Lord Grade to support Live Music Bill

The private members Bill has moved up the pecking order on the list of debates and was expected to get its second reading at around 10.30am, following a debate on dog control.

Alongside Lord Grade of Yarmouth, Clement-Jones was also expected to get support from former Playschool presenter Floella Benjamin - now Baroness Benjamin of Beckenham - and campaigning journalist Baroness Joan Bakewell.

Tom Kiehl, policy advisor for the Lib Dem Lords, said the former BBC chairman and ITV executive ...

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