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Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, shall we start with the right reverend Prelate and then go to my noble friend?

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, it is the turn of the Cross-Benchers. I respectfully remind your Lordships that the shorter the interventions, the more of your Lordships who can be heard.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, if we hear first from the noble Lord, Lord Weatherill, it will then be the turn of the Labour Benches.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, I think it is the turn of my noble friend Lord Elder.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, it is the turn of the Liberal Democrats.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, could we hear from the noble Lord, Lord Denham?

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, Lord Strabolgi.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, if we all have short interventions, we have another seven minutes to go. The noble Lord, Lord Skidelsky, first perhaps.

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, could we first have the noble Lord, Lord Tordoff, immediately followed by the noble and learned Lord, Lord Mackay of Clashfern?

Constitutional Reform (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, we have come to the end. Your Lordships will have noticed that only four Labour questions were called, so the multi-faceted voice of the Opposition has been fairly heard.

Business (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, a little later this morning, the noble and learned Lord the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs will make an announcement of interest to at least 93 of your Lordships. I wish to remind noble Lords of the procedure outlined in the Companion. The noble and learned Lord makes his Statement; there is then 20 minutes for Front-Bench interventions and a...

Wind Turbines (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, it is the turn of the Cross-Benchers.

Iraq: Water and Electricity Supplies (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, we are substantially over time.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Opposition Parties: Financial Assistance (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: There are two main sources of public funds available to support the costs of work related to the parliamentary duties of Opposition Front-Bench spokesmen. These sources are the Peers' Reimbursement Allowance scheme and the Financial Assistance to the Opposition Parties ("Cranborne money"). If their travel is not on party business, Front-Bench spokesmen may recover the costs of travel on...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Committee on Standards in Public Life: Appointments (18 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: The Prime Minister is pleased to announce that four new members have been appointed to the Committee. Sir Alistair Graham and Professor Hazel Genn will take up appointment from 1 October 2003 in succession to Ann Abraham, who stood down from the committee on appointment as the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and Health Service Commissioner for England, and Professor Alice...

Inter-Governmental Conference (17 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing in my name on the Order Paper. Any questions which your Lordships may have would be best addressed to the noble Lord, Lord Brabazon. Moved to resolve, That the Commons Message of 16th September be now considered; and that any Lord may participate in the proceedings of the Standing Committee on the Inter-Governmental Conference appointed by the...

Inter-Governmental Conference (17 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, first, I shall deal with the questions that remained unanswered, asked by the noble Lord, Lord Stoddart, and my noble friend Lord Barnett. Of course, then I shall give way to the noble Lords, Lord Howell and Lord Stoddart. The noble Baroness is right. This is a Commons committee, which is the reason that Peers will be invited to attend and speak, but not to vote, move Motions or...

Inter-Governmental Conference (17 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, I am grateful for that suggestion. It certainly offers one possible solution. A further long-term solution referred to by the noble Baroness, Lady Williams of Crosby, and the noble Lord, Lord Campbell of Alloway, is that if one had a Joint Committee, it is possible that the problem of the quorum could be solved in that way. I undertake to do as the noble Lord, Lord Howell, has...

Inter-Governmental Conference (17 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, I shall convey the message of the noble Lord, Lord Renton, in as tactful a way as possible.

Inter-Governmental Conference (17 Sep 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: My Lords, as I said earlier, I shall transmit the concerns expressed by noble Lords to the Leader of the Commons. Perhaps the best course for me to follow is to enclose a copy of Lords' Hansard relating to these matters. On the matter of the quorum, I think I can help a little further. In the committee on the convention, only Commons Members who were members of certain Select Committees could...


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