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Lord Dacre of Glanton

Former Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1978 – 26 Jan 2003)

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Public Bill Committee: Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Processing for archiving, research and statistical purposes: safeguards (13 Mar 2018)

...), Prof Lilian Edwards U (Strathclyde) DPB 04 Future Care Capital DPB 05 Information Commissioner's Office DPB 06 Big Brother Watch DPB 07 Privacy International DPB 08 Stephen Rickitt, Clerk to Glanton, Meldon, Milfield, Mitford and Whalton Parish Councils DPB 09 British Dental Association DPB 10 Optical Confederation DPB 11 Press Association DPB 12 WAN-IFRA, CPU Media Trust, and News...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) (21 Feb 2017)

Lord Thomas of Swynnerton: noble and learned friend Lord Hope. However, it will have to be done, perhaps using NATO as our starting point, as suggested by the noble Baroness, Lady Smith of Newnham. The late Lord Dacre of Glanton, Hugh Trevor-Roper, whose absence from this House is very much regretted, and always will be by those who remember him, described in one of his essays how his hero, the great Edward...

Flooding (Northumberland) (20 Oct 2008)

Alan Beith: ...that the massive landslip, which has closed the A697, prevented the flooding of the village from being even worse. When the road has been rebuilt—that cannot happen soon enough for the people in Glanton, because all the diverted traffic goes through it—it will need to incorporate some method of retaining floodwater in the dene, located between the road and the railway track, so that...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Rural Housing (5 Feb 2003)

Tony McNulty: ...located in the 25 designated areas is not held centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. District Designated areas Date designated Alnwick The parishes of Acklington, Glanton. Hauxley, Hedgeley, Netherton, Rennington and Togston 14 April 1981 Berwick-upon-Tweed The whole borough, with the exception of the area of the former borough of Berwick-upon-Tweed...

Orders of the Day — War Crimes Bill (18 Mar 1991)

Mr Ian Gilmour: far today. Almost everyone agrees that retrospective legislation is undesirable. Lord Hailsham, Lord Ackner and Lord Donaldson, to say nothing of distinguished historians such as Lord Dacre of Glanton and Lord Blake, pointed out that the Bill was retrospective legislation. Of course, it is clearly retrospective. If it were not, we should not need the Bill. People could be prosecuted...

Official Secrets Bill (Allocation of Time) (2 May 1989)

Richard Shepherd: ...being certain and confident of the basis of the argument on which we do it. The Bill is deeply flawed, and sensitive individuals within the Government know that it is atrocious. As Lord Dacre of Glanton said in another place, it contains principles that this nation rejected by participation in the Nuremberg trials. These are how fundamental the measures are that touch on these very...

Orders of the Day — Official Secrets Bill: Security and Intelligence (25 Jan 1989)

Mr Jonathan Aitken: ...issues such as the desirability of ministerial accountability, oversight and so on. Are we to understand from the Minister that in future distinguished former Crown servants such as Lord Dacre of Glanton, Lord Annan and Mr. Day will be guilty of a criminal offence?

The Army (13 Jan 1987)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...vice of that information is that it enables the public to discuss, review, and criticise government action. In justifying myself for going back two decades, I refer to the noble Lord Dacre of Glanton, Professor Hugh Trevor-Roper, who, although a political opponent, did me the courtesy of writing a foreword to a book that I wrote. We are personal friends. He said that a country, as the...

Village Schools (Northumberland) (4 Apr 1977)

Alan Beith: ...not been proposed for closure, teachers and parents are getting uneasy that they may be next on the list. Last week the county council gave a three-year reprieve to one of the threatened schools, Glanton, and agreed to a shared headmaster experiment which could save another—Harbottle. But in each case the security of knowing that closure plans have been shelved indefinitely is what is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Scheme, Glanton (21 Jul 1949)

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Scheme, Glanton

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