My Lords, shall we start with the right reverend Prelate and then go to my noble friend?
My Lords, it is the turn of the Cross-Benchers. I respectfully remind your Lordships that the shorter the interventions, the more of your Lordships who can be heard.
My Lords, if we hear first from the noble Lord, Lord Weatherill, it will then be the turn of the Labour Benches.
Former Labour Peer
Entered the House of Lords in 1992
Left the House of Lords on 20 September 2003
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