Former Conservative Peer
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My Lords, reading the title of today's debate, led so effectively by my noble friend Lord Sanderson, stirred memories for me of the exhibitions that I organised many years ago, the concept of which I believe could be adapted to be of use again today. I start by telling your Lordships of my experience, going back some 25 years, when I picked up the phone one day to be asked whether I would...
My Lords, I start by declaring an interest. I have been a smallish shareholder in the Ambassador Theatre Group for several years. It has 11 theatres in London, and another nine around the country. I also add my thanks to the noble Lord, Lord Harrison, for initiating this debate, based on an excellent report from the Theatres Trust. I have been a regular theatregoer ever since my early school...
rose to ask Her Majesty's Government whether the state of the British clothing and textile industry is satisfactory. My Lords, I welcome this opportunity to discuss the state of the clothing and textile industry today. In the time available tonight, I shall deal only with the clothing industry. I have never had a financial interest in the industry, except as a long-term sleeping shareholder...
Former Conservative Peer
Entered the House of Lords in 1996
Left the House of Lords on 30 June 2017
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