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Caroline Lucas

Former Green MP for Brighton, Pavilion ( 6 May 2010 – 30 May 2024)

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Preamble ( 2 Aug 1945)

...Wadsworth, esquire, County of York, East Riding (Buckrose Division).Evan Roderic Bowen, esquire, County of Cardigan.Squadron-Leader Emrys Owain Roberts, County of Merioneth.Major Sir Jocelyn Morton Lucas, baronet, Borough of Portsmouth (South Division).Henry Victor Alpin Raikes, esquire, Borough of Liverpool (Wavertree Division).Patrick William Donner, esquire, County of Hants (Basingstoke...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Bill (19 Jan 1949)

Mrs Caroline Ganley: ...hope, comforted by what the Minister said to us—that this is not intended to be such a great monopoly power for the marketing boards—that there may be a very much wider co-operative effort. The Lucas Committee, the Williams Committee, and the various different suggestions that have been made, have been mentioned. I should like to see a co-operative effort by which consumers' needs...

Inter-Governmental Conference: European Union Committee Report (29 Sep 2000)

Lord Beaumont of Whitley: ...the important conference, we should think more about how we can help people in the streets and on the farms of our countries. I refer to a document produced by my colleagues in the Green Party, Caroline Lucas, MEP, and Colin Hines who has written recently such a good book on the necessity for localisation rather than globalisation. They suggest that as we move into the IGC we should freeze...

Members Sworn (19 Jun 2001)

Michael Martin: ...Martin Philip Caton, Gower David Stanley Borrow, South Ribble Tom Levitt, High Peak Tom Harris, Glasgow Cathcart Michael Cathel Fallon, Sevenoaks Shaun Anthony Woodward, St Helens South Ian Colin Lucas, Wrexham Jim Knight, South Dorset John Martin McDonnell, Hayes and Harlington Clive Stanley Efford, Eltham David Alan Heyes, Ashton under Lyne David Anthony Laws, Yeovil John David Pugh,...

Animal Health Bill (26 Mar 2002)

Lord Beaumont of Whitley: contradict that. If it were not so, why would there be three inquiries, as well as the European one, which will probably be almost as important as our own. My friend the MEP for the South East, Caroline Lucas, has been selected to be vice-chairman of that inquiry, and I have no doubt that it will be conducted with extreme rigour. The history of MAFF in the past few months—if not...

Industrial Chemicals: EUC Report ( 7 Jan 2003)

Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer: ...should also like to highlight it. I shall not repeat the comments of other noble Lords on the report. However, I am very pleased with its recommendations. I was also encouraged by the statement of Caroline Lucas MEP in relation to one issue examined by the sub-committee. Her statement shows that Members of the European Parliament read with interest the reports of your Lordships' House. I...

Common Fisheries Policy: EUC Report (10 Oct 2003)

Lord Eden of Winton: The Times yesterday, headlined: "Fatal trauma of whales deceived by navy sonar". The effect of low-frequency activated sonar on cetaceans has been known for some time—certainly since 1996. Dr Caroline Lucas, a Member of the European Parliament, has done valuable work to draw the attention of the public, the European Parliament and the Commission to the appalling damage that...

Animals in Scientific Procedures (17 Oct 2003)

Lord Beaumont of Whitley: My Lords, it is a very great pleasure to follow the speech of the noble Lord, Lord Lucas. Not only did it get to the very heart of the matter that we are discussing today, but it also gave me some relief in feeling that I would not be a lone voice in this debate. I may go a little further than the noble Lord, Lord Lucas, would, but if I do it is because I am speaking not only for myself but...

Climate Change ( 9 Feb 2004)

Lord Beaumont of Whitley: ...Party, which alone in my view of politicians takes the problem seriously enough. In passing, I should like to pay tribute to our Green MEPs, who are tirelessly involved in the area, especially Caroline Lucas. I draw noble Lords' attention, if it has not been drawn to it already, to the Bill that I have placed before the House at the moment on the subject of air traffic emissions and...

