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Wera Hobhouse

Liberal Democrat MP for Bath (9 Jun 2017 – current)

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Lord Robathan

Conservative Peer (9 Nov 2015 – current)

the Bishop of Bath and Wells

Former Peer (30 Nov 1996 – 31 Dec 2001)

the Bishop of Bath and Wells

Former Peer (18 Nov 2008 – 30 Jun 2013)

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Former MP for Cirencester (27 Mar 1857 – 24 Feb 1878)

Hon. Allen Bathurst

Former MP for Cirencester (13 Jul 1895 – 25 Nov 1918)

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Former MP for Wiltshire Southern (14 Feb 1861 – 6 Jul 1865)

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Former MP for Wilton (3 Dec 1910 – 25 Nov 1918)

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Former MP for Harwich (1 Jul 1812 – 10 Feb 1823)

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Former MP for St.Germans (17 Jun 1818 – 13 Jun 1826)

Lord Foster of Bath

Liberal Democrat Peer (5 Nov 2015 – current)


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February Adjournment (13 Feb 2020)

Luke Evans: ...a retired nurse. My youngest brother is a GP and his fiancée is a hospital doctor. My middle brother broke the mould—he is a sports and exercise doctor, working for British Olympic swimming and Bath rugby. His wife—you guessed it—is a GP. Needless to say, when we have a Christmas dinner get-together, the conversation is riveting. My mother and father’s dedication to public life...

February Adjournment (13 Feb 2020)

Luke Evans: ...a retired nurse. My youngest brother is a GP and his fiancée is a hospital doctor. My middle brother broke the mould—he is a sports and exercise doctor, working for British Olympic swimming and Bath rugby. His wife—you guessed it—is a GP. Needless to say, when we have a Christmas dinner get-together, the conversation is riveting. My mother and father’s dedication to public life...

Business of the House (13 Feb 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...raised at Prime Minister’s questions yesterday. The line is being electrified down to Cardiff. It happens to be the line that I use when I take the train, because very often the route is through Bath and Bristol. The improvements in that line benefit people as they go on into Wales, which I think is very important.

Business of the House (13 Feb 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...raised at Prime Minister’s questions yesterday. The line is being electrified down to Cardiff. It happens to be the line that I use when I take the train, because very often the route is through Bath and Bristol. The improvements in that line benefit people as they go on into Wales, which I think is very important.

Written Answers — Church Commissioners: Clergy: Training (12 Feb 2020)

Andrew Selous: ...with the latest developments in topics ranging from neuroscience to cosmology. The Church of England is also a partner in the Centre for Doctoral Training in AI Ethics at the University of Bath, along with numerous other industry partners, gaining understanding which will be shared within the Church. The Bishop of Oxford is a member of the House of Lords Select Committee on AI and is a...

Questions to the Mayor of London — “Dismal” Office to Residential Conversions: “Dismal” Office to Residential Conversions (12 Feb 2020)

Joanne McCartney: ...be turned into 219 ‘rabbit hutch’ homes that your own planning adviser called ‘dismal’. Some of these appear to be no more than 30‑feet‑by‑30‑feet rooms which are meant to deal with bathing, cooking, living and sleeping. Following this application through its prior approval, it appeared that while the local authority could have some say, for example, if it would be affected...

Waste Incineration Facilities — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (11 Feb 2020)

Rebecca Pow: ...my hon. Friends the Members for Loughborough (Jane Hunt), whom I welcome to her place, and for Carshalton and Wallington (Elliot Colburn). Interestingly on that note, while the hon. Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse) was strong in her case against incinerators, it was actually the Lib Dem-led Sutton Council that approved the Beddington incinerator that my hon. Friend the Member for...

Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Internet: Safety (11 Feb 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the UK’s ability to introduce online harms legislation if safe harbour provisions form part of any future free trade agreement with the government of the US.

Domestic Premises (Energy Performance) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (7 Feb 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: My Lords, I thank all noble Lords who have taken part in this interesting and informative debate. Inevitably, many of the issues raised are in a sense outwith the Bill, but will have to be addressed if the Bill is to go forward. For example, the noble Lord, Lord Best, raised the need for financial carrots to deal with issues in the private rented sector. He rightly raised the importance of...

