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Undoubtedly that is right, and that is why Amendment 32 specifically deals with that issue in paragraph (c). For the time being, I beg leave to withdraw the amendment. Amendment 32 withdrawn. Amendments 33 to 40 not moved.
I wonder if anybody else wants to make an intervention? Well, tempers have got slightly frayed, have they not? But can I just feel inspired by the thought that it is either the noble Lord, Lord Hamilton of Epsom, or the noble and learned Lord, Lord Judge, who has had a conversion on the road to Damascus? I would like to have a cup of tea to discuss which one of us it was, and also, more...
My Lords, I feel like Henry V before the siege of Harfleur. Looking around, I see: “greyhounds in the slips, Straining upon the start”. Just like those poor chaps outside Harfleur, I suspect your Lordships all want it to be over quickly, and that is my intention. This amendment is very simple. It is my answer to the letter I received from the Government about the Bill which I read out to...
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Entered the House of Lords on 6 October 2008
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