Canlyniadau 181–200 o 5054 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Lilley

Deprived Areas - Private Notice Question ( 1 Gor 2021)

Lord Lilley: Was my noble friend rather surprised that she had to get to page 94 of the summary before there was any mention of obesity as a cause of inequalities in health, given that it is one of the major things that both undermines health over time and has exacerbated susceptibility to mortality from Covid?

Social Care Reform - Commons Urgent Question (29 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: Does my noble friend agree that it would be better for the state to enable homeowners to insure against the potentially catastrophic risk of social care, rather than diverting billions of pounds desperately needed to pay for the care system for those unable to pay for themselves, instead using those funds to subsidise people, like most Members of your Lordships’ House, who want to pass on...

Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill [HL] - Second Reading (25 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Bird, on securing this debate, even though I am not keen on Bills that attempt to bind future Parliaments to adopt currently fashionable approaches. They are futile because, mercifully, we cannot bind future Parliaments—and nor should we, because future Parliaments should make policy in the light of the experience, evidence and values of the...

Social Care and the Role of Carers - Motion to Take Note (24 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, the first duty of the state in social care is financing its provision to those who cannot pay for themselves. Yet local authority budgets have been cut to the bone, despite rising costs and increasing numbers. This primary duty has been eclipsed politically by the natural fear of home owners and their heirs that potentially catastrophic costs of social care will consume the value of...

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Steps and Other Provisions) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (16 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, as the Prime Minister and the Health Secretary have said repeatedly, we ultimately will have to learn to live with Covid. This means accepting that a tiny proportion of those who are immune, either because they are young and healthy or because they are have been vaccinated, will none the less succumb to Covid in future, which will continue to circulate as the flu and other viruses...

Criminal Trials: Intercept Evidence - Question ( 9 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, when I was Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, something that I proposed had the unexpected effect, unknown to me, of affecting the way in which the security services carried out surveillance. I was therefore given a briefing on the different ways in which they did these things, some of which were well-known to me and the public but others were not. Surely it would be...

Clean Energy Transition Guidance - Question ( 8 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, if, as we are told, power from renewables is cheaper than power from fossil fuels, would this measure not be unnecessary, since no developing country would want to build fossil fuel power stations? If, however, that assertion about the cheapness of renewables is a fib, and our policy is to reduce the supply of cheap fossil fuel power and to force countries to rely on more expensive...

Environment Bill - Second Reading ( 7 Meh 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I begin by declaring my interest as the owner of a smallholding with a few sheep and poultry, albeit in France and outside the purview of this Bill. This Bill is profoundly conservative in two senses of the word. First, it is Conservative with a large “C”, because the Conservative Party is, and always has been, about conserving all that is best in our country that we have...

House of Lords: Remote Participation and Hybrid Sittings - Motion to Take Note (20 Mai 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I pay tribute to the staff and everyone who has made it possible for us to continue to meet, hold Government to account and consider legislation. Whatever the shortcomings of the technology, it is infinitely better than not being able to do anything at all. But what do we do? What is our function? As a Member of the other place, I used to invite my constituents, street by street, in...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (13 Mai 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate both maiden speakers, whose excellent speeches showed what valuable contributions they will make to our deliberations, and it is a privilege to follow the very thoughtful remarks of my noble friend Lord Dunlop. I want to discuss the Northern Ireland protocol. It was negotiated in haste in the 100 days between Boris Johnson becoming PM and the EU’s deadline for the...

Northern Ireland: Citizens’ Rights - Question (28 Ebr 2021)

Lord Lilley: Given that the anomalous position of Northern Ireland, spelt out by the noble Baroness, Lady Hoey, is justified by the need to uphold the integrity of the European single market, can my noble friend explain why it is necessary to have barriers to goods coming from GB towards the European single market, to uphold its integrity, but no barriers are necessary to uphold the integrity of the...

Covid-19: Obesity - Question (21 Ebr 2021)

Lord Lilley: Does my noble friend agree that the determination of the opposition parties and much of the media to pin the blame for the high level of deaths in this country from Covid on the Government has obscured the fact that the major reason why we suffer from a high mortality rate, compared with other countries, is that we are fatter than other countries? Nearly two-thirds of adults in this country...

Direct Payments to Farmers (Reductions and Simplifications) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Approve (22 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, unlike all those who have spoken from home, I am old enough to have been vaccinated and feel relatively secure in this place, but it is comforting to know that many of them are so much younger than they look. As is usual with debates on agriculture, this debate has been dominated by those speaking for the landed interest—farmers, landowners and, to a limited degree,...

Forensic Science Regulator Bill - Second Reading (19 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I, too, thank the noble Lord, Lord Kennedy, for introducing this Bill, and I agree with virtually everything he had to say. I welcome the Bill not just for what it does, but as the first step in recognising that scientific claims should be subject to challenge and to audit. This is certainly true of forensic science. The courts need to be sure that scientific claims are well-founded...

Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 - Motion to Approve (18 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate the noble and learned Lord, Lord Etherton, on a quality maiden speech, which has whetted our appetites for his future contributions. It is a disgrace that the Government have consistently failed to give Parliament time to debate regulations such as these before they come into effect; it is a disgrace that Parliament has acquiesced in this; and it is a disgrace that...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Climate Change (10 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to publish the findings which informed the Environment Agency’s “reasonable worst case scenario for climate", referred to by the Agency's Chief Executive Sir James Bevan on 23 February.

Police and Crime Commissioner Elections (Welsh Forms) Order 2021 - Motion to Approve ( 4 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, we have just had a taste of eloquent things to come. It gives me great pleasure to welcome my noble friend Lord Hannan and to be the first to congratulate him on his maiden speech. He is well known to your Lordships as one of the intellectual architects of Euroscepticism. He won the respect of his opponents but, to the dismay of many, he does not fit their cherished caricature of...

Ynys Môn: Economy - Question ( 2 Maw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, does the difficulty of finding a company to build a large nuclear power station at Ynys Môn not highlight the lack of nuclear expertise in this country—the first country to actually use nuclear for civil purposes. The one area where we do still have it is building nuclear units for submarines. Perhaps I might add my voice to that of the noble Lord, Lord West of Spithead, and ask...

Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill - Committee (and remaining stages): Amendment 1 (25 Chw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, it is a great pleasure and privilege to follow the noble Baroness, Lady Hoey, whose constituent I used to be when I lived in Vauxhall. As three previous speakers mentioned their Tottenham connection, I should mention that, rather than fight the noble Baroness, Lady Hoey, I stood as the candidate in Tottenham. I fought Tottenham, and Tottenham fought back. If I may, I will rattle...

UK Shellfish Exports - Commons Urgent Question ( 9 Chw 2021)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, is not this and other measures taken recently by the EU to punish the UK for leaving its jurisdiction a flagrant abuse not only of the EU’s own laws but of several international laws such as the WTO SPS agreement, which states that WTO members “shall accept the sanitary or phytosanitary measures of other Members as equivalent, even if these measures differ from their own”—...


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