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Baroness Ryder of Warsaw

Former Crossbench Peer (30 Nov 1978 – 2 Nov 2000)

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Conservative Peer (15 Oct 2007 – current)


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Written Answers — Department for International Development: Eritrea: Humanitarian Aid (5 Aug 2019)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...flooding. We are concerned by deteriorating levels of food security in the Horn of Africa as a result of poor rainfall across much of the region. Slower economic growth and the residual effects of war also perpetuate the vulnerability of Eritrea’s population. DFID has funded life-saving activity in Eritrea for several years, including providing £3.24m to UNICEF in 2018-19 to help...

Petition - Better Air Quality: Spinal Muscular Atrophy (25 Jul 2019)

John Hayes: ...something abides.” There is no better great deed, no more noble object, no more abiding purpose than the care for those in the greatest need. I ask this Minister to make her abiding object a war on want, a campaign against suffering, a crusade for those in pain—Madam Deputy Speaker, nothing less will do.

Summer Adjournment (25 Jul 2019)

Stewart McDonald: ...thugs in Red Square in Moscow and she was a staunch proponent of LGBT rights, which is not easy in that country. She was killed at the weekend by what can only be described as complete and utter cowardice. I believe that her memory will live on and many people who knew her will keep making the case for human rights and civil rights in that country, which so badly needs them. Elena...

NHS: Dentistry Services - Motion to Take Note (25 Jul 2019)

Baroness Gardner of Parkes: ...NHS treatment. Many Australian dentists came to Britain at the time I did, in the 1950s. That was because there was no work for many new graduates in Australia. At the end of the Second World War, places at university—in my case the University of Sydney—were offered to anyone who had served in the forces. Teaching had to be on a sessional basis, so the laboratories and clinics were in...

Ebola - Question (25 Jul 2019)

Lord Collins of Highbury: My Lords, can I pay tribute to Rory Stewart, who went to Geneva and made the plea, made the pledge and encouraged other Governments to work on this? This disease knows no national boundaries, and it is important that we address the issue globally. The noble Baroness, Lady Hayman, mentioned the need to build community action and public health awareness, and we need to use every method of...

Speaker’S Statement: Business of the House (25 Jul 2019)

Luciana Berger: ...House told us that he believes in our parliamentary democracy. What plans does he have to recall Parliament, so that we can deal with the greatest issue to face our nation since the second world war?

Council of Europe: House of Lords Members’ Contribution - Question for Short Debate (24 Jul 2019)

Baroness Hooper: ...out that the Council of Europe has always represented the wider Europe, that it is good value for money and that we were founder members way back in 1948 when we were emerging from the Second World War. Incidentally, Turkey was also a founding member. When people question the appropriateness of Turkey being part of Europe, it is important to remember that. There has always been confusion...

Petition - Ceasefire in Yemen (24 Jul 2019)

Douglas Chapman: ...to work together with the all-party parliamentary group on Yemen, many of the non-governmental organisations that are active in the region and the United Nations to bring about peace to such a war-torn part of the middle east. The petition states: The petition of Residents of the United Kingdom, Declares that Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian situation, where over 91,000 people...

Petition - Ceasefire in Yemen (24 Jul 2019)

Stephen Twigg: It is a pleasure to join in this cross-party presentation of petitions relating to the situation in Yemen. It used to be said that the crisis in Yemen was a forgotten war. Thanks to the cross-party efforts of Members who are speaking today, and others who are not here with us, we have ensured that it is not forgotten in this place. I am particularly pleased to present this petition from...

Petition - Ceasefire in Yemen (24 Jul 2019)

Jim Shannon: ...kind, but tonight you are most kind. It is a pleasure to introduce this petition on behalf of my constituents. I thank the right hon. Member for Leicester East (Keith Vaz) for bringing it forward. The conditions of those in Yemen have been a key issue for this House. The petition, which I and my constituents in Strangford support from the bottom of our hearts, states: The petition of...

Petition - Ceasefire in Yemen (24 Jul 2019)

Alison Thewliss: ...the moment. The petition states: The petition of Residents of the United Kingdom, Declares that Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian situation, where over 91,000 people have been killed in the war in Yemen, a further 24.1 million need humanitarian assistance and over 14 million are on the brink of starvation; further that the Court of Appeal decision of June 20th 2019 deemed...

Petition - Ceasefire in Yemen (24 Jul 2019)

Keith Vaz: ...ceasefire. The petition states: The petition of Residents of the United Kingdom, Declares that Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian situation, where over 91,000 people have been killed in the war in Yemen, a further 24.1 million need humanitarian assistance and over 14 million are on the brink of starvation; further that the Court of Appeal decision of June 20th 2019 deemed...

Local Housing Allowance and Homelessness — [Mr Adrian Bailey in the Chair] (24 Jul 2019)

Alex Cunningham: ...one, due to be installed later today, will make of such a terrible legacy and what he will do to sort it out. Our Governments and Prime Ministers have been too preoccupied with Brexit and internal warring, meaning that people across this country have been let down and forced on to the streets because they simply have no other option. It is not that the Government do not know what is...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: War Pensions: Appeals (24 Jul 2019)

Ruth Smeeth: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many letters of delay the Veterans Agency is issuing to veterans awaiting an assessment appeal for their war pension on average.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Jul 2019)

Tom Brake: Last Friday, I had the honour of witnessing the presentation of the légion d’honneur to Helene Aldwinckle, who is a constituent, for her work at Bletchley Park as a codebreaker in world war two. She played a critical role in defeating the most disgusting fascist ideology. Will the Prime Minister, on her last appearance at the Dispatch Box, join me in saying that all politicians should...

Petition - Windrush (23 Jul 2019)

Dawn Butler: ...of the hostile environment. We call on the Prime Minister to declare an amnesty and ensure that all who entered as British citizens and came to the motherland to help rebuild her after the war have their British citizenship reinstated. The petitioners therefore request that the House of Commons urges the Prime Minister, the right hon. Member for Maidenhead (Mrs May), and the Government to...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: War Pensions (23 Jul 2019)

Ruth Smeeth: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the (a) average and (b) longest time taken is for his Department to process war pensions in the latest period for which data is available.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: War Pensions: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (23 Jul 2019)

Ruth Smeeth: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many and what proportion of veterans with PTSD have been refused a war pension since 2010.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Defence: Procurement (23 Jul 2019)

Gerald Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether the Future Service Delivery Contract will include the (a) War Pension Scheme, (b) Armed Forces Compensation Scheme and (c) Medals Office.

Health and Social Care: Health Inequalities (23 Jul 2019)

Jackie Doyle-Price: I do share my hon. Friend’s belief that health visitors are probably the most important army in the war against health inequalities. They provide an intervention that is very family-based and not intimidating. It is based on good relationships and means we can provide intervention at the earliest possible time. He is right to highlight the massive investment we made during the Cameron...


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