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My Lords, I congratulate and thank my noble friend Lady Watkins not only for securing this debate but for her excellent speech and setting the scene so ably this afternoon. I also thank the noble Viscount, Lord Bridgeman, for his tenacity of purpose. Ever since I joined the House, he has shown tenacity of purpose in regard to the English language and the statutory bodies. I declare an...
My Lords, I thank the Minister for reminding us how many patients have been removed from hospital, but I declare an interest that goes back to the 1970s, when I was responsible for transferring 1,500 and then another 1,200 patients from hospital through a joint working party involving social services and the health service. It seems that we have discharged patients. The Royal College of...
My Lords, first, I apologise for not being present at Second Reading. I know it is customary not to speak in Committee unless—
Entered the House of Lords in 1997
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