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My Lords, I strongly support the noble and learned Baroness in everything that she has just said. She has very starkly set out the figures and the likely impact of not sending this back to the Commons. She has quite rightly said that people could die as a result. It is hard to engage in this discussion without having a rerun of the long debate that we have just had about the non-pursued...
My Lords, does the Minister agree that the continuation of slavery and quasi-slavery in very many parts of the world 200 years after the so-called abolition of slavery continues to be a scandal, and could he outline what Her Majesty's Government intend to do in order to continually influence our partners in the international community to bring this to a speedy end?
My Lords, the Chancellor has noble aims-a stable economy, a fairer, more efficient and simpler tax system and the encouragement of growth. From these Benches, I am pleased to endorse all three of those objectives. The debate is therefore not so much about the Government's declared intentions as whether the Chancellor's proposals are best calculated to achieve them. A stable economy and...
Entered the House of Lords on 13 March 2008
Left the House of Lords on 30 April 2012 — retired
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