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Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Second Reading (13 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: (Maiden Speech) My Lords, first, I want to say how honoured I am to have been supported by the noble Baroness, Lady Cox, and the noble and right reverend Lord, Lord Carey, both of whom are of the highest standing in your Lordships’ House. I am grateful also for the courtesy and patience of the staff of the House in guiding me through my first weeks here. I join the noble Lord, Lord Evans of...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of population growth in the United Kingdom over the last 10 years has been the result of immigration or the natural increase of the immigrant population.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the proportion of United Kingdom population growth ascribed to international migration in the population projections published by the Office for National Statistics includes future births to migrants already living in the United Kingdom.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the impact on projected population growth of births to migrants already living in the United Kingdom.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the projected population growth in England over the next 25 years would be attributable to immigration if the children of all migrants were also included.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have any plans for the next publication of population estimates or projections to set out the full impact of immigration, including the natural increase due to immigrants already in the United Kingdom, on the growth of the United Kingdom population.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (27 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government on what basis immigration assumptions have been adopted in population estimates published by the Office for National Statistics; how such assumptions have compared against immigration levels actually experienced; and what is the basis for any difference between assumptions and actual levels.

Palestine: Recognition — Motion to Take Note (29 Jan 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: My Lords, I declare an interest as a former chairman of Medical Aid for Palestinians. I would like to speak in support of the noble Lord, Lord Steel of Aikwood, whose commitment to peace in the region is of very long standing and widely respected. Like others here today, I have been following events in the Middle East for about 50 years. Indeed, my studies of Arabic were interrupted by the...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Population (17 Feb 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what percentage of the population increase is attributed to immigration under the most recent United Kingdom population projection under the high migration variant; and whether that percentage includes future children born to migrant parents who have already arrived in the United Kingdom.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Childbirth (23 Feb 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the annual increase in the United Kingdom of births since 2002 they consider to be due to (1) rising fertility among United Kingdom-born mothers, and (2) births to migrant females.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Households (23 Feb 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the increase in successive censuses since 1961 in the number of households in England and Wales they consider to be due to increases in population.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Households (23 Feb 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the increase in successive censuses since 1961 in the number of households in England and Wales they consider to be due to net international migration.

Population: International Migration — Question (16 Mar 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their latest assessment of the impact of international migration on the population of the United Kingdom, taking into account the children of immigrants already in the United Kingdom.

Population: International Migration — Question (16 Mar 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: My Lords, I declare an interest as the chairman of Migration Watch. I thank the Minister for his reply. This is my first intervention on this subject in your Lordships’ House. Does the Minister agree with me that a sensible level of immigration is a natural and valuable part of an open society and economy? Indeed, there are a number of Members of this House whose very presence attests to...

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Households (18 Mar 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the projected increase in households in the 2012-based household projections for England are as a result of (1) population growth, and (2) future net migration.

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Households (18 Mar 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they will publish variant projections to accompany the 2012-based household projections for England published on 27 February.

Syria — Question (18 Mar 2015)

Lord Green of Deddington: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the reported statement by John Kerry, United States Secretary of State, that negotiations with President Assad of Syria must resume.


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