The Earl of Oxford and Asquith

Non-affiliated Peer

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Non-affiliated Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 4 November 2014

Party was Liberal Democrat until 31 Jul 2019

Other offices held in the past

  • Member, EU External Affairs Sub-Committee (12 Jun 2015 to 2 Jul 2019)

Recent appearances

  • Ukraine - Motion to Take Note 26 Jan 2024

    My Lords, first, I warmly welcome the noble Lord, Lord Camoys, to this House and congratulate him on his speech. In the course of this war, much has been said about possible territorial concessions to Russia by Ukraine as the condition for resolving the so-called stalemate of the present moment. I should like simply to sound a cautionary note. If you analyse everything said or written by...
  • Ukraine - Motion to Take Note 21 Sep 2023

    My Lords, I want to make just two points in this debate, one of a military nature and the other political. First, while I have no intention of trying to play the armchair general —and, as we all know, war plays tricks on predictions and predictors—none the less, the focus of the war in Ukraine looks to be on the point of change. The Ukrainians appear to have modified their plans and have...
  • Syria - Motion to Take Note 29 Mar 2018

    My Lords, I also voice my thanks to my noble friend Lord Roberts for securing this debate. It is no doubt to be expected that many assessments of the provision of humanitarian aid to Syria have been couched in markedly politicised terms. I recently read several of the reports provided over the last few months to or through the UN Security Council, and in respect of many of the statements made...

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