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My Lords, it is always a privilege to follow my former colleague from down the Corridor and to hear him speak so eloquently on human rights issues, on which I fully agree with him. I will not engage with his comments on the internal affairs of Scotland but I will speak about the consequences of this Bill in relation to the internal structure of the United Kingdom and the relationships between...
My Lords, I add my thanks to the Minister, who is an old colleague of mine—sorry, not an old colleague but a former colleague—in the National Assembly. His great achievement then, which I have alluded to before, even in this place perhaps, was converting the Welsh Conservative Party into a Welsh Conservative Party and a pro-devolution Conservative Party, as we saw most firmly yesterday in...
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Non-affiliated Peer, Former Independent MS for Dwyfor Meirionnydd
Entered the House of Lords on 18 September 1992
Entered the Welsh Parliament on 6 May 1999
Left the Welsh Parliament on 29 April 2021
Party was Plaid Cymru until 30 Mar 2011; Crossbench until 18 Jan 2012; Plaid Cymru until 17 Oct 2016; Independent until 29 Apr 2021
Also represented Dwyfor Meirionnydd; Meirionnydd Nant Conwy
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