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Human Tissue Bill (22 Jul 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, it is a great honour to become a Member of this august House, whose work I have always admired for its expertise, its dedicated public service and its collegiality. I, like my noble friend Lord Roberts, am enormously grateful for all the kindness and help that I have received since I have been in this House for not quite two weeks. I am particularly grateful to all those on all...

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (18 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I, too, would like to compliment the noble Lord, Lord Mitchell, on engendering this debate and drawing our attention to the issues surrounding foetal alcohol syndrome. As we have heard from the noble Lords, Lord Mitchell and Lord Chan, a great deal is known about foetal alcohol syndrome, but I would also argue that there is still more to learn. According to the World Health...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: moved Amendment No. 1: Page 3, line 2, at end insert— "( ) Subsection (1)(d) does not apply to the storage of relevant material for the purpose of education and training relating to research if— (a) the material has come from the body of a living person, and (b) the education and training relating to research falls within subsection (12). ( ) Subsection (1)(f) does not apply to the use of...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, in moving this amendment, I shall speak also to Amendments Nos. 6, 8, 9 and 66. The effect of Amendment No. 1 and the spirit of the others would be to deal with the question of education and training relating to research on tissue taken ante mortem. The present drafting requires that consent be obtained for education and training relating to research when it does not require it for...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I am grateful to the Minister for his assurance that the legislation has no intention of damaging education and training for research. However, unless he is prepared to accept at least the spirit, if not necessarily the letter, of some of the amendments, many of us around the House—as we have heard in the course of debate—will have real concerns that nevertheless education and...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I support the noble Earl, Lord Howe, in the amendment. I feel, as he does, that the public would be much reassured by seeing on the face of the Bill that the scientific and medical communities as well as patient groups and the voluntary sector had been suitably consulted.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: moved Amendment No. 4: Page 39, line 11, leave out "which may be relevant to any other person" and insert "with the aim of determining whether or how it is relevant to any other particular person"

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, this amendment concerns the concept of intentionality. In the course of some kind of treatment, information could be obtained that could be relevant to somebody else, but that would not necessarily be known at the outset. The amendment has been supported in principle by the British Medical Association. I know that the Minister has considered this. He said in Committee: "I understand...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I thank the Minister for his reassurance and clarification. I am not sure that I completely agree with him, but, meanwhile, I shall read Hansard once again and decide whether I need to come back to this matter at a later stage. For now, I beg leave to withdraw the amendment.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: moved Amendment No. 9: Page 39, line 20, leave out from "health" to end of line 21 and insert "or research in connection with disorders, or the functioning, development or use of the whole or any part of the human body." On Question, amendment agreed to. Clause 3 ["Appropriate consent": adults]:

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, we on these Benches support the amendment tabled by the noble Lord, Lord Turnberg, and the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, from these Benches I support the amendment put forward by the noble Earl, Lord Howe, the noble Lord, Lord McColl, and the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, the argument has been made very eloquently by others. Given that reasonable inquiries have to be made—and it is situation specific—I support the amendment.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I too am grateful to the Government and am delighted at the amendments that have been tabled. However, I too support the noble Earl, Lord Howe, on Amendment No. 75. I shall not go through all the arguments; they have already been well rehearsed around the House. However, with reference to the right reverend Prelates present, I shall draw on some of my pastoral experience as a rabbi....

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, the noble Earl, Lord Howe, and the noble Lord, Lord Jenkin, have made a very good and persuasive case. In support of this amendment, it is worth saying that it would be proper here for the Human Tissue Authority to make those decisions, precisely as it was when we were discussing Amendment No. 75. It was the proper use of the High Court when we were talking about a case where we...

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, I support the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay, and the noble Earl, Lord Howe, on this issue. I, too, am very worried because we have not received the Coroners' Rules and we need to look at them. I am extremely concerned that we are getting ourselves into a mess here. I support the amendment.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, we support the noble Earl on the amendment.

Human Tissue Bill (25 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, on behalf of my noble friend Lord Redesdale, I thank the Minister for this concession, which we support.

vCJD (28 Oct 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: My Lords, in agreeing that, obviously, considerable distress has been caused to all those who have received the letters, will the Minister now consider whether something particular should be done for the younger people who may be affected? There is growing evidence that younger people are more susceptible to variant CJD than older ones. Growing evidence, particularly from some French...

Adult Social Care (2 Nov 2004)

Baroness Neuberger: asked Her Majesty's Government: In what ways the forthcoming Green Paper on adult social care directly addresses the specific needs of people with physical impairments who also have mental health support needs.


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