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To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Deighton on 2 February (HL4233), whether the Government have paid to the European Union an additional £1.7 billion or a reduced amount of £850 million; and if they have paid either amount, what was their rationale for agreeing to make the payment.
My Lords, the title of today’s debate is “Further incremental reform to address the size of the House”. It seems a funny thing to debate. Surely the debate should be why the Prime Minister is creating so many new Members when we are already overcrowded. The best way to control immigration is to close UK borders. There are other solutions but that is the easiest solution, and...
To ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations they or the Pensions Regulator have received about the operation of the Pensions Regulator internet portal for the registration of contacts for the automatic enrolment of employees into workplace pensions, in particular in relation to problems with the login details supplied to employers; and what steps they plan to take to rectify...
Entered the House of Lords on 27 March 1987
Party was Conservative until 28 May 2004; Other until 13 Sep 2004; Crossbench until 2 Nov 2004; Conservative Independent until 16 Sep 2012
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