Lord Bramall

Former Crossbench Peer

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10th June 2020 onwards

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A selection of Lord Bramall’s votes

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Recent appearances

  • Nuclear Disarmament — Motion to Take Note 24 Jan 2013

    My Lords, as, for various reasons, this is my last speech in your Lordships' House-the last, I believe, of close on 200 personal contributions over the past 26 years-I hope that noble Lords will be indulgent over my being given dispensation to deliver most of this speech sitting down because of my difficulty in standing without full back support for more than a few moments. I have selected...
  • Defence: Reform — Statement 27 Jun 2011

    The report on defence reform by the noble Lord, Lord Levene, is yet another chapter in the steady evolutionary process of the higher organisation of defence going back some 47 years to the Mountbatten reorganisation, in which I had some direct involvement. I even recognise some of the same cries and aspirations. I want to ask two questions, but before I do, having had a chance to read the...
  • Defence: Reform — Statement 27 Jun 2011

    This is my second and last question.

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Former Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords in 1987

Left the House of Lords on 25 April 2013 — retired

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