Canlyniadau 161–180 o 2231 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Hamilton of Epsom

Net Zero Carbon Emissions - Question (29 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, will much of the cost of net zero emissions by 2050 be transferred on to energy prices? If that is the case, will that not make us increasingly uncompetitive in the world and wipe out what remains of our heavy industries?

Brexit: Preparations - Statement (21 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Will my noble friend spell out to us exactly what is in the gift of the other place or your Lordships’ House in terms of amending this legislation? Surely, we are talking about an international treaty that has been agreed with the EU. What happens if we make substantial amendments to it? Are we expected to go back to the EU and say that the agreement we have already made has to be amended?...

Brexit - Statement (21 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, if the Bill gets a Second Reading tomorrow, will that count as a meaningful vote?

Frequent Flyer Airmiles Schemes - Question (21 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, surely a customer loyalty scheme is what it says on the tin: it is trying to persuade people to fly with one airline rather than another. There is no evidence that if you discriminate against these schemes, people will fly less; they will just choose between one airline and another.

Falkland Islands: Landmines - Question ( 8 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Does my noble friend agree that there is a great danger of conflating this issue with the very valuable work done by Diana, Princess of Wales, who was mindful that the landmines she was trying to clear were in areas of high population? This does not apply to the Falklands, where all the anti-personnel mines are fenced off. There is a minimal population there and people avoid going near the...

Brexit - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I am glad to have listened to the noble Lord, Lord Judd, and I thought for one brief moment that I was going to actually agree with him on something, because he said he had growing reservations about our unwritten constitution—but then that took him off to saying there should be a second referendum. I do not quite follow that one. I will talk about the judgment of the Supreme...

Brexit - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: Because I do not know what went on in the previous discussions of the Supreme Court; I was not there. All I am saying is that it is very strange that the conclusion the court came to was completely unanimous. This is very odd.

Brexit - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: The noble and learned Lord, Lord Goldsmith, is putting words in my mouth. I did not say anything improper. I just said that, considering the judiciary is completely divided on this issue, it was remarkable that all 11 members of the Supreme Court reached the same conclusion. The issue at heart was whether the business of proroguing Parliament was judiciary. The previous court had said it was...

Brexit - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: No. I have given way to so many people, and we are always being told that we cannot go beyond six minutes. As everybody will know, the judgment of the Supreme Court alluded to the fact that a number of judgments had been made that had political connotations. This is a step much further: the Supreme Court making a political decision. What has the judgment that we could not prorogue...

Brexit - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Hyd 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: No, I am not going to give way any more. I have given way endless times, and it does not seem to be taken into account when I am gone after. That is what will happen. They will be asked about all these things, and we will move over to an American system whereby when there is a Conservative Administration a lot of conservative judges will be appointed, and when there is a Labour Administration...

Metropolitan Police Report by Sir Richard Henriques - Private Notice Question (30 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, does my noble friend share my concerns about the police investigating crimes against people who are dead and incapable of defending themselves in court?

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019 - Statement (26 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, is this not rather difficult for my noble friend because he has been asked to comment on an Act of Parliament which was originally a Private Members’ Bill? Should not the noble and learned Lord, Lord Goldsmith, ask the noble Lord, Lord Rooker, what the real meaning of this Act of Parliament is, because he drafted it?

Nuclear Power Stations - Question ( 9 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, taking up the point made by the noble Baroness, Lady Meacher, on banishing CO2 altogether, surely we will have to stop breathing out.

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 6) Bill - Report: Amendment 1 ( 6 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I support my noble friend Lord Forsyth. I am rather surprised at my noble friend Lord Cormack, because he has always been a great champion of the revising powers of this Chamber. When a Bill comes before us containing a clause that is clearly a complete mistake and which the proposers did not intend to be there, surely it is our job to send it back to the Commons, which has already...

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 6) Bill - Report: Amendment 1 ( 6 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I have the inside knowledge that the Labour Party wanted to abstain on this and that there was no way that the amendment would have been carried had tellers been put through by the Bill’s proposers.

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion (2E) ( 4 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: It is a very strange phenomenon that the noble Lord, Lord Foulkes, has not said anything. It suggests that perhaps he has been muzzled by his Front Bench who have leaned on him in such a way that he feels he cannot contribute, which is very unusual because we enjoy his contributions.

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders: Amendment to the Motion (2C) ( 4 Med 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: I am grateful to my noble friend for giving way. Will he not admit that one thing the former Chancellor was guilty of was not funding no deal, and so completely undermining our negotiating position with the EU?

Lotteries: Good Causes - Question (18 Gor 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: As we are discussing good causes, perhaps we could return to the noble Baroness, Lady Hayter. We bitterly regret her removal from the Front Bench. She and I have had great disagreements over Europe, but we very much regret the fact that she will no longer represent her party on this issue.

Smart Meters - Question ( 8 Gor 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, my noble friend has commented on the value of markets. Will he tell us about the success of capping energy prices? I gather that most customers are now paying the higher tariff and prices have gone up, rather than down.

Affordable Housing - Question ( 3 Gor 2019)

Lord Hamilton of Epsom: My Lords, I refer to my interests in the register. The Ministry of Defence is one of the main landowners in this country, and some of its land gets sold off for development. If it is sold below market price, the Ministry of Defence is effectively subsidising low-cost housing across the country. Is it right for that to happen?


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