All 13 results for speaker:Lord Stallard

Written Answers — House of Lords: Forensic Science Service (23 Jul 2002)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: What plans they have to review the Forensic Science Service.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Northern Ireland: Prevention of Terrorism Legislation Report (26 Jun 2002)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they intend to publish the report on the operation in 2000 of the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 and the Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Act 1996.

Written Answers — House of Lords: London Wholesale Markets: Review (12 Jun 2002)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: What progress they are making with their review of London markets.

Written Answers — House of Lords: East Timor (9 May 2002)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: How the United Kingdom will be represented in East Timor after independence.

International Development Bill [HL] (25 Oct 2001)

Lord Stallard: My Lords, I add my support for the amendment. The speeches have covered all the issues. I am concerned, as are many ordinary folk, that the Government claim to have a policy opposing compulsory abortion and sterilisation; and yet the Government continue to make funds available to organisations which hand over a proportion of the funds to the Chinese Government to continue the policy that has...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Misuse of Drugs Act 1971: Response to Inquiry Report (7 Feb 2001)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: When they will respond to the report on the Police Foundation inquiry into the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill (11 Apr 2000)

Lord Stallard: My Lords, as usual, I rise to speak when there is little left to say; indeed, everything has been said and most of it--at least that with which I agree--I have been pleased to hear. I respect the views of my noble friend Lord Alli, who always puts an honest and straightforward view when he speaks about prejudice, and so on. However, I have to remind him that some of us, perhaps from a...

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill (11 Apr 2000)

Lord Stallard: My Lords, I am recounting the comments of a leading homosexual who wrote in a letter to a newspaper that the whole argument about chromosomes is rubbish and that one is not born to be homosexual but that it is a matter of choice. The noble Lord cannot accept that, but I take it that I may be speaking of one of his friends. I have to accept that I come from a different world, background,...

Expatriate Pensioners: Australia (3 Apr 2000)

Lord Stallard: My Lords, does the Minister accept that I have been raising this question in both Houses since 1980? There has never been an agreement with Australia, Canada, South Africa or New Zealand, but there have been agreements for reciprocal pensions to be paid with some 33 other non-Commonwealth countries. Does the Minister agree that the pensions we are talking about are those of people who may...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS Research and Development (30 Mar 2000)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: How they intend to take forward the reform of research and development in the National Health Service.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Spending (29 Mar 2000)

Lord Stallard: asked Her Majesty's Government: What is the proportion of national income that is estimated will be spent on health by the end of 2003-04.

Roadworks (22 Mar 2000)

Lord Stallard: My Lords, will my noble friend comment on why it is that at this time every year roads and pathways are dug up, certainly in London, by local authorities which, all the year round, claim that they have no money to spend on anything and yet, suddenly, in March, they have money to spend on roads? There is hardly a road in one piece throughout the whole of north London at the moment and those...

Representation of the People Bill (14 Feb 2000)

Lord Stallard: One simple question puzzles me; namely, why we are so keen to advocate representation from Commonwealth countries such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa when we flatly refuse to introduce reciprocal agreements for Commonwealth pensioners. Any British citizens who live in Commonwealth countries receive only the pension to which they were entitled when they left Britain. The...


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