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Conservative Peer (15 Oct 2007 – current)


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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Veterans: Disability (28 Jul 2021)

Justin Madders: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment his Department has made of the potential merits of extending free prescriptions to veterans other than holders of a Valid War Pension Exemption Certificate in cases where the prescription is for an accepted disability.

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Monuments: World War II (28 Jul 2021)

Andrew Rosindell: ...Local Government, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of a civilian memorial to the people who lived under Nazi occupation in Jersey and the Channel Islands during the Second World War.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Iraq and Syria: War Crimes (28 Jul 2021)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the possibility of designating the destruction of cultural heritage as an early warning sign of atrocity crimes, in line with the requirements of the UN Framework of Analysis for Atrocity Crimes; and what plans they have to support (1) the preservation of the cultural heritage, and (2) the protection of places of worship, of...

Summer Adjournment (22 Jul 2021)

Chris Stephens: ...West (Sir David Amess). Perhaps we could do that. I do want to make a serious point. It was rather strange and disturbing that some Cabinet Ministers found themselves at the wrong end of a culture war in having a go at the England football team. In all seriousness, it is hard not to like this particular team, who are a credit to themselves and to England. The racism that England players...

Summer Adjournment (22 Jul 2021)

Chris Stephens: ...West (Sir David Amess). Perhaps we could do that. I do want to make a serious point. It was rather strange and disturbing that some Cabinet Ministers found themselves at the wrong end of a culture war in having a go at the England football team. In all seriousness, it is hard not to like this particular team, who are a credit to themselves and to England. The racism that England players...

Covid-19 (Public Services Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (22 Jul 2021)

Lord Sikka: .... Future generations will wonder how their Government permitted nearly twice the number of their citizens to die during the Covid pandemic than all the civilians who died during the Second World War. Yes, we need to transform public services, but that cannot be done without transforming politics, and economic and social policies. We need a visible politics of care and compassion. The fact...

Government Response to Covid-19: Public Inquiry (22 Jul 2021)

Jack Dromey: .... Exactly how the public inquiry is conducted should form part of the debate. Over the past year, the country has experienced tragedy and human suffering on a scale not seen since the second world war. No one could have imagined that 130,000 lives would be lost to this terrible virus, which has turned whole lives upside down as family and friends mourn the loss of loved ones. That is why...

Government Response to Covid-19: Public Inquiry (22 Jul 2021)

Jack Dromey: .... Exactly how the public inquiry is conducted should form part of the debate. Over the past year, the country has experienced tragedy and human suffering on a scale not seen since the second world war. No one could have imagined that 130,000 lives would be lost to this terrible virus, which has turned whole lives upside down as family and friends mourn the loss of loved ones. That is why...

Business of the House (22 Jul 2021)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...were resettled—so much for safe and legal routes. We have already had the cuts to international aid rammed through. The Bill further undermines the UK’s efforts to tackle the forces of poverty, war and violence that drive people from their homes. It criminalises those who had no other choice. The Home Secretary should think again. Over the past year, the Leader of the House has kindly...

Business of the House (22 Jul 2021)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...were resettled—so much for safe and legal routes. We have already had the cuts to international aid rammed through. The Bill further undermines the UK’s efforts to tackle the forces of poverty, war and violence that drive people from their homes. It criminalises those who had no other choice. The Home Secretary should think again. Over the past year, the Leader of the House has kindly...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: World War II: Channel Islands (22 Jul 2021)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 2 July 2021 to Question 21838 on World War II: Channel Islands, what assessment his Department has made of the potential merits of transferring the documents from the Nazi Occupation of the Channel Islands that were subject to legal exemptions to the National Archives.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Tigray: Arrests and War Crimes (22 Jul 2021)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of (1) media reports detailing the arrest of Tigrayans in parts of Ethiopia, (2) the conditions in which arrested Tigrayans are being held, and (3) reports that thousands of Tigrayans have been sent to Eritrea where they are subject to atrocity crimes; and what representations they have made to the government of Ethiopia on the...

Forced Repatriation of Chinese Seamen from Liverpool After World War Two (21 Jul 2021)

Kevin Foster: ...of the House. The hon. Member’s predecessor, the indomitable Bessie Braddock, Member of Parliament for the wonderfully titled constituency Liverpool Exchange, first raised this with the then post-war Labour Government back in 1946. It was with great interest and admiration that I read about Mrs Marion Lee, who in August 1946 helped to create an organisation to campaign for the rights of...

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 90C (21 Jul 2021)

Lord Watson of Invergowrie: ...Baroness, Lady Bennett, in moving it and those of the noble Lord, Lord Aberdare. The life skills set out in the amendment are all essential building blocks in a developed, compassionate and forward-looking society. Many of these categories would fall under the heading of “social solidarity”, a concept that is, I have to say, anathema to many in the Conservative Party who still hold to...

Spyware - Question (21 Jul 2021)

Lord Strasburger: My Lords, in the wrong hands Pegasus is a weapon of war against democratic institutions. I did not believe the NSO Group when it told me that Pegasus is used exclusively on serious criminals and terrorists; now we have the proof that that was untrue. It is perfectly possible that Pegasus has already been injected into the phones of Members of this House and the other place. Can the Minister...

Ecocide - Question (21 Jul 2021)

Viscount Trenchard: ...of that territory has been … severely diminished.” Does my noble friend not agree that it is hard to consider ecocide as so defined as a crime at all, let alone one equivalent to such serious war crimes, if it does not even need a person or a—

Channel 4: Privatisation — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (21 Jul 2021)

John Nicolson: Here we go again. Only four years ago, in what turned out to be the Government and Channel 4’s phoney war, the privatising zealots were licking their lips at the thought of a corporate takeover at Channel 4, a much-loved public service broadcaster. After all, bus, water and rail privatisations under the Tories had been such resounding successes, so why not turn to yet another institution...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Channel Islands: World War II (21 Jul 2021)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, pursuant to the Answer of the 30th June 2021 to question number 20592 on Channel Islands: World War II, does his Department have plans to hold discussions with their German counterparts about the declassification of documents from the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands.

Legacy of Northern Ireland’s Past - Statement (20 Jul 2021)

Baroness Hoey: My Lords, does the Minister understand the dangers of an amnesty—let us call it what it really is—playing into the hands of Sinn Féin/IRA’s long-term war strategy of rewriting history to establish moral equivalence between legitimate soldiers and police, who donned the uniform and in the vast majority of cases served with restraint and honour, and the terrorist, whose sole aim was to...

Nationality and Borders Bill: [2nd Allocated Day] (20 Jul 2021)

Stuart McDonald: ...of what the public expect, but one thing I do not think they would expect is for this Government to create a criminal offence that would see a Uyghur fleeing genocide in China, a Syrian fleeing war crimes or indeed a persecuted Christian who gets here without a visa subject, potentially, to a four-year prison sentence under this Bill.


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