Lord Mowbray and Stourton

Former Conservative Peer

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • British Authors: Archives 13 Dec 2005

    My Lords, I speak as a member of the Roxburghe Club. While the Government are considering this matter, will they bear in mind the efforts made between the two wars by Colonel Isham, a United States citizen who acted for Yale University, to rout out the Boswell manuscripts which were scattered throughout England, Scotland and, particularly, Ireland? After he got them to Yale, they were...
  • Avian Flu 13 Oct 2005

    My Lords—
  • Libraries: Libri Report 6 May 2004

    My Lords, are the Government not as worried as a lot of my friends and I are that young people are not reading as much as we did when we were young? When I was a young person I loved my books and got the greatest enjoyment from them, and education, I think. Are the Government worried on that point? It is no good having all the libraries in the world unless one can interest the young.

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Former Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1965

Left the House of Lords on 12 December 2006 — Died

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