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To ask Her Majesty's Government how many ministers attended the commemoration of 50 years of Continuous At Sea Deterrence held at HM Naval Base Clyde (Faslane) on Friday 5 July.
My Lords, I believe—because I have no experience—that it is conventional at the end of long legislation to thank all those who were involved in the process. This may be slightly more difficult for me this evening than it would be in normal circumstances but, as many noble Lords have said, this is an historic moment. We are on the verge of some very significant discussions and negotiations...
My Lords, on behalf of my noble friend Lord Rooker, I beg to move that the Report be now received. Report received.
Entered the House of Lords on 24 August 1999
Previously MP for Hamilton South until 23 August 1999 — Became peer
Entered the House of Commons on 31 May 1978 — unknown
Party was Labour until 23 Aug 1999; Other until 2 Feb 2000; Crossbench until 28 Jan 2004
Also represented Hamilton South; Hamilton
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