All 4 results for speaker:Lord Haughey

Strathclyde Review — Motion to Take Note (13 Jan 2016)

Lord Haughey: My Lords, I begin by congratulating my noble friend Lord Darling on a first-class maiden speech. I am sure he will be a fine addition to this noble House. I also congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Bowles, on a wonderful maiden speech. Much has been said today about the rights and wrongs of the vote taken in this House on 26 October last year and I have no intention of repeating what your...

Apprenticeships — Motion to Take Note (15 Oct 2015)

Lord Haughey: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lady Prosser for securing this very important debate. For someone who served time as an apprentice that gave me the skills I required to virtually guarantee employment for the rest of my working life, it is vital that we do not allow the term “apprenticeship” to be hijacked for political gains. Much has been said by the Chancellor and Prime Minister about...

Apprenticeships — Question for Short Debate (26 Mar 2014)

Lord Haughey: I begin by thanking my noble friend Lord Young for posing this Question today. The key word in the Question is “quality”. Some of the statistics that have been mentioned tonight may not relate to apprenticeships as we know them. My noble friend said earlier that some of these courses may be for only one year, and judging by some of the things that I have read in the past few weeks, some...

Commonwealth Games 2014 — Question for Short Debate (8 Jan 2014)

Lord Haughey: My Lords, it is with a feeling of great honour and humility that I stand before the House to deliver my maiden speech. First, I would like to thank my noble friend Lord McConnell for securing this debate that will allow me to talk on a subject that is very dear to my heart. Before I broach the subject matter, I would like to say thank you to Black Rod and his staff who have been nothing but...


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