The Bishop of Durham

Former Peer

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Former Bishop

Entered the House of Lords in 1994

Left the House of Lords on 30 April 2003

Recent appearances

  • Supermarkets: Payments to Suppliers 26 Feb 2003

    My Lords, will the Minister take the opportunity to commend direct selling from the farmers to the public, through the farmers' markets and the like that take place in many of the northern dales that I know? That system requires no credit.
  • Iraq 8 Jan 2003

    My Lords, in view of what the Minister has just said—rightly—about the safety of British intelligence forces and other western personnel, is she aware that 42 per cent of the population of Iraq are under 16? That represents 9.6 million children. Is the same weight given to the probability of innocent suffering in Iraq, should war break out, as to the protection of our people?
  • UK Entrants: Medical Tests 4 Dec 2002

    My Lords, will the Minister give a categoric assurance that for asylum seekers with chronic illnesses who are already in this country medical facilities are as freely available as they are for a United Kingdom citizen?

More of The Bishop of Durham’s recent appearances

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