Canlyniadau 121–140 o 512 ar gyfer speaker:Baroness Golding

Written Answers — House of Lords: Reserve Forces: Campaign against Terrorism (15 Ion 2002)

Baroness Golding: asked Her Majesty's Government: What is the role of the reserve forces in the continuing campaign against international terrorism.

Children's Rights Commissioner Bill ( 6 Ebr 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Well, isn't it?

Children's Rights Commissioner Bill ( 6 Ebr 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: I must first declare several interests. I am a trustee of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, of a children's charity called Safe and of a children's fishing charity called Second Chance. Indeed, I had very much hoped to be fishing today: the delay in the election has kept me in the House to speak on this important Bill. All our children deserve support and help,...

Orders of the Day — Adoption and Children Bill (26 Maw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: First, I apologise for not being present at the beginning of the debate. I was whipped off by the Whips to serve on a Committee considering a statutory instrument. It is a great pleasure to follow the speech of the hon. Member for Canterbury (Mr. Brazier). I know that he has worked long and hard to improve the status of children in care and up for adoption, and for this House to give more...

Orders of the Day — Christmas Day (Trading) Bill (16 Maw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: I, too, support the Bill of my hon. Friend the Member for Crewe and Nantwich (Mrs. Dunwoody). I remember volunteering to work over Christmas when I was a student radiographer at Cardiff royal infirmary. People who volunteered for such work were usually on call from noon on Saturday until 9 o'clock on Monday morning, including all Sunday and Sunday night. They would have already worked every...

Orders of the Day — Christmas Day (Trading) Bill (16 Maw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Those Members merely voted against those tabling the amendments, as the right hon. Gentleman will recognise. That is how we ended up with Christmas day trading. Hon. Members who would never have dreamed of making people work on Christmas day voted for a measure that allowed that to happen, having seen opponents of Sunday trading standing in the Lobby. As we were so fed up with the lack of...

Orders of the Day — Christmas Day (Trading) Bill (16 Maw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Moorcroft.

Hunting Bill (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: rose—

Hunting Bill (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: So my hon. Friend should, and I thank him for it. Can he see the logic in producing publicity about protecting the water vole, whose main predator is the mink, while passing a Bill prohibiting the extermination of the mink?

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: The Minister did not.

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: I wish to speak to amendment No. 36, to which the hon. Member for Montgomeryshire (Mr. Öpik) also spoke. Before I do so, may I declare an interest? Many Members will know that I am retiring at the election—and I am going fishing. It is time somebody spoke up in this debate for the fishing industry. No one knows better than fishermen the damage that mink do to the countryside and especially...

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: No; I beg his pardon. Gamekeepers and water bailiffs who man many rivers call in mink hunts to sweep the rivers in order to get rid of mink. I have a letter from the Northern Counties hunt in Yorkshire, which states that more than half its call-outs are from gamekeepers on the Esk, Dove, Seph, Leven, Rye and Derwent, and from water bailiffs on the Ure, Cock Beck and Wharfe. Unless we...

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Yes, Mr. Deputy Speaker, but the amendment also refers to damage by wild animals which were previously controlled by activities prohibited by this Act"— by mink, in other words.

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: No, but mink are hunted with dogs. Mink are controlled by mink packs and mink hunting will be banned if the Bill is enacted. We really should be considering the fact that the Bill will ban mink hunting. I beg your pardon, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for pointing that out, but I thought that that would be understood.

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: I agree. The poor fishing stock owner in my constituency never had the advantage of mink hounds, but he knew that the Government were not prepared to invest anything in controlling mink. It is estimated that it will cost £40 million to control mink if hunting them is banned. I seriously think that the control of these vicious pests should be considered when looking for compensation for...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Hunting Bill: [Continuation from column 548] (15 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: There are many articles these days about saving the water vole. I have one here that says: ``Look out for water voles and report sightings to your local Trust and lobby your MP to press for improved wildlife legislation.'' Ha, ha, ha.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with Dogs: Prohibition (15 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: What will happen if she is banned and she takes her dogs out for a walk? She knows that they will chase rabbits because that is what they are trained to do. How will she prevent them from running after rabbits and how will she avoid being accused of knowingly taking them for a walk?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with Dogs: Prohibition (15 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: I could not agree more with the hon. Gentleman. If Deadline 2000 read the scientific research into the mink and the damage that it does, it would not say that it wanted to protect the mink. What has the mink done to deserve protection? I cannot see any reason for protecting it. Why cannot it be classed as a rodent, which it is?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with Dogs: Prohibition (15 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Far be it from me to get inside the heads of Deadline 2000 supporters. I cannot think of a more uncomfortable place to be. I have no idea how they think or how they can argue that a Bill such as this aims to protect the environment, the countryside and animals. It does not. It will destroy animals, birds and fish.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with Dogs: Prohibition (15 Chw 2001)

Mrs Llin Golding: Mink cannot sink. The river is swept twice; if mink are seen, the hunt goes up the riverbank once, or twice at the most, and then leaves it undisturbed. Whatever the activity on riverbanks, there will be some disturbance. The proposed alternative is the use of cages, which would disturb the area every 24 hours. There will be no alternative in law to the use of cages, yet such use disturbs the...


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