All 6 results for speaker:Lord Buxton of Alsa

Service of notices (16 Nov 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: My Lords, I should like to thank noble Lords on all sides of the House who have spoken in this debate. Their views were expressed with such eloquence and wisdom that I do not want to demean them by repeating anything that has been said. I look forward to reading the debate in Hansard. However, I am deeply disappointed with the response from both the noble Baroness, Lady Young, who is an old...

Service of notices (16 Nov 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: My Lords, I apologise sincerely to the noble Baroness for intervening. I remind her that I have said twice that all of that is agreed. There is no question that it is a crime to make money from the sale of these birds. I refer only to people in the country who do a different job but who, unfortunately, may get into serious trouble. Heavy fines are available. However, they do not have to leave...

Service of notices (16 Nov 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: moved Amendment No. 226: Page 136, line 44, leave out ("subsection") and insert ("subsections (2) and").

Service of notices (16 Nov 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: My Lords, in moving this amendment, I wish to speak also to Amendments Nos. 227 and 228. I express my regret at not having moved this amendment in Committee. On the only occasion when that arose, I had to leave the House before midnight. I also declare an interest. I have had 50 years' association with English Nature, formerly the Nature Conservancy Council for England. I have been a member...

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Nov 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: I also support the amendment, which I believe would have solved a real life drama in which I was involved last month, about which I wrote to the Minister. There is a heritage walk, which is a glorified footpath, right through the middle of my local nature reserve. To my amazement, I heard a noise like thunder which was created by three young men on motorcycles on a proper footpath which was...

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (26 Jun 2000)

Lord Buxton of Alsa: My Lords, I shall not say everything that I was going to say because it has already been said and said very eloquently. I want to talk about custodial sentences. First, perhaps I may say that I am not against organised access and have organised it very successfully at home, where I have wetlands and marshes in a reserve. I have an informal relationship with English Nature, which is nearby,...

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