Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2011 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Risby

Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee ()

Progress made in respect of the AUKUS agreement, the defence and security partnership between the UK, Australian and US – Lord Risby. Short debate

Ukraine - Motion to Take Note (26 Ion 2024)

Lord Risby: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lord Ahmad for initiating this timely debate, and I warmly congratulate my noble friend Lord Camoys on his absolutely excellent speech. Ukraine is at the receiving end of numerous cross-currents. The pre-winter attempts to roll back Russian forces were not as successful as had been hoped for, the divisions among European countries beset by economic...

Ukrainian Holodomor - Motion to Take Note (23 Tach 2023)

Lord Risby: My Lords, I thank all those noble Lords who have spoken this afternoon. I start with the noble Lord, Lord Alton, whose instinctive humanitarian feelings always resonate so incredibly powerfully in this Chamber. His experience of Ukraine and what he saw and understood was such a powerful message of support for the country, for all the right reasons. I also thank the noble Lord, Lord Stoneham,...

Ukrainian Holodomor - Motion to Take Note (23 Tach 2023)

Lord Risby: My Lords, during the 20th century and indeed even more latterly, the world has witnessed grotesque acts against fellow human beings but, as one analyses the intentions of Stalin in Ukraine in 1932 and 1933, a common continuing theme emerges. In the eyes of Russia, then and now, the essential intention was and is the destruction of Ukraine as a separate sovereign entity. President Putin has...

Ukraine - Motion to Take Note (21 Med 2023)

Lord Risby: My Lords, all of us are aware of the scale of destructive landmine activity by the Russians—literally creating killing fields—which has impacted the Ukrainian fight-back. I pay heartfelt tribute to the way Ukraine has undertaken de-mining most professionally. Many take enormous personal risks to do this, not least led by two British organisations. Your Lordships have rightly dealt with...

Armed Forces - Motion to Take Note ( 7 Med 2023)

Lord Risby: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lord Soames for securing this most timely debate, deploying his immense experience and knowledge of defence matters. The refreshed integrated review and the 2023 defence Command Paper represent a concerted effort to target Britain’s foreign policy where it is most able to have impact. The documents are forthright in acknowledging the changing nature of the...

Ukraine - Motion to Take Note ( 9 Chw 2023)

Lord Risby: It is a great pleasure to follow the speech of my noble friend Lord Marlesford. I warmly congratulate my noble friend Lord Soames on his excellent maiden speech. I was his Parliamentary Private Secretary when he was a Minister in the MoD. He was extremely successful and popular, largely because of his amazingly good judgment and common sense. Those characteristics will, I know, inform our...

The Importance of the Relationship Between the United Kingdom and India - Motion to Take Note (19 Ion 2023)

Lord Risby: My Lords, it is an immense pleasure to congratulate my noble friend on his outstandingly good maiden speech. I was amused by his observation that his family started off as cattle thieves but moved on to become lawyers. He is in effect becoming a politician—which for some people is perhaps a leap even from lawyers and thieves. His family went on to play hugely important parts in public...

Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee ()

Supporting the horse racing industry in the UK – Lord Risby. Short debate

Food Insecurity in Developing Countries due to Blockade of Ukrainian Ports - Motion to Take Note (21 Gor 2022)

Lord Risby: My Lords, it is a great pleasure to follow the right reverend Prelate. I particularly congratulate the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham on his most informative and, frankly, moving speech. We all much look forward to his future contributions in your Lordships’ House. I warmly congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Alton of Liverpool, on securing this debate, which is...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 Mai 2022)

Lord Risby: My Lords, there are clear lessons to learn from the Covid pandemic and the brutal war against Ukraine. While globalisation has brought many benefits, not least to this country, we have learned how all of us have become dependent on unreliable providers of essential products. The terrible war has further underlined the new reality threatening economic and political stability, for which all of...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Olympic Games: Beijing (16 Rha 2021)

Lord Risby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what discussions they have had with Team GB about reconsidering participation in the 2022 Winter Olympic games in Beijing.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Bosnia and Herzegovina: Armed Conflict (10 Rha 2021)

Lord Risby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the potential for an outbreak of civil violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Nagorno-Karabakh - Question (15 Tach 2021)

Lord Risby: My Lords, for years, one of the major causes of tension and violence has been the lack of a clear and mutually acceptable demarcation of the international border. Although the border agencies of both Armenia and Azerbaijan are now in contact, given our close connections in the region, have we considered assisting or promoting this vital process, which is essentially technical, on the basis of...

UK–Commonwealth Trading Relationship - Motion to Take Note ( 8 Gor 2021)

Lord Risby: My Lords, I warmly applaud my noble friend Lord Howell for initiating this debate and for so constantly bringing our attention to the Commonwealth over many years. I think it would not be unreasonable to say that much of the energy and focus of our Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the past perhaps arose out of our membership of the European Union. While we of course want to have excellent...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (19 Mai 2021)

Lord Risby: My Lords, I congratulate my noble friend Lord Udny-Lister on his excellent speech and warmly welcome him to your Lordships’ House. In the words of the Government’s integrated review, we are living in an era of “intensifying geopolitical competition”. In this country, we certainly know that in Russia we face a country which has interests and ethics very different to our own, and which...

Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy - Motion to Take Note (22 Ebr 2021)

Lord Risby: My Lords, the very first world leader to have a personal meeting with the new US President was the Prime Minister of Japan. The posture of China has understandably increased nervousness and alarm in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and elsewhere. That meeting underlined the significance of the renewed emphasis of our own commitment to the Indo-Pacific region, but this assessment in our integrated review...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination ( 6 Ebr 2021)

Lord Risby: To ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to prevent the spread of misinformation regarding the COVID-19 vaccine; and what plans they have to ensure that there is public confidence in vaccinations in the future.

Budget Statement - Motion to Take Note (12 Maw 2021)

Lord Risby: My Lords, a year ago the OBR forecasted a horrendous rate of unemployment of 11.9%. It is now likely to be 6.5%—of course, that is bad enough. But, most fortuitously, our finances were virtually in balance when the pandemic struck, and we should simply remind ourselves that the lack of good budgetary housekeeping before the financial crash played its part in seeing unemployment rise to...

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