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The Minister lays great stress on what might be summarised as “There is no alternative”—a phrase that we have heard somewhere before. This slogan is patently inaccurate. I know that the Minister would like it to be the case, but is she not obliged to consider alternatives as they are presented?
Does the doctrine of diversity not mean that the Government are ruling out, almost for all time, any legislation?
Entered the House of Lords in 1999
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