Canlyniadau 101–120 o 2231 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Hamilton of Epsom

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 39 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I am a bit perplexed by all this. The Government have decided to include lobsters and octopi—I prefer those terms because I understand them—but to exclude fish and, if they do not accept the amendment of the noble Lord, Lord Trees, the minute creatures that they produce. It seems to me that we are on a slippery slope here: the sentience committee could come to the conclusion one...

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 46 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I support my noble friend Lord Robathan. In anybody’s language, this is an extremely controversial Bill—that has come from a number of extremely distinguished Members of your Lordships’ House. The most appalling collateral damage could be caused by the Bill which no one has anticipated. That is the problem. When you have such Bills with a mind of their own and committees that can roar...

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 46 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Before my noble friend sits down, does she not feel that a sunset clause might in fact be to the great benefit of the Government, because they would not need to have the dramatic act of wrapping up the committee and the Act; it would merely come to its own conclusion? If, on the other hand—unlikely, in my opinion, but not impossible—the committee was doing extremely well, legislation...

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 23 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Before my noble friend sits down, does he think that Mrs Carrie Johnson has the expertise and rigour to be on the animal sentience committee?

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 3 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I have two questions for my noble friend before he sits down. Does he accept that the Animal Welfare Committee could have been put on a statutory basis and its remit expanded to take in animal sentience? Secondly, if there were a change in Government after the next election, could a Labour Secretary of State put totally new people on the sentience committee?

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 2 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Would the attempt at judicial review not be more likely to be successful if there had been a report from the animal sentience committee saying that there was something illegal about ritual slaughter?

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report (Continued): Amendment 2 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Can I just add to my noble friend Lord Strathclyde’s remarks? The Government certainly have the capacity to create this committee, but why are they bothering to create a new one? I raised this in Committee and was told, “Oh no; the Animal Welfare Committee and the animal sentience committee are doing two totally different things.” If you took that outside and asked people in the street,...

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 1 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Before my noble friend sits down, could he answer the remark of the noble Lord, Lord Trees, that this is Article 13 with bells on? Why is so much added into this legislation, which goes way beyond Article 13?

Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [HL] - Report: Amendment 1 ( 6 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I echo my noble friend Lord Robathan’s remarks. I think this a perfectly terrible Bill, and I would like to speak to Amendment 1. The noble Lord, Lord Trees, made the point that this Bill was Article 13 of the EU with bells on. He knows a lot more about this sort of legislation than I do. I hope that the Minister, when he comes to speak to this amendment, will explain why this...

Adult Social Care - Statement ( 2 Rha 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, following on from my noble friend Lord Lilley’s remark, what percentage of people in need of care will be covered by the £86,000 cap?

Windrush Compensation Scheme - Private Notice Question (24 Tach 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I associate myself with the remarks of my noble friend Lord Dobbs. I ask my noble friend the Minister: what is happening about those who have been deported to the West Indies?

Ofcom: Appointment of Chair - Question (24 Tach 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, unlike the noble Baroness, Lady Bonham-Carter, I think that Paul Dacre would have been an excellent candidate to run Ofcom. When he stood down and withdrew his name, he said that the blob was in charge of the selection process and that it would never have shortlisted him for consideration by Ministers. Was he right?

Terrorist Incident at Liverpool Women’s Hospital - Commons Urgent Question (17 Tach 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My noble friend has said that asylum seekers look for additional reasons as to why they should not be removed from this country. Do those reasons include conversion to Christianity?

House of Lords Commissioners for Standards - Motion to Approve (26 Mai 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I also welcome the noble and learned Lord, Lord Mance, being in the House today. I have two questions for him to do with Valuing Everyone. I apologise, because I know that the Motion he moved has nothing to do with that, but there are very rare occasions when we can question him and his committee on what they are doing. When I last spoke on this issue, the Valuing Everyone course...

BBC: Dyson Report - Commons Urgent Question (25 Mai 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: The BBC operates under a royal charter; does it not therefore have an obligation not to broadcast interviews with Diana, Princess of Wales, that can only undermine our monarchy? Secondly, Martin Bashir was found by the Dyson report to have actually been implicit in forging bank statements. Is this not criminal activity, and should he not face charges for this, as indeed should anybody further...

Conduct Committee: 11th Report - Motion to Agree (29 Ebr 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I congratulate my noble friend Lord Cormack because he was not asleep at the switch, as I was when this order was put in front of the House. Of course, we were not given an awful lot of notice; I gather the order was published on a Wednesday and placed before the House the following day. When I attended this course, I was asked whether I would like to be referred to by my Christian name,...

Conduct Committee: 11th Report - Motion to Agree (29 Ebr 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Indeed, people on this course called people “girls”. We cannot say to a woman, “Gosh, that’s a nice new hairdo you’ve got”, or, “I really like the dress you are wearing”, because that is inappropriate as well. This course is a complete expensive farce and we should never have embarked on it in the first place. I hope the noble and learned Lord, Lord Mance, will abandon this...

Post Brexit: Economic and Political Opportunities - Question (25 Maw 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Can my noble friend enlighten the House on the progress he is making with the export of shellfish from the UK to the EU? Does he accept that the EU has acted in bad faith in its strict adherence to the rules? Is he contemplating that we might retaliate in kind?

Integrated Review - Statement (17 Maw 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I congratulate the Government on an integrated review that brings together all the assets that this country has and uses them to give us a direction of where we should be going in the future. But does my noble friend not share my concern that, at the same time as increasing the defence budget, we are actually reducing the number of servicemen? This might have been something of an...

Covid-19: Vaccination Programme - Question (24 Chw 2021)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My right honourable friend the Prime Minister said in his Statement that decisions would be led by data, not dates. In the same Statement, he said that step 2 would be no earlier than 12 April, step 3 no earlier than 17 May and step 4 no earlier than 21 June. This morning, the Daily Telegraph reported that the 21 June date may be brought forward if the data continues to show that...


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