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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)

Mr Allen Bathurst

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

Hon. Allen Bathurst

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

Colonel Frederick Hervey-Bathurst

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)

Mr Charles Bathurst

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

Mr Seymour Bathurst

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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Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Expert Trade Advisory Groups (31 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: To ask Her Majesty's Government which Expert Trade Advisory Groups have been created by the Department for International Trade; and who are the members of those groups.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Saleem Masih (18 Mar 2020)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the government of Pakistan about reports that Saleem Masih was tortured and killed after being accused of polluting a tube well he had bathed in due to his Christianity on 22 February.

Income tax (charge) (17 Mar 2020)

Aaron Bell: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse). I offer congratulations, too, to my hon. Friends the Members for South West Hertfordshire (Mr Mohindra), for Blyth Valley (Ian Levy), for Bolton North East (Mark Logan) and for Derbyshire Dales (Miss Dines), as well as the hon. Member for Liverpool, West Derby (Ian Byrne), on their maiden speeches. It is a real honour to...

Caging of Farm Animals — Geraint Davies in the Chair (16 Mar 2020)

Daniel Zeichner: ...by the European Union in 2012. They are of course an improvement, but that space is still too restrictive for birds to properly express many of their natural behaviours, such as wing flapping, dust bathing, and pecking and scratching. Regulations stipulate that those cages still must provide the birds with only 750 sq cm of space each, of which only 600 cm must be useable—barely the...

Metropolitan Police: Live Facial Recognition - Question (16 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: On behalf of my noble friend Lord Strasburger, and with his permission, I beg leave to ask the Question standing in his name on the Order Paper.

Green Economy - Motion to Take Note (12 Mar 2020)

Lord Oates: ...area, contributing a significant proportion of carbon emissions, and it must be tackled. As he knows, the Domestic Premises (Energy Performance) Bill, introduced by my noble friend Lord Foster of Bath with cross-party support, is a modest but important measure in this regard. I hope that he will tell us that he will press the Government to support it. At the moment, the chasm between the...

Freedom of Religion or Belief — [Ms Karen Buck in the Chair] (12 Mar 2020)

Bob Stewart: .... Claire walked into my house with the kid, who was filthy as she had been in the camp for about 10 days. The two soppy soldiers took her away, boiled up a billycan of water, took her clothes off, bathed her, went to Save the Children nearby, got her some clothes, put a little bed between their camp cots and looked after her. When Claire came two days later, to reunite Melissa Mekis with...

Public Bill Committee: Environment Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Mar 2020)

...connectivity between different parts of the environment. Yes, if you are managing the environment in terms of waste water and drainage, that also means that potentially preventing things such as bathing water quality impacts down at the sea. It is about looking at the different aspects in a more integrated way. Some of it is in the Bill—certainly in part I, which is quite general and...

Income Tax (Charge) (11 Mar 2020)

Kim Johnson: ...does things very differently. We are a city of many firsts, and I will name just a few. We had the first subscription library in England. In 1842, Kitty Wilkinson founded the world’s first public baths and wash houses. Football nets were used for the first time in 1890, after being invented by Liverpool city engineer John Brodie. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine was the first in...

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Self-catering Accommodation: Non-domestic Rates (10 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: To ask Her Majesty's Government when they intend to publish an analysis of the responses to their consultation which closed on 15 January 2019 on the business rates treatment of self-catering accommodation.

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Energy Performance Certificates (10 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: To ask Her Majesty's Government when they plan to publish the outcome of their consultation Energy Performance Certificates in buildings, which closed on 26 July 2018.

Written Answers — Treasury: Tourism: VAT (10 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: To ask Her Majesty's Government when they last reviewed the case for reducing VAT on accommodation and attractions to assist the tourism industry; what conclusions they reached; and whether they will publish the analysis that led to those conclusions.

Birmingham Commonwealth Games Bill [Lords] (9 Mar 2020)

Catherine West: ...the people of Birmingham and the west midlands, so that they can jump on a bicycle, so that basketball can be played locally, so that swimming can be affordable at the wonderful Sandwell swimming baths when they are open, and so that we end up with a genuine grassroots approach to sport, exercise and fitness, which all means an improvement in mental health. The facilities used for the...

Environmental Programme: COP 26 - Question (9 Mar 2020)

Lord Oates: ...action. In that context, does the Minister agree that a good start would be for the Government to back the Domestic Premises (Energy Performance) Bill introduced by my noble friend Lord Foster of Bath with cross-party support? Does the Minister understand that if the Government are unwilling even to support such a modest but very important measure such as this, their talk of environmental...

Educational Opportunities: Working Classes - Motion to Take Note (5 Mar 2020)

Baroness Morris of Yardley: ...is no one else to. We have a situation in which teachers are taking time out from teaching to help a parent who comes in with a money problem, or a child who comes in dirty because there is no bath at home to wash in, or a child who needs fed because they have had no breakfast. When Labour was in Government, we moved away from that. It is far more challenging to close that social-class gap...

BBC and Public Service Broadcasting - Motion to Take Note (5 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: On that point, and very quickly, can the Minister confirm that, as the charter continues until 2027, the Government could change the quantum of the licence fee between 2022 and 2027? Can she assure us the Government have no plans to do that, and that they recognise that the BBC’s scope and remit should remain constant until 2027?

Gambling Commission: Problem Gambling - Question (5 Mar 2020)

Lord Foster of Bath: My Lords, the NAO recognises that the Gambling Commission is a small body struggling to keep up with a fast-changing industry, but surely there are some things it could be doing. For example, an increasing amount of gambling is taking place online, which is a growing issue for problem gamblers; yet although we have stakes and prize limits for land-based gambling products, there are none for...

VAT (Listed Properties) (4 Mar 2020)

Anneliese Dodds: ...of energy-saving technologies. I agree with the comments of the hon. Member for Glasgow Central (Alison Thewliss) in that regard—she was spot on. The comments by the hon. Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse) about the listing system in Bath and what it has achieved were very interesting, but I question whether a high cost for introducing energy efficiency and renewable energy is unique to...

Health Inequalities (4 Mar 2020)

Paul Beresford: ...push from behind every time there is a health debate. When I first came to this country, I worked in a really deprived area of east London. Trying to treat children there was like trying to fill a bath with the plug out. The statistics for child dental health are still grim today: 23.3% of five-year-olds have tooth decay, rising to 33.7% in deprived areas. The rate drops to 13.6% in less...

Public Bill Committee: Agriculture Bill: Financial assistance: forms, conditions, delegation and publication of information (27 Feb 2020)

...compost or natural vegetation, assists with comfort and can reduce aggression. Similarly, systems for laying hens should allow for species-specific behaviours such as nesting, foraging, dust bathing, perching and exercise, including walking, running and brief bursts of flying. Many years ago, when I lived in a rural area, I discovered a chicken that had come off a lorry, doubtless on its...


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