Canlyniadau 181–200 o 2231 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Hamilton of Epsom

Brexit: Discussions with the European Union - Question (20 Meh 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Can my noble friend tell us when the EU will take responsibility for half of this deal, which has been turned down by gigantic majorities in the House of Commons?

British Citizens’ Rights - Statement (18 Meh 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, going back to the fate of the million or so British citizens living in the EU, are we not undermining our negotiating position by unilaterally giving guarantees to EU citizens living in this country? Do we not lose our leverage?

GDP per Capita - Question (11 Meh 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, is not the example of Germany, given by the noble Lord, Lord Blunkett, very relevant? Despite the billions spent by the West Germans on East Germany, it is largely emptied of business and people.

Procedure Committee - Motion to Agree (21 Mai 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, to come back on the remarks from the noble Lord, Lord Grocott, I hope we have learned a few lessons from the other place. It is possible to hear much too much from the Speaker, as well as too little.

Brexit: Creative Industries’ Access to European Markets - Question (15 Mai 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Does my noble friend think that the vote on Thursday 23rd for the European Parliament will very much suffice for a second referendum?

Iran and Gulf Security - Private Notice Question (13 Mai 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, the Question asked by the noble Lord, Lord West, refers to Iran restarting its nuclear programme. Does he really believe that Iran abandoned its nuclear programme altogether?

Yorkshire: Devolution - Question ( 7 Mai 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Further to the point made by the noble Lord, Lord Grocott, surely many different areas of this country have different characteristics and therefore devolution should take different forms in different areas?

Businesses: Technology - Question (10 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, has my noble friend noticed that although the Opposition are complaining about the redundancies that will be caused by new technology, they are on the other hand complaining about the lack of productivity growth in this country, which will of course be achieved by the introduction of new technology?

Government Debt - Question ( 9 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, at the moment, the Government are spending about 39% of GDP on public services. In my noble friend’s opinion, is that too much, too little or about right, and does he see merit in repaying debt?

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill - Committee: Amendment 5 ( 8 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I should like to pick up on something the noble and learned Lord, Lord Goldsmith, said about agreement on dates. As I understand it, the Prime Minister is asking to go to the end of June. Presumably she has Cabinet approval to do that.

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill - Committee: Amendment 5 ( 8 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I agree, nobody knows. Let us hypothesise that she cannot go beyond that date. She goes to Brussels and says: “I would like to extend until the end of June”. Suppose that Brussels says: “No, we are frightfully sorry but we have agreed two dates with you already. One is in the context of no agreement and the other is in the context of the agreement being agreed by Parliament. We are not...

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill - Committee: Amendment 5 ( 8 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Does the noble and learned Lord accept that, with an unwritten constitution, it is impossible to guarantee that a precedent will be a one-off? It will be used by others when it is convenient for them to do so.

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill - Committee: Amendment 4 ( 8 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: If the circumstances are exceptional, why does that mean it has not created a precedent?

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion ( 4 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Quite clearly they are different sorts of Bills: either private Bills or public Bills. That is pretty obvious. This one seems to be a private Bill, which, as my noble friend Lord Forsyth pointed out, did not even have anybody’s name on it when it appeared here because it had not had its First Reading. We are breaking all our rules to try to introduce this Bill, in a vain attempt to try to...

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion ( 4 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I think that the noble Lord, Lord Foulkes, put his Question first.

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion ( 4 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Your Lordships will be glad to know that I will not detain the House for very long, but if your Lordships’ House is not the guardian of our constitution, I do not know who is. There has been much talk, and the case has been made, about how awful these procedures are in introducing this extremely bad Bill to this House as a private Bill. The real concern we should have about it is that it...

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion ( 4 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: The purpose being served is that we are able to debate these issues, which are extremely important, and that, with a bit of luck—I do not put an awful lot of money on it—this Bill will never reach the statute book. It is a very bad Bill that creates an appalling precedent. I will not take too many lessons from the noble Lord, Lord Foulkes, on talking at inordinate length, making the same...

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Motion ( 4 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Has the EU not made it absolutely clear that it is impossible to reopen the agreement?

Employment: Automation - Question ( 1 Ebr 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, can my noble friend tell us what happened to all the women who were employed as secretaries and personal assistants when the introduction of the word processor made them all redundant?


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