John Robertson (Glasgow, North-West) (Lab
May I say what a pleasure it is to have you in the Chair today, Mr. Cummings? I am delighted that my hon. Friend the Economic Secretary to the Treasury is replying to this debate. He was good enough to attend the meeting that I organised on this subject a few weeks ago. I know that he will use a constructive approach, listen to the concerns felt by me and many other hon. Members, and furnish me with the answers that I seek.
I would like to begin by telling a couple of stories that illustrate why I became involved in this issue. I will then fill in the background on the work done in the fight for free cash machines, and finish by saying what I want to happen, and by putting a series of questions to the Minister.