Results 41–60 of 404 for speaker:Lord Davies of Coity

Disabled People: Employment — Question (21 Mar 2011)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, while recognising that the policy of the coalition Government is to have voluntary separation and voluntary redundancy, does the Minister agree with me that even on a voluntary basis the number of job opportunities will be reduced for disabled people in the future?

Libya and the Middle East — Statement (28 Feb 2011)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, I, too, express appreciation for the Statement made by the Leader of the House, repeating what the Prime Minister said. I am also pleased with the evacuation measures that have been taken. However, early on in this crisis, millions of British people saw the Foreign Secretary on the television saying that Colonel Gaddafi, the tyrant of this issue, was in Venezuela. Have the...

NHS: Targets — Question (20 Dec 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: Does not the Minister agree that the Secretary of State's proposals for competitiveness within the health service will in effect privatise the NHS?

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill: Committee (5th Day) (15 Dec 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: Perhaps I may ask a question. The Minister said that he would have to resist the amendment if it was pressed. Does he agree that that would not remove the problem and that the Government would still have to deal with it even if they won on a Division?

Remembrance Sunday — Question (14 Dec 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to introduce restrictions on opening times for retail premises on Remembrance Sunday.

Remembrance Sunday — Question (14 Dec 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, is the Minister aware that on 10 March this year Sir Patrick Cormack-who is coming to this House next Tuesday to sit on the coalition Benches-supported by Dr Vincent Cable, introduced in the other place a Bill to provide for the extension of Christmas Day restrictions on the opening of retail premises to Remembrance Sunday? Is she aware that the Bill's Second Reading would have...

Agriculture: Dairy Industry — Question (26 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, does the Minister agree that the discounting of milk by the processors and the abolition of the Milk Marketing Board have damaged the dairy industry considerably?

House of Lords: Allowances — Motion to Approve (20 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, I want to ask a very simple-

Women: Public Bodies and Listed Companies — Question (15 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, does the Minister feel that perhaps the coalition Government could set a very good example in this regard by having more women members in the Cabinet?

Housing — Question (8 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, the Minister has said that the coalition Government will do the best that they can on housing. How is that expected to be done when other measures that they are taking will result in a lot of construction workers being unemployed?

Political and Constitutional Reform — Statement (5 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, with regard to the referendum on the alternative vote, can the Minister answer this simple question? We understand that both parties that make up the coalition Government will campaign in opposite directions. If that is the case, what impact will that have on the electorate?

Political and Constitutional Reform — Statement (5 Jul 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords-

Immigration: Refugee and Migrant Justice — Question (28 Jun 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords-

Immigration: Refugee and Migrant Justice — Question (28 Jun 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, in answer to the noble Lord, Lord Bach, the Minister said that he had to strike a balance. He also said that he did not know what it was going to cost. How does he strike a balance when he does not know what it is going to cost?

House of Lords: Members — Question (16 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, my noble friend made reference to a new reform Bill, which has been referred to as a constitutional Bill. An amendment could be incorporated into it, as has been suggested, to deal with the question of Peers voting in the general election. However, my understanding is-my noble friend referred to this when he talked about differences of opinion between the Front Bench-

House of Lords: Members — Question (16 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: Sorry. My question is: can my noble friend guarantee that this House will support the reform Bill that the Front Benches are agreeing to?

Sport: Football Clubs — Question (10 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords-

NHS: Competition — Question (9 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: Does my noble friend agree that the National Health Service is undoubtedly the best service to provide this care and that, if an alternative means was introduced, it would be an extension of private medicine?

St David's Day — Question (1 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Coity: My Lords, does my noble friend agree that the noble Lords, Lord Roberts of Llandudno and Lord Roberts of Conwy, rather than being concerned with the unemployment figures and bank holidays on St David's Day, would be better advised to look at the latest opinion polls?

Unemployment — Question (1 Mar 2010)

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