As previously reported here, the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Bill was introduced into Parliament in November 2009. It is designed, in particular, to remedy the shortcomings of current legislation in protecting the rights of third party claimants against insurers of the liabilities of insolvent defendants. It is continuing to progress through the House of Lords, having completed the House of Lords Report stage on 22 February 2010. A provisional date for its Third Reading, the final chance to amend the Bill, is 1 March 2010. We will report here on any further developments in the passage of the Bill.