Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1853 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Tunnicliffe

Military Bases: Accommodation - Question (15 Mai 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: To ask His Majesty’s Government what recent assessment they have made of the standard of accommodation at military bases.

National Networks National Policy Statement - Motion to Regret ( 8 Mai 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I often end up in this situation, with four or five people in the Chamber battling through statutory instruments with the Minister. I do not know how I got into this mess, but I have. Tonight, though, is different, and it has become more different as I have listened to this debate. I was born in 1943, and I would claim to be in one of history’s most favoured generations. In my...

Nuclear Test Veterans: Support - Question ( 2 Mai 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, is this not an example of the malaise that we have in the handling of veterans? Veterans are unhappy and we are in a bad situation with both recruitment and retention. Over 76% of veterans are dissatisfied with the Armed Forces compensation scheme and 500 veteran households are declared homeless every three months. Establishing an independent Armed Forces commissioner as a voice to...

Military National Service - Question ( 7 Maw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I really hope that the Minister’s Answer is not accurate. We know that there is a serious risk—not a probable risk but a serious risk—of a ground war breaking out in Europe, and we may become involved in it. This is being said by serious people such as generals, Mr Shapps and so on. Surely the military would be derelict in its duties if it was not considering that risk....

Avanti Trains - Question (27 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I commend my noble friend Lord Snape for his tenacious pursuit of Avanti’s inferior performance. However, it is not just Avanti; Govia Thameslink regularly fails two-thirds of its performance measures. The industry is in a mess. Why do His Majesty’s Government not initiate legislation, already in draft, to create Great British Railways; or even better, call a general election...

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Third Reading: Motion (19 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I thank the Minister and his team for their co-operation on the Bill. I thank my co-spokesman, my noble friend Lord Liddle, and Grace Wright, our researcher. When I wrote these few lines down, I was full of unbridled optimism for the Bill—but I had better come back a bit. I am sorry that the concerns of the noble Baroness, Lady Randerson, have not been satisfied; they were good...

Conventional Weapon Stocks: Expenditure - Question (19 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: To ask His Majesty’s Government when they plan to provide an update on the spending of the £2 billion allocated in the 2023 spending review for replenishing conventional weapon stocks over the next two years.

Conventional Weapon Stocks: Expenditure - Question (19 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I thank the Minister for that Answer; I am not sure that it contained any information, but it met the basic specification. In my view, the moneys are not being spent on their original requirement. That could be for one of two reasons: first, that the money is gone because it has been spent on budget shortfalls and not on the original objective, or, secondly, that the MoD is not good...

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 9A ( 6 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: Before the Minister sits down, will he do me a personal favour and put me out of my agony? What has happened to the road safety investigation branch?

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 9A ( 6 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: It does not exist.

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 9A ( 6 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lord Berkeley for raising these issues. I am afraid that my consideration of these things comes to the conclusion that it is a mess. There are various bodies in the Department for Transport that have various responsibilities in various other forms of transport. There is the road safety investigation branch; I cannot for the life of me see why we are going to...

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 8 ( 6 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I will not take up the House’s time. We have nothing to add to this debate, although it has been very interesting. I have to deliver our judgment, which is that we are pretty sympathetic to this group. Much will depend on what the Minister says, and the extent to which he is able to give assurances may cause our view to change, but we are broadly sympathetic and will listen...

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 1 ( 6 Chw 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I think this group has two subgroups. There is the subgroup of amendments in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Davies, and my noble friend Lord Berkeley’s subgroup. I am afraid to tell my noble friend that we will support the Davies subgroup and not the Berkeley subgroup. There are many reasons for this, ending with a very pragmatic one. First, the proposals from the noble Lord,...

Pedicabs (London) Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 3 (30 Ion 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, I first thank the Minister, as others have done, for the amount of time he has taken on this Bill. Our central concern was that this is a London problem, and we created TfL to look after London’s problems. Now, I am in favour of TfL—somewhat biasedly, because I helped create it—but it has lived up to our expectations and has done a good job over the 23 years of its existence....

Pedicabs (London) Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 3 (30 Ion 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: I apologise for jumping in on this point but it is very important. The Minister said that the generation of regulations would be solely the responsibility of Transport for London, which is exactly where we seek to be. In preparing for this debate I looked through the Bill, and all the Minister’s amendment does—I say “all” but it may be enough, in which case I will be delighted—is to...

East Coast Main Line - Question (24 Ion 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: My Lords, the Minister implies that the 2024 timetable is more or less complete. That would have involved seven railway operators, Network Rail and the DfT achieving a consensus. Such a consensus would have had winners and losers. Who made the decision as to who would be the losers?

Private Crossings (Signs and Barriers) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Regret (17 Ion 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: The essence of my point is that, superficially, this burden offends the rule that the railways claim to take through the ORR that safety improvements are not necessary if their cost is grossly disproportionate to the benefit. If it is above £5 million you would have to set that down on a piece of paper. Would the Minister mind setting out on a piece of paper, and sharing it with all who...

Private Crossings (Signs and Barriers) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Regret (17 Ion 2024)

Lord Tunnicliffe: I am sorry, but safety legislation, in virtually every area, does not take that view. We do not talk about it very much, but the ability to spend money on safety is almost infinite. There has to be a point where you say “Enough is enough”—otherwise, transport and virtually all activity involving risk would grind to a halt. You have to take a sensible, proportionate view, which British...


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