Results 921–922 of 922 for speaker:Lord Elystan-Morgan

Child Protection: Shaken Baby Syndrome (14 Feb 2006)

Lord Elystan-Morgan: My Lords, as the noble Earl, Lord Howe, reminded the House, many of these problems apply to family courts in exactly the same way as they apply to criminal cases, and sometimes to an even more complicated degree. For example, a tribunal judge will not be dealing with a case where a death has occurred and where there is therefore post-mortem evidence to assist the court in its findings. As a...

Police: Reorganisation (24 Jan 2006)

Lord Elystan-Morgan: My Lords, the noble Baroness referred to coterminosity. I accept that that has brought about considerable benefit in the past and is a matter of the utmost importance for the future, but does the Minister accept that there may be a local difficulty in Wales? If Wales has one police force, as seems likely to be the case, and Cheshire, which is now part of the Wales and Chester Circuit, does...


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