My Lords, to speak on this Bill is to undertake the position of being heard as yet another voice with yet another amalgam of personal opinions on this multifaceted issue. I do not seek to preach morals and ethics, nor do I seek to persuade others to adopt my opinion on these issues. Instead I wish to establish facts. There has been some debate among doctors regarding the appropriate stance...
My Lords, I confess that I feel like a blushing maiden this evening, on the occasion of my first speech to your Lordships' House. Identity cards are not new to society. They have been in use for a very long time in many countries which we consider to be normal, democratic societies. With the evolution of democracy, free society now has the conundrum of how to balance the rights and freedoms...
Former Crossbench Peer
Became a Lord on 12 July 2004
Left House of Commons on 13 March 2014 — Died
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