Former Crossbench Peer
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(Valedictory Speech) My Lords, I thank noble Lords for the many generous remarks made this morning about someone I do not recognise. As a Welshman and a Lloyd George, I find myself almost lost for words—which, I think noble Lords will agree, is a pretty kettle of fish. I begin by apologising to the noble Lord, Lord Shutt, and to the Minister for gate-crashing an important debate on the...
My Lords, I am grateful for the assurances that the Minister has given so far in respect of possible closures as a result of the change in the financial arrangements and also, of course, of developments in towns, which inevitably result in the creation of new general practices and new associated pharmacies. On the question of rural practices where a proportion of patients are very old indeed,...
My Lords, at this time in the debate, most of one’s birds have been shot—or, in the case of the noble Lord, Lord Rooker, blasted out of the sky very skilfully. I see that the noble Lord is not in his place; I would be grateful if his colleagues would tell him that that remark was made in an entirely admiring way. I will begin by declaring a long-standing family interest in these matters,...
Former Crossbench Peer
Entered the House of Lords in 1983
Left the House of Lords on 1 May 2015 — retired
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