Lord Walker of Worcester

Former Conservative Peer

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Latin America 4 May 2006

    My Lords, I was in another place for 31 years and I cannot remember following two speakers and agreeing with both on almost everything they said. On this occasion, I have that pleasure. I add my congratulations to the noble Viscount on instigating this debate. It is a joy to see him back and active in this House, and once again leading the activity on Latin America. There has never been a...
  • Health (Wales) Bill 6 Feb 2003

    My Lords, I add my congratulations and good wishes to the noble Lord, Lord Evans, on his new role and wish him every possible success. I, too, hope that the Bill results in an improved service to the people of Wales and that the new organisations will be successful. Wales has a ghastly inheritance of bad health. The coal and steel industries have inflicted much bad health on Wales. I was...
  • Spending Review 15 Jul 2002

    My Lords, in his Statement the Chancellor stressed the importance of encouraging voluntary movements. There is perhaps no greater example of voluntary effort in this country than the hospice movement. Is the Minister aware that when the Government came to power 40 per cent of capital and current expenditure of the hospice movement was funded from public expenditure? It has been reduced every...

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Profile

Former Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1992

Left the House of Lords on 23 June 2010 — Died

Other offices held in the past

  • Secretary of State for Wales (13 Jun 1987 to 3 May 1990)
  • Secretary of State for Energy (11 Jun 1983 to 12 Jun 1987)
  • Secretary of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (5 May 1979 to 10 Jun 1983)
  • Shadow Secretary of State (1 Jun 1974 to 12 Feb 1975)
  • Shadow Secretary of State (28 Feb 1974 to 1 Jun 1974)
  • Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (5 Nov 1972 to 4 Mar 1974)
  • Secretary of State for Environment (15 Oct 1970 to 4 Nov 1972)
  • Minister of State (Ministry of Housing and Local Government) (20 Jun 1970 to 15 Oct 1970)

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