Children’s Mental Health Week (6 Feb 2020)

Nadine Dorries: ...Claire Murdoch, who is the clinical lead in NHS England responsible for the delivery of mental health programmes, as highlighted in the long-term plan. Claire described this to me yesterday as a bath that had been left empty for a very long time which suddenly had had the funding taps switched on—but we cannot fill the bath from empty to full immediately. The bath is filling, and it is...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Beaches: Standards (6 Feb 2020)

Baroness Suttie: ...'s Government what plans they have to maintain the current standards of cleanliness on UK beaches after Brexit; and, in particular, whether they intend to maintain the standards set out in the EU's Bathing Water and Water Framework Directives.

BBC: TV Licence Evasion - Private Notice Question (5 Feb 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: My Lords, in her speech earlier today, the Secretary of State said that many people thought it wrong that you can be imprisoned for not paying the TV licence, and its enforcement punishes the vulnerable. In view of that, can the Minister confirm that you can still be imprisoned for the non-payment of a civil fine; that the civil courts cannot take the personal circumstances of the...

Local Government Finance (5 Feb 2020)

Robbie Moore: ...through their own drive and determination have made national headlines by applying pressure on Yorkshire Water and the Environment Agency to ensure that our River Wharfe flows sewage free and has bathing water status. I could go on. It illustrates that it is incredible people who are the real catalyst for driving positive change. I am honoured to represent a constituency that has so many....

Scottish Parliament: Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (5 Feb 2020)

Kenneth Gibson: ...the 4 per cent average rise in fees in recent years. The Tories are clearly obsessed with that relatively minor part of the bill and, by not supporting it, they are throwing the baby out with the bath water.

Innovation in Hospital Design: Climate Justice — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair.] (4 Feb 2020)

Andrew Stephenson: ...(Nadia Whittome) for securing this important debate on climate justice. I am also grateful for the contributions from my hon. Friend the Member for Stafford (Theo Clarke), the hon. Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse), my hon. Friend the Member for West Worcestershire (Harriett Baldwin), and the hon. Members for Coventry South (Zarah Sultana), for Brighton, Pavilion (Caroline Lucas), for...

Net Zero Targets and Decarbonising Transport — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] (4 Feb 2020)

Gavin Newlands: ...it, but it is how I heard it. He made several good points, including his last one, on vehicle excise duty on motorhomes, which I think most of us would is agree is egregious. The hon. Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse) spoke of the Government arrangement to bring the ban on petrol and diesel cars forward, albeit without a proper plan to build the infrastructure of charging points. I think I...

Birmingham Commonwealth Games Bill [HL] - Second Reading (3 Feb 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: Can the noble Lord check with the Minister in reference to the report being produced by the accessibility forum team? My understanding is that it will now not come until 31 March next year, in which case it will be far too late for action to be taken on issues raised that have not been addressed.

Transport: Topical Questions (30 Jan 2020)

Wera Hobhouse: Our ancient woodlands and veteran trees, such as in Prior park in my constituency of Bath, are irreplaceable habitats and areas of beauty. What efforts are being made to avoid the destruction of ancient woodlands and chalk streams in the construction of HS2?

Special Educational Needs and Disability Funding — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (29 Jan 2020)

Wera Hobhouse: ...how we deal with and provide for those who need support. It impacts on all children if we do not support those with special educational needs. I want to draw attention quickly to the situation in Bath and North East Somerset. Like the rest of the country, we deal with a growing number of children who require SEND provision, with less funding to do so. More than 1,350 children now need...

Apprenticeship Levy - Question (28 Jan 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: My Lords, further to the question of the noble Lord, Lord Grade, I am sure the Minister is aware that the vital creative industries currently have 70,000 vacancies, so they desperately need an apprenticeship scheme which works for them. The current scheme clearly does not; some 75% of money raised by the creative industries for the levy is not being spent on those industries. I accept that...


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