Members Sworn (12 May 2005)

Michael Martin: ...honourable Sir Malcolm Leslie Rifkind, Kensington and Chelsea David William Donald Cameron, Witney Right honourable Oliver Letwin, West Dorset Right honourable Theresa Mary May, Maidenhead Caroline Alice Spelman, Meriden Andrew David Lansley, South Cambridgeshire David Roy Lidington, Aylesbury George Gideon Oliver Osborne, Tatton Alan James Carter Duncan, Rutland and Melton Right...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: School Meals ( 7 Jun 2005)

Jacqui Smith: ...Poverty Action Group John Caperon—Headteacher, Memorial Diocesan School, Tunbridge Wells Beverley Baker—Local Authority Caterers' Association Gaynor Bussell—Food and Drink Federation David Lucas—School Catering Manager Paul Kelly—Compass Group Plc Eileen Steinbock—Brake Brothers Peter Melchett—Soil Association Jenny Poulter—Freelance Nutritionist Helen Crawley—Caroline...

Scottish Parliament: Food Supply Chain ( 4 Oct 2006)

Eleanor Scott: ...incurring food miles is not. The minister said that we are not self-sufficient in red meat and that we import it, and members discussed earlier the importing and exporting of food. A Green MEP, Caroline Lucas, produced a report called "Stopping the Great Food Swap", which showed the illogicality of countries exporting beef, poultry meat and pig meat while importing similar quantities of...

International Arrest Warrants (28 Nov 2006)

Andrew Turner: ...the case may be, of Italians. That appears to break EU law, which requires equal treatment of all EU citizens before the legal processes of individual EU countries. My friend Dan Hannan MEP, with Caroline Lucas MEP, is pursuing the matter through the European institutions to ensure that Britons are not discriminated against. Will the Minister support them and also raise those cases...

Ashford International ( 7 Mar 2007)

Michael Jabez Foster: Peter Skinner, the Labour MEP for the South-East region, and alongside him are his Conservative colleague Richard Ashworth MEP, the Liberal Democrat MEP Sharon Bowles, and the Green party MEP Caroline Lucas. Similarly, there is support for the campaign to keep Ashford open from across the political spectrum, and that includes the hon. Member for Ashford (Damian Green).

Deferred Division: Treaty of Lisbon (No. 5) (20 Feb 2008)

Denis MacShane: ...on partnership in Europe of any party in the history of this country and of any other party except the extreme fringe elsewhere in Europe. Reference has been made to the remarkable article by Caroline Jackson, the Conservative Member of the European Parliament, published in the Financial Times on 18 February. It stated: "What continental politicians cannot understand is why one of the...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Economy (12 Nov 2008)

Patrick Harvie: ...Marchant from Scottish and Southern Energy, who called for a green investment-led recovery. Other colleagues, at UK level, have published "A Green New Deal". They include one of my own colleagues, Caroline Lucas, leader of the Green Party of England and Wales. Following that, the United Nations Environment Programme published its proposals for a global green new deal. I gather that those...

Written Answers — Justice: Debt Collection (24 Apr 2009)

Caroline Spelman: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer to Lord Lucas of 29 January 2009, Official Report, House of Lords, column WA69, on bailiffs, if he will place in the Library a copy of the instructions provided to in-house civilian enforcement and private bailiff companies.

Written Answers — Justice: Debt Collection (24 Apr 2009)

Caroline Spelman: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer to Lord Lucas of 9 March 2009, Official Report, House of Lords, column WA194, on bailiffs, on how many of the 386 occasions forced entry powers were used by bailiffs in each local authority area; and what type of fine or penalty was being collected in each case.

Sri Lanka: Swine Flu (14 May 2009)

Bill Wiggin: ..."Swine flu: British pig industry leaders 'reckless and selfish'", as put out by Animal Aid, and "Swine flu: is intensive pig farming to blame?", as put out by a Member of the European Parliament, Caroline Lucas, in The Guardian, are not only potentially misleading to the public but extremely damaging to the pig industry? Farmers in this country take biosecurity seriously and take action...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Official Hospitality (Chequers) (16 Jul 2009)

Gordon Brown: ...Hennessy Stephen Hester Barbara Hester Vikki Heywood Brent Hoberman Genevieve Hoberman Lucy-Anne Holmes Dame Kelly Holmes DBE MBE John Hood Rt Hon. Geoff Hoon MP Nicola Horlick Rima Horton Prof. Caroline Humphrey Nick Hytner Clive Jones Rt Hon. Tessa Jowell MP Ana Paula Junqueira Prue Keely Davies Ann Keen MP Alan Keen MP Lorraine Kelly Nick Kenyon CBE Ghislaine Kenyon Kyeong-Soo Kim...

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