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My Lords, I must start by saying how honoured and humbled I am to be making my maiden speech. I admit to a touch of nervousness, but I cannot tell your Lordships what a relief it is to enter this House today walking forwards not backwards. I, too, am grateful to my noble friend Lord Palmer for introducing this important subject. I must declare an interest, as I farm in West Sussex and own...
Entered the House of Lords on 14 February 2003
Party was Other until 11 Mar 2003; Crossbench until 10 Jun 2012
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