Baroness Hale of Richmond

Judge Peer

Not eligible to take part in the work of the House of Lords due to being a member of the judiciary. See the Ineligible members of the House of Lords page on Parliament's website and Section 137 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005.

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Judge Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 12 January 2004

Currently held offices

  • Chair, Royal Albert Hall Bill [HL] Committee (since 11 Mar 2024)
  • Chair, Royal Albert Hall Bill [HL] Committee (since 11 Mar 2024)

Recent appearances

  • Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 39 19 Feb 2024

    My Lords, I shall explain why I am proud to support this vital group of amendments to Clause 4 proposed by the noble Baroness, Lady Chakrabarti. They restore to the courts of this country the role which is properly theirs under our centuries-old constitutional arrangements, which respect the separation of powers between Parliament, the Executive and the judiciary. I must apologise to the...
  • Mental Health: Children and Young People - Motion to Take Note 23 Nov 2023

    My Lords, I am so grateful to the noble Earl, Lord Russell, for giving us the opportunity to debate this most important subject, one in which I have taken a close personal interest in my professional career. But first, I owe you an apology. This is my maiden speech, yet I was sworn in as a Member of this House as long ago as 12 January 2004. I am rushing to remedy the defect before the 20th...

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