Coalition withdraws irresponsible lending legislation

A lack of support in the Senate has prompted the Morrison Government to put its draft legislation to abolish responsible lending laws on the backburner until at least June.

Consumer Action Law Centre CEO Gerard Brody has urged senators to reject the legislation if and when it returns to the upper house, arguing that banks will be less accountable and consumers will have fewer legal rights if the legislation is enacted.

From The Australian:

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