Lord Flowers

Former Crossbench Peer

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Recent appearances

  • Energy Policy: Nuclear Power 16 Feb 2006

    My Lords, I greatly enjoyed the two maiden speeches that we have had today and I hope, and expect, to hear from the two noble Lords frequently and soon. I, too, am grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Jenkin of Roding, for giving us this opportunity to speak about the merits of nuclear power and our urgent need of it in the circumstances of the 21st century. I want to contribute to this timely...
  • Radioactive Waste Management (S&T Report) 12 Jan 2005

    My Lords, my recollection is that the Nirex inquiry was held in public.
  • Radioactive Waste Management (S&T Report) 12 Jan 2005

    My Lords, needless to say, as a member of the committee of the noble Lord, Lord Oxburgh—it was, as always, a great pleasure to serve under him, for somehow, whatever the subject, he always makes it seem fun—I unreservedly support all its conclusions and recommendations, not least those referring to the unconvincing methods, to put it at its least, of the Committee on Radioactive Waste...

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Former Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 28 March 1979

Left the House of Lords on 25 June 2010 — Died

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