Results 121–140 of 4473 for speaker:Lord Alderdice

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 107 (2 Nov 2020)

Lord Alderdice: I have received requests to speak after the Minister from the noble and learned Lord, Lord Falconer of Thoroton, and the noble Lord, Lord Fox.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 107 (2 Nov 2020)

Lord Alderdice: I have also received a request from the noble Lord, Lord Purvis of Tweed, but I first call the noble Lord, Lord Fox.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 108 (2 Nov 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 110. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this or anything else in this group to a Division should make that clear in the debate. Clause 28: Functions of the CMA under Part 4: general provisions

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendments 93 and 94 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 102A. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate, and anyone wishing to press this or anything else in the group to a Division should make that clear in debate.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 79 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: I have received a request to speak after the Minister. I call the noble Lord, Lord Purvis of Tweed.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 79 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 82. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this or anything else in this group to a Division should make that clear in the debate.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 66 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: The noble Lord, Lord Liddle, has withdrawn, so I call the noble Lord, Lord Purvis of Tweed.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 66 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: I have received a request to speak after the Minister from the noble Lord, Lord Purvis of Tweed.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 33 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: I have received a request to speak after the Minister from the noble Lord, Lord Fox.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 33 (28 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 66. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this amendment or anything else in the group to a Division should make that clear in the debate. Clause 14: Interpretation of references to “sale” in Part 1

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 4 (26 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We seem to have a technical problem.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (26 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: My Lords, I have received a request to speak after the Minister from the noble Lord, Lord Purvis of Tweed.

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (26 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 3. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this amendment or anything else in this group to a Division should make that clear in the debate.

Northern Ireland: Commission for Victims and Survivors - Question (22 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: My Lords, while legal responsibility can be devolved, moral responsibility for past events cannot. For most of the years when people became victims in Northern Ireland, the Government and Parliament in London were directly responsible. Given how quickly the Prime Minister overruled the mayor of Greater Manchester for the sake of its population, can the Minister understand how victims in...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (19 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: My Lords, my perspectives are shaped by my Northern Ireland roots and the implications that I draw from Part 5 of this dangerous Bill. The inevitable consequence of Brexit was a series of difficulties with the Belfast Good Friday agreement, which had brought to an end not only 30 years of terrorism but a disturbed historical relationship with Ireland that went back many centuries. Those of us...

Trade Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 58 (13 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: The noble Baroness, Lady Altmann, has withdrawn, so I call the noble Baroness, Lady Ritchie of Downpatrick.

Trade Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 54 (13 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group beginning with Amendment 58. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this or anything else in this group to a Division should make that clear in debate.

Trade Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 54 (13 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: My Lords, I have received requests to speak after the Minister from the noble Lords, Lord Lansley, and Lord Purvis of Tweed. I call the noble Lord, Lord Lansley.

Trade Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 39 (13 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: We now come to the group consisting of Amendment 42. I remind noble Lords that anyone wishing to speak after the Minister should email the clerk during the debate. Anyone wishing to press this amendment to a Division should make that clear in debate.

Trade Bill - Committee (5th Day) (13 Oct 2020)

Lord Alderdice: My Lords, hybrid proceedings will now resume. Some Members are here in the Chamber, respecting social distancing, others are participating remotely, but all Members will be treated equally. If the capacity of the Chamber is exceeded, I will immediately adjourn the House. We come to Committee on the Trade Bill. I will call Members to speak in the order listed in the annexe to today’s list....


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