Lord Hattersley

Labour Peer

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Leveson Inquiry — Statement 29 Nov 2012

    My Lords, in another place the Prime Minister was less than precise about how a regulatory authority that was not statutorily backed would be constituted. Does the Leader of the House agree that were the regulatory authority to be financed and nominated by the press itself, it would no longer be independent?
  • Education Bill 11 Mar 2002

    My Lords, did I understand my noble friend to say that there is not time to deal with the central point, which has been raised by nine noble Lords during the debate, about the creation of a hierarchy of schools? It has been the major issue of contention during the debate. Surely she does not mean that she will not deal with it at all.
  • Education Bill 11 Mar 2002

    My Lords, when my noble friend Lord Peston set out the advantages and disadvantages of speaking at different times of the day, he did not say that speaking very late in the day enables one to cannibalise other people's good points and, perhaps more importantly, to avoid their errors. I shall not say under which heading it comes, but I do not propose to say how enthusiastic I am for improving...

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Labour Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1997

Other offices held in the past

  • Shadow Home Secretary (11 Jul 1987 to 1 Jul 1992)
  • Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (10 Nov 1983 to 11 Jul 1987)
  • Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (2 Oct 1983 to 18 Jul 1992)
  • Shadow Secretary of State (10 Dec 1980 to 10 Nov 1983)
  • Shadow Secretary of State (10 Dec 1980 to 10 Nov 1983)
  • Shadow Secretary of State (3 May 1979 to 1 Dec 1980)
  • Shadow Secretary of State for Education (3 May 1979 to 1 Dec 1980)
  • Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection (10 Sep 1976 to 5 May 1979)
  • Minister of State (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) (1 Jan 1974 to 1 Jan 1976)
  • Shadow Spokesperson (Business, Innovation and Skills) (1 Jan 1972 to 1 Jan 1974)
  • Shadow Spokesperson (Business, Innovation and Skills) (1 Jan 1972 to 1 Jan 1972)
  • Minister of State (Ministry of Defence) (Defence Administration) (15 Jul 1969 to 19 Jun 1970)
  • Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Employment and Productivity) (6 Apr 1968 to 15 Jul 1969)
  • Parliamentary Secretary (Ministry of Labour) (1 Mar 1967 to 1 Mar 1968)

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