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EU: UK Membership — Motion to Take Note (25 Nov 2014)

Lord Liddle: ...migration was to warn of the loss of freedom of movement rights for the over 2.2 million British citizens who live on the continent. That comes from a Written Answer from the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, to the noble Lord, Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, earlier this year, so 2.2 million is the figure. Now, in the stampede to sound ever tougher on EU migrants, the consequences for our...

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

Lord Liddle: ...of additional members—not another 27 but another nine or 12”.—[ Official Report, 10/7/13; col. 1484.] We very much hope that will be agreed. It will be a pleasure if the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, will reiterate that firm commitment given by the noble Lord, Lord Wallace, that British policy is to press for an increase in the number of judges in the court. The noble Lord, Lord...

EU: Prime Minister's Speech — Motion to Take Note (31 Jan 2013)

Lord Liddle: ..., Lady Symons, for the originality of her speech. She made a major point of constitutional significance about the Civil Service role in drafting legislation. I hope that the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, will answer that point in her reply. I also greatly enjoyed many of the speeches from the Liberal Democrat Benches and from the diplomats on the Cross Benches. There were excellent speeches...

European Union: Recent Developments — Motion to Take Note (17 Dec 2012)

Lord Liddle: ...tribulations, this is a European Union that many millions of people still want to join. Those who want to leave should take note of that. This has been an opportunity for the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, to present her first tour d'horizon of the state of the Union. I agreed with many of the positive things that she said but would have liked to hear more. The big question that she has not...

EU: UK Membership — Question (22 Oct 2012)

Lord Liddle: My Lords, although it is always a pleasure to face the noble Lord, Lord Wallace, I was rather hoping to welcome the noble Baroness, Lady Warsi, to answer this Question-I think it is the first Foreign Office Question that she has had the opportunity to answer. It is a pity, on a day when the Prime Minister is coming back to the other place to report on the European Council, that she is not...

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