Had a very quick skim. As you'd imagine bill sets up a regulatory framework.
I was interested to see what it says about informed consent/liability. A couple of excerpts:
15 Informed consent
(1) The holder of an operator licence must not allow an individual to take part, in a prescribed role or capacity, in spaceflight activities carried out by the licensee unless the individual
(a) has signified his or her consent to accept the risks involved in those activities, and
(b) fulfils prescribed criteria with respect to age and mental capacity.
(2) Consent to accept the risks involved in spaceflight activities must be signified by signing a document (a “consent form”) that gives details of the risk assessment carried out for those activities under section 8.
(3) Regulations may make
(a) provision about the form and content of consent forms;
(b) provision about information to be given to individuals before they sign consent forms;
(c) provision imposing evidential and procedural requirements with regard to the signification of consent.
(4) It is an offence for a licensee to contravene subsection (1).
30 Liability of licensee for injury or damage etc
(5) Regulations may impose a limit on the amount of the liability of the holder of an operator licence (under this section or otherwise) in respect of injury or damage that
(a) arises out of spaceflight activities carried out by the licensee, and
(b) is sustained in prescribed circumstances or by persons of prescribed descriptions.