetings.
The operation is enormous. It is not quite of the scale of the 1948 partition of British India, but it has been rather cavalierly wrapped into a short proposal by the shadow Minister. Does the Minister agree that it is curious that we have not heard any presentation of evidence from the 40,000 schemes involved that this is what they want to do, because they think it is needed and because members are crying out for it, let alone any costing?