Results 1–20 of 301 for speaker:Baroness Goudie

Health Bill [HL]: Second Reading (4 Feb 2009)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, I speak on this occasion in support of the Bill. I am particularly delighted that my noble friend the Minister, an acknowledged expert in his field, is here today to bring such important health and social care measures before this House. The renewal of the National Health Service under this Government continues. I pay tribute to all those who work so tirelessly in the NHS. It is...

Women: UN Special Rapporteur — Question (9 Jun 2009)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, we know that the United Nations is a weak organisation. Human rights are women's rights, but to this day, the United Nations has not taken that very seriously. It sits in committee and it refers this to the member states. We as a senior country must go with other countries to the United Nations to say that it must take a much stronger line on the question of the Congo and Darfur,...

Queen's Speech — Debate (4th Day) (9 Dec 2008)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, there is much to welcome in the content of the legislative programme of this parliamentary Session on which we are embarking. We will be examining in detail the various Bills and draft Bills over the coming weeks and months. I greatly welcome the comment made by the noble Lord, Lord West of Spithead, on the borders Bill and the ratification in the next few weeks of the European...

Prevention of Terrorism Bill (1 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, an appalling terrorist outrage happens and inevitably the question is asked, "Could the government have done more to prevent it?". The answer is "Yes, if the government had reasonable grounds for suspicion and had acted on those suspicions sufficiently effectively". The approach that advocates prosecution or nothing is fundamentally flawed in the case of terrorism, or potential...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (17 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they are satisfied with the level of knowledge of the long-term consequences of the use of Ritalin and amphetamine-based drugs in the neurological development of young people suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (17 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: How much research has been undertaken into the alternatives to drugs for young people suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; and how this has been evaluated and disseminated.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (17 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What research has been undertaken into the effects of stimulatory exercises and dietary changes in the treatment of young people suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Learning Difficulties and Offending Behaviour (21 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What research has been undertaken to evaluate the link between learning difficulties and crime, and the potential for reducing re-offending by breakthroughs in research in non-drug alternatives for the treatment of those suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (23 Mar 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What research has been undertaken into what causes the problems of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder to start.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Breastfeeding (5 Jul 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What research has been undertaken to evaluate the link between the availability of specialist breastfeeding advisers and the number of mothers breastfeeding their babies in neonatal units.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Breastfeeding (5 Jul 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What plans they have to make extra resources available to primary care trusts for the recruitment of specialist breastfeeding advisers in neonatal units.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Neonatal Care (11 Jul 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What research has been undertaken to evaluate the link between the use of positive touch and improved outcomes for sick and premature babies; and What plans they have to introduce a national strategy on developmental care in neonatal units.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Neonatal Units (13 Jul 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: How many neonatal units were closed to admissions during 2003 and 2004; and in each case, for how long the unit was closed.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East: Women's Rights (10 Oct 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What steps they are taking to encourage the promotion of women's rights in the Middle East.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Middle East: Women's Rights (10 Oct 2005)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: What steps they are taking to encourage the United States to work co-operatively to promote women's rights in the Middle East, in particular with Saudi Arabia.

Terrorism Bill (21 Nov 2005)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, the very recent, appalling atrocities in Amman are yet another reminder, if any are needed, of the very real and present danger that terrorism represents to us all and the vital necessity of doing all that we reasonably can to combat this threat, but without adopting measures which in themselves may fuel it. It is natural that the bombings here in London on 7 July should have been...

Company Law Reform Bill [HL] (11 Jan 2006)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, I welcome the Bill. I welcome its three objectives set out in the Explanatory Notes: first; to provide a simple, efficient and cost-effective framework for British business in the 21st century; secondly, to adopt principles that are simple and as accessible as both possible for companies and their advisers; and thirdly, to avoid imposing unnecessary burdens. However, I do not...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Identity Fraud (23 Jan 2006)

Baroness Goudie: asked Her Majesty's Government: When the next Government study into identity fraud will be published; and When the next Cabinet Office study into levels of identity fraud in the United Kingdom will be published.

Company Law Reform Bill [HL] (10 May 2006)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, I have added my name to this amendment and support the noble Baroness, Lady Noakes, and the noble Lord, Lord Sharman. I hope that the Government look at this again before Third Reading, and carefully consider what all of us said on Second Reading, in Committee and tonight.

Company Law Reform Bill [HL] (16 May 2006)

Baroness Goudie: My Lords, I am very happy with these government amendments. I will not move my amendment when we reach it.


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