All 2 results for speaker:Lord Saville of Newdigate

Courts: Resourcing and Staffing - Motion to Take Note (14 Jul 2016)

Lord Saville of Newdigate: My Lords, it is very nearly 20 years ago that I became a Member of this House, so I perhaps owe an explanation for the delay in making my maiden speech. I have some, but not complete, excuses. I arrived here as what was then called a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. The suffix “in Ordinary” meant that I came here as a paid regular attender at this House for the purpose of conducting, or...

Personal Independence Payment — Question (10 Jun 2015)

Lord Saville of Newdigate: My Lords, at the end of her judgment, the judge commented that the Secretary of State appeared to be grappling with the situation in a way which was “entirely appropriate”. Does the Minister believe that was a fair comment?

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