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My Lords, the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Birmingham deeply regrets that he cannot be in his place today. He is the envoy of the most reverend Primate the Archbishop of Canterbury in relation to China. I am sorry that he is not here speaking, and not only because I am speaking in his place. We are hearing, and shall continue to hear, many fascinating things in this debate about...
My Lords, I am grateful for the courtesy of the House in allowing me to slip into the gap, as it were. I shall, I hope, be courteous in return by being very brief in so doing. Members on this Bench have no direct interest in the content of the Bill, for obvious reasons. Nevertheless, I express support in principle and, indeed, in practice for the Bill before your Lordships’ House and hope...
That would allow the noble Baroness, Lady Deech, to add bishops to her list.
Entered the House of Lords on 27 May 2010
Left the House of Lords on 30 November 2013 — retired
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