Results 1–20 of 1383 for speaker:Lord Naseby

Children: Care Homes - Question (21 Jun 2021)

Lord Naseby: Is my noble friend aware that Ofsted stopped doing routine inspections in March 2020? Therefore, only 29 homes were inspected in the next nearly six months. Are discussions being held with Ofsted to ensure that all those unregulated homes are inspected regularly?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Travel: Coronavirus (21 May 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government why the Cayman Islands are not on the list of 'green' countries for entering England.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (19 May 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I welcome the gracious Speech. My comments will be on global Britain, specifically the Indo-Pacific tilt. My own background is that I have lived and worked in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and I know the rest of ASEAN quite well. I will specifically address Sri Lanka, and I declare an interest as joint chair of the all-party group. Today in Sri Lanka, there is huge tension over the...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Sri Lanka: Armed Conflict (29 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what sources they used to inform their assessment of the situation in Sri Lanka during the civil war in that country between 1 January and 18 May 2009.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Military Attachés (29 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the information contained in despatches written by UK defence attachés must be independently verified before submission; if so, whether it is standard practice to ensure that such attachés are briefed to that effect; and if so, what record, if any, they hold of Lieutenant Colonel Gash, being so briefed.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Military Attachés (29 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the despatches written by Lieutenant Colonel Gash, the former defence attaché of the British High Commission in Sri Lanka about events in that country between 1 January and 18 May 2009 relating to the civil war, whether they consider all reports by UK military attachés and diplomats to be evidence based-assessments.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Military Attachés (29 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what criteria they used to assess the credibility of evidence reports they have received which related to the situation in Sri Lanka during the civil war in that country between 1 January and 18 May 2009; and whether it has ever been their practice to accept reports from unnamed sources.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cricket: Coronavirus (29 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government for what reasons COVID-19 regulations permit people to socialise outside pubs but prevent them from attending four-day county cricket matches.

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill - Second Reading (16 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I support this Bill. Before I go any further, I should declare an interest in that I have two Jack Russells. Biggleswade is where we live and our senior Jack Russell is called Biggles after the books of Captain WE Johns, which I read as a young man. He should be in the basket behind me but it was pointed out that he might object to certain contributions from your Lordships and bark,...

Financial Services Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 18 (14 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: I thank the noble Baroness, Lady Bowles, for raising these issues. All three of the amendments that she has tabled are important. They are to do with the FCA and PRA regulators, and I agree with them. However, I am particularly concerned about the FCA and its linkage to the Financial Ombudsman Service, the FOS, and how that is reported to Parliament. There seems to me a particular concern in...

Financial Services Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (14 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, Amendment 37C is an issue of fundamental importance to young people who are disabled and have taken up child trust funds. The amendment before us is key. We had a thorough and competent speech from my noble friend Lord Young of Cookham, but I have just listened to another speech from the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay of Llandaff, and we have to find common ground between the two. I...

Financial Services Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 14 (14 Apr 2021)

Lord Naseby: This is an important Bill and I record my formal thanks to my noble friends on the Front Bench for the way that they listened to the earlier debates. Here, we have evidence in this first set of amendments, certainly Amendment 14, that not only have they listened but we are getting a positive response. Amendment 14 is good and I support it. I am delighted to hear that we will have a...

Written Answers — Treasury: Financial Ombudsman Service: Credit (31 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what discussions they have had with the Financial Ombudsman Service about (1) the Ombudsman's mass claims unit, and (2) the affordability of mass claims relating to consumer credit companies.

Written Answers — Treasury: Financial Ombudsman Service: Credit (31 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether (1) they, or (2) the Financial Conduct Authority, approved the use by the Financial Ombudsman Service of 'mass claims' to deal with claims against consumer credit companies.

Covid-19: One Year Report - Motion to Take Note (25 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: I would like to mention the wearing of face coverings. I have one general question, to which I do not know the answer, and I suspect that the Minister does not, but we need to think about it. At what point do we stop using masks? Will it be when the level of infection is low enough—similar perhaps to the level that we achieve with flu, or whatever? It would be helpful from a medicinal point...

Extradition Act 2003 (Codes of Practice and Transit Code of Practice) Order 2021 - Motion to Approve (23 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I am conscious that this is a complicated issue and that we in Parliament have to debate under the draft affirmative procedure and give our consent. I am not experienced in this area, but I looked closely at the Extradition Act 2003 code of practice. I studied some of the 63 pages. The code of practice is in principle 18 years old, so it is not surprising that some changes are being...

Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) (Amendment) (No. 7) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Regret (22 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I thank my noble friend on the Front Bench—my goodness, he has broad shoulders—and I warmly support the action he is taking and this SI. I have a couple of questions and concerns. The first is about the designated entry points. It is obviously easy to do this with flights that come in direct but what about other routes? I have in mind Scotland; I am not sure what is happening...

National Security and Investment Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 49 (16 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I shall be very brief. I am full of admiration for my dear noble friend Lady Noakes for the thoroughness with which she has trawled through the Bill and these particular aspects. I have been in and have knowledge of a situation of a mandatory notice—I make no comment on the other aspect—and my noble friend is absolutely right: we need certainty in life. Whether five working days...

National Security and Investment Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 48A (16 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I am grateful to my noble friend Lord Hodgson for tabling the amendment because what is behind it is absolutely right, as a number of my noble friends have said in the debate. That is fine, particularly in a situation whereby we are hoping to set the environment in which new companies can be created. After the pandemic, we are highly likely to see a number of movements in that area...

National Security and Investment Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 43 (16 Mar 2021)

Lord Naseby: My Lords, I very much welcome the amendments from my noble friends Lady Noakes and Lord Hodgson. Any of us who has worked in financial services, either before we came into Parliament or while we were in Parliament at certain stages, knows that it is difficult enough to put together a financial situation, but that the worst thing in the world is to not know the date by which something must be...


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