Lord Sentamu

Crossbench Peer

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  • Sudan - Statement 26 Apr 2023

    My Lords, what are the Government doing with our international allies on the situation that has arisen whereby people who were waiting to face an international war crimes court have escaped from prison—in particular, the guy who led most of the massacre in Kordofan? The prison has been overrun and they were seen rejoicing that they were going to escape justice. What are we doing with our...
  • Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill - Report: Amendment 4 26 Apr 2023

    My Lords, why did trade unions come about? Because there were bosses who would pick off one person after another to undermine the workforce. This amendment says that it is worth protecting this principle. We will bring back chaos if the Bill allows an employer to say to an individual who has not been given a notice that they have breached their contract. Of course, collective bargaining, at...
  • Oil Spill: Poole Harbour - Commons Urgent Question 29 Mar 2023

    My Lords, I chair the Bayelsa State Oil & Environmental Commission, which has been in operation for nearly three and a half years. The greatest pollution in the world is in the Niger Delta, and part of the problem is that some of the oil pipes are 50 years old. Recently, one of the pipes burst and had to be renewed, because if you do not replace them, you are sitting on a timebomb. I am very...

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Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 25 January 2006

Party was Bishop until 7 Jun 2020

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