Results 1–20 of 90 for speaker:Lord Ampthill

Channel Tunnel Rail Link (Supplementary Provisions) Bill (13 May 2008)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, before the Minister sits down, I wonder whether he will forgive me for a brief intervention, simply because I happened to chair the committee that looked at the original Bill, which this Bill amends. I was also chairman of the committee that looked at the father to the Bill, on the Channel Tunnel. Both were hybrid Bills. I merely wish to inform the Minister that I feel inclined to...

House of Lords: Reform (13 Mar 2007)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, having implied that we do nothing in this House, does my noble friend not accept that, over the past 10 years, we made on average 3,400 amendments a year to the Government's Bills?

Interpretation (26 Oct 2005)

Lord Ampthill: Having called Amendment No. 128, I apologise for my slip and now call Amendment No. 123.

Equality Bill [HL] (11 Jul 2005)

Lord Ampthill: I remind the Committee that, if Amendment No. 83 is agreed to, I cannot called Amendment No. 84, which has already been debated.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, I should remind the House that if this amendment is agreed to I cannot call Amendments Nos. 142 and 143.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, would the noble Baroness care to move Amendments Nos. 156M, 156N, 156P and 156Q? The question is that those amendments be agreed to.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, I apologise to the noble Baroness. I repeat that the question is that Amendments Nos. 156M, 156N, 156P and 156Q be agreed to.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: I am sorry, my Lords; there are no speakers here and I could not hear exactly what the noble Baroness was saying. Amendments Nos. 156M and 156N must be dealt with first.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, has the noble Baroness spoken to the remainder of the alphabet? I suggest to the House that Amendments Nos. 156Y, 156Z, 156AA, 156 AB, 156AC and 156AD be moved by the noble Baroness en bloc.

Constitutional Reform Bill (14 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, Amendment No. 156AJ was spoken to with Amendment No. 156X, as was Amendment No. 156AK.

Non-Domestic Rating (Chargeable Amounts) (England) Regulations 2004 (9 Dec 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, before the noble Lord replies, I ask him one question. The previous Motion, which he moved successfully, was laid approximately six months ago. This Motion was laid only seven days ago. Could he give us an explanation for the difference between those two?

Civil Contingencies Bill (19 Oct 2004)

Lord Ampthill: I remind the Committee that, in the event that the amendment is accepted, I cannot call Amendment No. 97A.

Royal Assent (1 Jul 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, I have to notify the House, in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967, that the Queen has signified her Royal Assent to the following Acts: Gender Recognition Act, Higher Education Act, Mersey Tunnels Act, Ipswich Market Act.

Higher Education Bill (14 Jun 2004)

Lord Ampthill: I remind the House that if Amendment No. 33 is agreed to, I will be unable to call Amendments Nos. 35, 36 or 37, due to pre-emption.

Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Bill (18 May 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, if I may be so bold, as the noble Lord has spoken for a moment or two on the amendment, I should allow the Minister to respond to it, if he cares to do so.

Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [HL] (11 Mar 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, having spoken to the amendment at some length, would the noble Baroness care to move the amendment, in case anybody wishes to reply?

European Parliamentary and Local Elections (Pilots) Bill (23 Feb 2004)

Lord Ampthill: My Lords, before the noble Lord sits down, he said that he was speaking only to Amendment No. 2. However, there are 47 amendments in this group, of which 42 are government amendments. Perhaps he could clarify that for the House.

Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill (5 Feb 2004)

Lord Ampthill: Does the noble Baroness wish to speak to the subsequent clauses grouped with Clause 54?

Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill (20 Jan 2004)

Lord Ampthill: Amendment No. 15 having been agreed to, I am unable to call Amendments Nos. 16 to 22. I should perhaps have mentioned that matter before, but I am sure your Lordships were aware of it.

Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill (20 Jan 2004)

Lord Ampthill: As the noble Lord has also spoken to Amendment No. 26, I should remind the Committee that, if that amendment is agreed to, it will be impossible to call Amendment No. 28.


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