Lord in Waiting (HM Household) (Whip)
My Lords, can I say just how much I have enjoyed listening to today’s debate? I thank all noble Lords for their contributions. It is a reminder of the depth of interest in and support for the Commonwealth in this House. Today’s debate has really done justice to such an important subject. I add my voice to those of other noble lords in paying tribute to my noble friend Lady Anelay...
I think the noble Baroness has raised this question in a previous debate. Perhaps I should write to her to clarify our position on that issue. My noble friends Lord Popat and Lord Sheikh rightly recognised the important role played by our trade envoys in delivering our vision for a truly global Britain, particularly in enhancing our relationships with Commonwealth partners. I commend my noble...
I apologise to the noble Lord if I have confused the two issues. I will certainly look at what he said on that issue and get back to him in due course. Another way in which we are strengthening our ties with the Commonwealth is through our support for reform. We want to see the organisation delivering effectively for its members as well as demonstrating its value and relevance on the world...
Entered the House of Lords on 20 October 2014
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