Who says Mark Pawsey the most?

The 5000 most recent mentions of the exact phrase Mark Pawsey, grouped by speaker name.

Occurences Speaker Date range
3552 Headings, procedural text, etc. Dec 1987 – Sep 2021
3 Baroness Morgan of Cotes (Conservative) Jan 2014 – Jun 2014
3 Lord Foster of Bath (Liberal Democrat) Jan 2013 – Mar 2013
1 Lord Vaizey of Didcot (Conservative) Nov 2015
1 Viscount Thurso (Liberal Democrat) Jan 2013
1 Baroness Taylor of Bolton (Labour) Mar 1994
1 Lord Pickles (Conservative) Feb 2011
1 Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park (Conservative) Oct 2012
1 Lord Taylor of Goss Moor (Liberal Democrat) Nov 1991
1 Lord Benyon (Conservative) Apr 2013
1 Lord Bellingham (Conservative) Feb 1994
1 Lord Jones (Labour) Nov 1992
1 Lord Lancaster of Kimbolton (Conservative) Feb 2019
1 Lord Walney (Non-affiliated) Feb 2012
1 Lord Willetts (Conservative) Jun 2012
1 Lord Barwell (Conservative) Oct 2016

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