Lord Rawlinson of Ewell

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

  • Constitutional Reform Bill [HL] 8 Mar 2004

    My Lords, in my 48 consecutive years in one or other of the Houses of Parliament I have never known such antagonism as there is at the moment between the judiciary and the executive. For all the sweet talk about the cheeky chappie on the Clapham omnibus, the very fact that one has to have a publicly made concordat between the executive and the judges demonstrates to me how unfortunate for the...
  • Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech 2 Dec 2003

    My Lords, I do not intend to follow the noble Lord; I shall leave him to the tender mercies of those on my Front Bench who, presumably, will reply to him. As I so rarely trouble your Lordships by speaking or intervening, I should declare an interest. Prior to my retirement in 1984, at the age of 65—I found that I was saying to the judges: "Will you please speak up"—for nearly 40 years I...
  • Written Answers — House of Lords: The Attorney-General: Review of Constitutional Powers 16 Jul 2003

    asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the powers of the Attorney-General will be included in the review of constitutional powers.

More of Lord Rawlinson of Ewell’s recent appearances


Former Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1978

Left the House of Lords on 28 June 2006 — Died

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