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Anti-Semitism - Motion to Take Note (20 Jun 2019)

Lord Dykes: be the main Times journalist with a sense of humour. He has shown it again today and we thank him for his wise words. I am also looking forward to listening to the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi. I am sandwiched between two very intelligent people who will contribute enormously to this debate. I am also very glad that the noble Lord, Lord Ahmad, is the Minister replying. He is greatly...

Middle East and North Africa — Motion to Take Note (30 Oct 2014)

Lord Dykes: ...the state of Israel. However, at the same time, there are two states there, two countries—and I call Palestine a country already; its recognition is long overdue. I thank the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, for her comments on this matter, and embarrass her by praising her immense courage in leaving the Government because of the dreadful events in Gaza and the killing of large numbers of...

EU: Reform — Question for Short Debate (9 Jan 2014)

Lord Dykes: My Lords, I welcome this opportunity to speak in the last debate of this afternoon. I express gratitude first to my noble friend Lady Warsi, the Minister in charge, for coming today. I am sorry that she has to be the last speaker and I hope it will not take too long for that to occur. My colleague and good noble friend Lord Teverson was originally going to speak, too, but had to withdraw his...

EUC Report: Court of Justice of the European Union — Question for Short Debate (9 Oct 2013)

Lord Dykes: ...obsession of at least one of the political parties, or a good segment thereof, in this country. I cannot understand that. I hope, therefore, that the Government, in the form of my noble friend Lady Warsi, whom we thank for coming to conclude this debate, will give us an encouraging answer on these matters. It is time to face up to these things. Time is short between now and the beginning...

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