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Viscount Waverley

Crossbench Peer

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A selection of Viscount Waverley's votes

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Recent appearances

  • British Citizens Stranded Overseas - Question 14 May 2020

    Following the point raised by the noble Lord, Lord Campbell, airfields are currently full of aircraft and abundant air staff are furloughed. What justification exists for the inability to requisition repatriation capacity and capability at neutral cost to the taxpayer? Does a global co-ordination unit exist to share the practicalities of repatriation? If so, from where is it managed?
  • Beyond Brexit (European Union Committee Report) - Motion to Consider 12 May 2020

    This is an important report and requires comprehensive consideration. Fostering relationships and working for certainty is key to the UK’s future in this complex, uncertain world. As applicable to beyond the EU as within, engagement, trust-building, negotiation and agreement are key. I remain for ever hopeful that conditions can be met to reset a number of relationships. The sum of four...
  • Aviation and Tourism: Cancellations - Question 5 May 2020

    Compounding the distress, the tourism industry at destinations is also moribund. I fell foul of this myself, but recognised force majeure. Does the Minister recognise that certain carriers are avoiding legal compliance by not paying out on cancellations, yet are benefiting from bailouts or implementing internal redundancies and renegotiating contracts for those who remain? Notwithstanding...

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Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1990


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