Lord Wei

Conservative Peer


Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 3 June 2010

Currently held offices

  • Member, Science and Technology Committee (Lords) (since 12 May 2022)

Other offices held in the past

  • Member, EU Internal Market Sub-Committee (23 Jun 2015 to 5 Jun 2018)

Recent appearances

  • Pupil Mental Health, Well-being and Development - Motion to Take Note 22 Feb 2024

    My Lords, I extend my gratitude to the noble Baroness, Lady Bennett, for initiating this vital debate, and declare my interests as a parent of home-educated and state-educated children and as a board member of an organisation committed to providing private education. We are at a critical juncture, where the mental health challenges facing our youth have intensified—notably since the...
  • Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) 10 Sep 2022

    My Lords, what else is there to say after so many heartfelt, excellent and eloquent tributes both in this Chamber and beyond? Upon her passing, as ever in life, our late Queen brings out the best in us, inspiring us to be our better selves and to fulfil our duty, despite the turbulence around us. Her departure has stopped time, as we mark the end of an era, and united the world as leaders...
  • Schools Bill [HL] - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 80 18 Jul 2022

    My Lords, I will speak to Amendment 119, and am generally supportive of a lot of the other amendments relating to mental health. Amendment 119 is conceived as a means to cut through what I believe will be quite a lot of court cases and judicial reviews. As we have discussed on this grouping, there will be instances in which local authorities make a judgment about home education, whether in...

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