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Equality Bill: Committee (1st Day) (11 Jan 2010)

Lord Graham of Edmonton: My Lords, it is a pleasure to take part in this debate, and I hang my hat on Amendment 2. I start by congratulating the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, on making a robust attack on the concept. She was able to give us some interesting aspects of where it was deficient and how it could be improved, which is the purpose of the Committee stage. One thing that occurred to me when I took an interest...

Equality Bill: Committee (1st Day) (11 Jan 2010)

Lord Graham of Edmonton: ...nature of our society. The Minister who will be replying to the debate should look on it as an opportunity to deal with the issues that are not covered, according to the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, but should also assert those that are. Members of this House, who have some responsibility for society, cannot hide or run away from the fact that there are enormous inequalities in many ways. I...

Second Reading (17 Dec 2008)

Lord Graham of Edmonton: My Lords, I begin by welcoming the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, not only to the House but to the Front Bench and to speaking on the Bill. I took careful note of a number of things that she said. She said that the Bill is not the answer to the problems; does little to deal with the real problems; is full of half-baked ideas; is full of fig leaves; is a form-filling exercise; is an apple pie...

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