All 2 results for column:5 date:20100705 in the 'Lords debates'

Wealth — Question (5 Jul 2010)

Lord Sheldon: To ask Her Majesty's Government what proportion of wealth is held by the richest 10 per cent of the population.

Energy: Renewables — Question (5 Jul 2010)

Lord Marland: I am grateful for that question. Under the previous Government, 14 gigawatts of onshore turbines were approved, 70 per cent of which is under way. It is our determination that there should be no dramatic increase in this and that the emphasis should be offshore, where the supply of wind is much more reliable. There are of course constraints in the environment, to which the noble Lord...

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