Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank

Crossbench Peer

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Armed Force: Constitution Committee Report — Motion to Take Note 28 Nov 2013

    My Lords, I first thank the noble Baroness, Lady Jay, for initiating this important debate and for the way in which she chaired the Constitution Committee, before which I appeared. The power to send men and women abroad into a situation of armed conflict is one of the most important decisions a Government can ever take. In a democracy, it is surely desirable that decisions by Governments to...
  • Armed Forces: Legal Challenge — Motion to Take Note 7 Nov 2013

    My Lords, I start with a blunt and basic point. For those who have not experienced active military service, it is difficult to understand the pressures and friction of the battlefield. Decisions have to be taken by men who are under stress, often under fire, on the basis of incomplete information. Those decisions have to be taken quickly. Delay could mean death or defeat. In an office it is...
  • North Korea — Private Notice Question 12 Dec 2012

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Entered the House of Lords on 23 July 2001

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