House of Lords debates
Monday, 21 January 2013
- Introduction: Lord Nash (0 speeches)
John Alfred Stoddard Nash, Esquire, having been created Baron Nash, of Ewelme in the County of Oxfordshire, was introduced and took the oath, supported by Lord Saatchi and Lord Hill of Oareford,...
- Global Hunger — Question (14 speeches)
To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the opportunities for tackling global hunger in 2013 and beyond, including at this year's G8 summit.
- Energy: Wind Farms — Question (14 speeches)
To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they are planning changes to their support for onshore wind farms.
- Social Care: Funding — Question (16 speeches)
To ask Her Majesty's Government when they will announce their decision on the Dilnot Commission's recommendations on capping the cost of adult social care for individuals.
- Iraq: Camp Liberty — Question (10 speeches)
To ask Her Majesty's Government what recent information they have concerning flooding by sewage and storm water at Camp Liberty, and whether they have made representations to the United Nations...
- Antarctic Bill — First Reading (0 speeches)
The Bill was brought from the Commons, read a first time and ordered to be printed.
- European Union (Croatian Accession and Irish Protocol) Bill — Third Reading (0 speeches)
- European Union (Approvals) Bill [HL] — Third Reading (0 speeches)
Bill passed and sent to the Commons.
- Public Service Pensions Bill (0 speeches)
Public Service Pensions Bil 10th Report from the Delegated Powers Committee
- Committee (3rd Day) (20 speeches)
Relevant documents: 10th Report from the Delegated Powers Committee Clause 20 : Consultation and report Amendment 116A Moved by Lord Eatwell 116A: Clause 20, page 11, line 19, leave out "significant"
- Algeria — Statement (25 speeches)
My Lords, with the leave of the House, I shall now repeat a Statement made earlier in another place by my right honourable friend the Prime Minister. The Statement is as follows. "With...
- Korean Peninsula — Question for Short Debate (10 speeches)
To ask Her Majesty's Government what is their assessment of the security, humanitarian, and human rights situation on the Korean Peninsula.