Results 41–60 of 78 for speaker:Lord Kimball

Written Answers — House of Lords: Hunting with Dogs (29 Apr 2002)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: What they intend to do if hunts can no longer destroy injured animals; and who is going to incinerate them.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Sheep Annual Premium (25 Apr 2002)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: What they intend to do with the £2 withheld from the sheep annual premium for sheep farmers in England.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Defra Publication Essentials of Life (25 Apr 2002)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: What was the cost to the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of the printing and distribution of Essentials of Life.

Livestock Industry (17 Apr 2002)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, it is a great pleasure to follow the noble Baroness, who used to be one of my constituents—hence she developed the taste for good, red meat. We are all most grateful to my noble friend Lord Plumb for initiating the debate. Many people are reporting on the livestock industry, but I wonder what is actually being done about it. We had the Policy Commission of Sir Donald Curry for a...

Police Reform Bill [HL] ( 5 Feb 2002)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, the noble Earl has given us an up-to-date review of policing from his own point of view. The House must take careful note of everything that he said. In a moment I shall pursue his question of what we should do about the special constables, how they should be paid and what allowances they should have. I am rather worried by the idea that outside London we may find ourselves faced...

Animal Health Bill (14 Jan 2002)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, I declare an interest as an honorary associate of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, as chairman of the Cambridge University Veterinary Trust, as deputy president of the Countryside Alliance and as a small sheep farmer. The Countryside Alliance is concerned that the Government have introduced the Bill before receiving any benefit from the three independent inquiries into foot...

Countryside and Tourism (17 Oct 2001)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, the Secretary of State in another place used to have a Lincolnshire seat. However, she lost it and it is depressing and quite frightening that she now believes that farming is an optional extra in the countryside today. It was No. 5 in the list of priorities which she mentioned in her speech at the Labour Party conference. As the noble Lord, Lord Plumb, said, I fear that she will...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Fur Farmers: Compensation ( 4 Jul 2001)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they will consider making ex gratia payments to fur farmers entitled to compensation under the Fur Farming (Prohibition) Act 2000 in recognition of the difficulties caused to them by the long period of time between the ban on compensatable investment in the businesses imposed in March 1999 and the likely commencement of the compensation scheme under the Act.

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (26 Jun 2001)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, we all have great sympathy with the noble Baroness and support what she has said about the standard of sport in schools. As vice-president of the Countryside Alliance, I should like to add to what my noble friends Lord Plumb and Lord Ferrers have said about the noble Baroness, Lady Hayman. She really understood about foot and mouth disease. She was helpful and she was approachable....

Armed Forces Bill (23 Apr 2001)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, I start by congratulating the noble and gallant Lord, Lord Inge, on his membership of the noble Order of the Garter. I believe that his description of the duties of a commanding officer impressed every Member of this House. No wonder he got to the top of his profession! I am concerned about one particular aspect of the Bill: the position of the MoD Police--a police force that has...

Foot and Mouth Disease ( 4 Apr 2001)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, I speak as deputy president of the Countryside Alliance. I farm on the edge of an infected area and I am chairman of the Cottesmore Hunt, whose slaughtermen are now working in Cumbria. I start with a slight message of hope. On the east side of Leicestershire there was one case at Stonesby exactly six weeks ago today. It was well handled. The sheep had come from Northampton and were...

Agrimonetary Compensation (19 Feb 2001)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: Why the available agrimoney has not been claimed in full in the United Kingdom.

Agrimonetary Compensation (19 Feb 2001)

Lord Kimball: My Lords, I thank the Minister for that Answer. I ask the noble Baroness: why not, bearing in mind that the amount of money will run out in the course of the next two months and the incoming government will find it even more difficult, because if the full amount is not claimed this year the amount reduces next year?

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: We shall require a little time to consider what the Minister said. I do not believe that it is necessary to have these extra powers. In the meantime, I beg leave to withdraw the amendment.

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: In view of what the Minister has said and the fact that only a police constable can deal with such matters, I beg leave to withdraw the amendment.

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: moved Amendment No. 537ZA: Page 108, line 23, leave out from ("a") to end of line 25 and insert ("police constable").

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: Since the passing of the Act some 20 years ago, wildlife inspectors are now regarded with a certain amount of suspicion. One heard the other day of a wildlife inspector who got up in court in Norwich and announced that a kestrel was a rare bird. It is certainly not beyond the devious nature of these people's work when it comes to putting a poisoned bird on someone else's land, as in actual...

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: moved Amendment No. 536AB: Page 107, line 32, leave out ("recklessly") and insert ("deliberately"").

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (16 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: The amendment is really a matter of the meaning of words. "Recklessly" means regardless of the consequences. "Deliberately" means after very careful consideration. It is all too easy for any bird to desert its nest. It is made even easier by the misguided policy of the RSPB, which does nothing whatever to control magpies and hooded crows. I always remember that the black-throated diver used...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Listed Buildings (11 Oct 2000)

Lord Kimball: asked Her Majesty's Government: What is the estimate of the number of Grade I listed buildings in England in public care compared to those privately owned; What is the estimate of the number of Grade II* listed buildings in England in public care compared to those privately owned; and What is the estimate of the number of Grade II listed buildings in England in public care compared to those...


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