Baroness Hogg

Crossbench Peer

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A selection of Baroness Hogg's votes

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  • Has never voted on raising England’s undergraduate tuition fee cap to £9,000 per year
  • Has never voted on fewer MPs in the House of Commons
  • Voted against more EU integration Show votes 0 votes for, 1 vote against, 14 absences, between 2008–2011
  • Has never voted on university tuition fees
  • Has never voted on an equal number of electors per parliamentary constituency

We have lots more plain English analysis of Baroness Hogg’s voting record on issues like health, welfare, taxation and more. Visit Baroness Hogg’s full vote analysis page for more.

Recent appearances

  • Financial Services Bill: Second Reading 23 Feb 2010

    My Lords, before attempting to contribute to this debate, I must declare a number of interests. I am chair of 3i Group, whose asset management subsidiary is regulated by the FSA. I am also an adviser to the FSA and, perhaps most importantly, in May I shall become chairman of the Financial Reporting Council, a very modest part of the regulatory architecture that we are discussing here. I am...
  • Women: Economic Crisis — Debate 12 Mar 2009

    My Lords, I warmly congratulate the noble Baroness on initiating this debate and on making such a powerful and wide-ranging contribution to start us off. I admit that momentarily I had a problem with the title: to discuss the "role" of women in this financial crisis seemed to me initially to imply that they were thought either to be the cause, which would be preposterous, or the cure, which...
  • Communications Bill 22 May 2003

    I declare an interest as a governor of the BBC. In that capacity, I wish to say how much I benefited from listening to the contributions to the brief debate on this issue, and how greatly I appreciate the sensitivity on all sides of the Committee to preserving the independence of the BBC. I know that that has been borne strongly in mind in discussions, although obviously I am not party to...

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Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 3 February 1995

Party was Conservative until 28 May 2010

Other offices held in the past

  • Member, Economic Affairs Committee (28 Jun 2001 to 20 Nov 2003)
  • Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England (6 Mar 2000 to 11 May 2001)
  • Member, Select Committee on Science and Technology Sub-Committee 2 (6 Oct 1997 to 11 Nov 1999)
  • Member, Science and Technology Committee (Lords) (21 Nov 1995 to 11 Nov 1999)
  • Member, Science and Technology: Sub-Committee I (21 Nov 1995 to 11 Nov 1999)

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