Lord Mogg

Former Crossbench Peer

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Former Crossbench Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 3 June 2008

Left the House of Lords on 14 January 2019

Recent appearances

  • Energy Bill 28 Oct 2008

    My Lords, I have no difficulties with the obligation on the Secretary of State; what follows in the nature of the guidance needs to be addressed. Perhaps parliamentary counsel might have encouraged the use of "shall", but I am happy to continue with "must". The nature of the guidance is wide and has a potential for being prescriptive. That would be even more the case had the noble Lord, Lord...
  • Energy Bill 28 Oct 2008

    My Lords, I feel there is an inevitability about this intervention in that I feel a job description has been created before my very eyes. I acknowledge the excellent contribution of the noble Lord, Lord Oxburgh. I agree with noble Lords opposite that it comprised a splendid description of the challenges that we face. I also acknowledge the kind remarks made on all sides of the House that the...
  • Energy Bill 28 Oct 2008

    My Lords, I may be hidden, but I would like to make a short intervention. I speak as the chairman of Ofgem, an organisation whose name seems to pepper every intervention, usually to pass on work, which I note with some anxiety. The noble Lord, Lord Jenkin, makes my contribution short and very easy. He explained, precisely and elaborately, the background to his amendment. I congratulate him on...

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