Canlyniadau 61–80 o 512 ar gyfer speaker:Baroness Golding

Gambling Bill (10 Maw 2005)

Baroness Golding: I thank the noble Lord for giving way. Will the proof of identity be just a proof of age or does it have to have a photograph? Do you have to have a driving licence? Do you have to have a passport? If you have nothing with a photo, will it be acceptable? How will it work?

Gambling Bill (10 Maw 2005)

Baroness Golding: I am sorry to persist, but suppose you do not have a driving licence or a passport or anything with a photograph of yourself on it. Are you then prohibited from entering a casino?

Gambling Bill (10 Maw 2005)

Baroness Golding: Let us be clear. Is the noble Lord saying that if you do not drive a car—if you do not have enough money to drive a car—and if you do not go abroad so do not have a passport, there is no way you should enter a casino? Surely, that is discriminatory. Will we not get into trouble for that? {**8**}

Gambling Bill (10 Maw 2005)

Baroness Golding: I am sorry to persist; please forgive me. If you have no method of saying, "This is me", should you take an electricity bill or a gas bill to a casino to prove who you are? You could be anyone.

Gambling Bill (22 Chw 2005)

Baroness Golding: My Lords, the British gambling industry is well respected and well regulated. Our 136 casinos have given little or no trouble, and neither have our betting shops, bingo halls, seaside arcades or adult gaming centres. But times change; gambling has changed, in part driven by technology. With the advent of remote betting, online gambling, betting exchanges and new machines, the industry has...

Network Rail and Train Operating Companies (21 Chw 2005)

Baroness Golding: My Lords, is my noble friend aware that you can no longer buy tickets at railway stations on the West Coast Main Line to go on Eurostar and that you have to go to Waterloo to pick them up? Does he think that that is being done for the convenience of passengers?

Hunting Bill (11 Tach 2004)

Baroness Golding: My Lords, I, too, have much sympathy with the arguments in support of these two amendments. I understand that my noble friend Lord Sewel has tabled Amendment No. 2 as a compromise, but I do not think that it can work. The countryside must be managed. As we live in it we change it, and that change must be managed. We should not divide it up into areas that we manage, such as less-favoured...

Hunting Bill (27 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: I, too, strongly support this amendment on the grounds that I hope that it will concentrate Defra's mind on doing something about mink. My noble friend recognises that mink cause a great problem in the countryside, but Defra seems very reluctant to do anything about it. In the previous debate, my noble friend Lord Hoyle said that he thought that only 7 per cent of mink were caught through...

Hunting Bill (27 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: The figure of 7 per cent is quoted in Hansard and that is the figure that I am quoting. In any case, there are far too many mink in our countryside. Wildlife in the countryside needs to be managed, and one way of doing so is to do something about mink. I hope that Defra will take note of this amendment.

Hunting Bill (27 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: Can the Minister tell me why in Iceland 6,500 mink are caught every year using dogs?

Hunting Bill (26 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: moved Amendment No. 5: Page 2, line 3, leave out "a" and insert "an unregistered"

Hunting Bill (26 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: In moving Amendment No. 5, I shall speak to the other amendments in the group. The amendments relate to hare coursing. Amendments Nos. 5 to 9 all leave out "a" and insert "an unregistered", so that Clause 5 would read: "A person commits an offence if he . . . participates in a hare coursing event . . . attends an unregistered hare coursing event . . . knowingly facilitates an unregistered...

Hunting Bill (26 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: I hear what the noble Lord, Lord Whitty, has said but I have to say to him that the noble Lord, Lord Burns, said that all mammals should be treated the same. There can be no moral principle in sacrificing one mammal to save others. I intend to test the opinion of the House.

Hunting Bill (12 Hyd 2004)

Baroness Golding: My Lords, I have only ever hunted with a fly, a nymph, the occasional dognobbler and the odd worm. So noble Lords will see that I am approaching this Bill today from a somewhat different angle—from the angle of a fisherman. I must say to my noble friend Lady Gale that it is no good supporting angling if there are fewer and fewer fish to fish. There most certainly will be if this Bill goes...

Personal Statement: The Baroness Golding (19 Mai 2004)

Baroness Golding: My Lords, with permission, I should like to make a personal Statement. I regret to inform the House that the people involved in the incident earlier today at Prime Minister's Questions were there at my invitation. I am, of course, deeply distressed by this. As your Lordships would expect, I am giving all the information I have to the authorities. I have also seen the Speaker of the House of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Review ( 6 Mai 2004)

Baroness Golding: asked Her Majesty's Government: What progress has been made in implementing the recommendations of the salmon and freshwater fisheries review.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Police Performance Monitors (22 Hyd 2003)

Baroness Golding: asked Her Majesty's Government: When they will publish the second set of police performance monitors.

Hunting Bill (21 Hyd 2003)

Baroness Golding: I support the amendment moved by my noble friend Lord Mancroft and shall speak to the need for the registration of the hunting of mink with dogs. As I said in a previous debate, the Government have signed up to the European Convention on Biological Diversity, which commits them to, "control and eradicate those alien species which threaten ecosystems, habitats or native species". Having signed...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Code of Practice on Access to Government Information: Monitoring Report 2002 (15 Hyd 2003)

Baroness Golding: asked Her Majesty's Government: When the Code of Practice on Access to the Government Information monitoring report for 2002 will be published.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Manchester Salford Pathfinder ( 6 Hyd 2003)

Baroness Golding: asked Her Majesty's Government: When they expect to announce a decision on the scheme submitted by the Manchester Salford market renewal pathfinder for tackling low demand housing and abandonment in the area.


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