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People matching Robert Dixon-Smith

Lord Dixon-Smith

Conservative Peer , 30 Nov 1992 –


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Energy: Renewables (EUC Report) (20 Nov 2008)

Lord Freeman: ...of the clerks who service Select Committees in this House, and I echo the views of all your Lordships in commending the quality not only of our clerks but of the clerk to Sub-Committee B. I also thank Dr Robert Gross, our special adviser from Imperial College, for his expert advice. Our report was a voyage of discovery. We certainly have not completed our understanding of the complicated...

Planning Bill (20 Oct 2008)

Lord Patel of Bradford: The issue of time limits was debated in the other place, and following concerns raised by Robert Neill MP, the Government agreed that it would be not be right for local authorities to be able continually to extend the period in which legal proceedings could be brought and so keep the threat of enforcement hanging over a promoter. The Bill has been amended to preclude this, but the noble Lord...

House of Lords Reform (22 Jan 2003)

Lord McNally: ...no intention of abolishing the House of Lords. Fast forwarding 18 years, in 1997 I served on a committee of the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats under the joint chairmanship of Mr Robin Cook and Mr Robert Maclennan. The result of those deliberations was the Cook/Maclennan report, which was published as a joint manifesto on constitutional reform which both parties submitted to the...


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