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My Lords, I welcomed the decision to set up the committee in order to take a mature, carefully considered, all-round view of the NHS, more than simply the need for stable and predictable funding. I share the Government’s response to the report: it is thorough and thoughtful within the limits of time and it raises most of the right questions. I have played no significant part in health...
My Lords, the decisive event for Britain in Europe in the 1970s was not the 1975 referendum but the six-day House of Commons debate that ended on 28 October 1971. By 356 votes to 244, the House approved the, “decision of principle to join the European Communities”. Of former Members of Parliament who voted on that occasion, nearly 30 sit in the House of Lords and several will...
To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their latest assessment of the arrangements for preserving departmental archives, including the role of the Cabinet Secretary.
Liberal Democrat Peer
Entered the House of Lords in 1992
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