Earl Ferrers hardly ever rebelled against their party in their last parliament
The noble Baroness is making a very interesting speech, but she will talk in acronyms. She talks about HBs, DCLGs and so on, and some of the more modest of us are not quite certain what she is talking about.
Perhaps I may interrupt my noble friend for a moment as one who intended to make a speech but was unable to do so because the noble Baroness got up too quickly. Does my noble friend agree that it is in fact impossible to have equality between people? You can have equalities of opportunity for people to use, but you cannot possibly say that two people are equal.
With the greatest respect, the noble Lord is doing more than making an intervention; he is making another speech.
Former Conservative Peer
Became a Lord in 1954
Left House of Commons on 13 November 2012 — Died
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