Lord Elliott of Mickle Fell

Conservative Peer

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Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 6 February 2024

Other offices held in the past

  • Member, Windsor Framework Sub-Committee (21 May 2024 to 30 May 2024)

Recent appearances

  • Skills: Importance for the UK Economy and Quality of Life - Motion to Take Note 9 May 2024

    My Lords, I stand here today deeply honoured to be a Member of your Lordships’ House and proud to be sitting alongside my first boss, my noble friend Lord Kirkhope, who gave me my first tour of this place in 1996, when he was the Member for Leeds North East in the other place. Looking around this historic Chamber, I recall him proudly telling me how it was built using limestone from...
  • Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Occupations 12 Apr 2024

    To ask His Majesty's Government when the Office for National Statistics plans to begin publishing data classifying jobs in the labour market based on the new six-digit Extended Standard Occupational Classification 2020 framework rather than the current four-digit Standard Occupational Classification 2020 framework.
  • Written Answers — Department for Education: GCE A-level 8 Apr 2024

    To ask His Majesty's Government what are the latest available data on the number and percentage of students who left school after their A-levels to go into work; and what percentage of them received (1) 100 UCAS points or above in their A-levels, and (2) 150 UCAS points or above in their A-levels.

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