Canlyniadau 121–140 o 5054 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Lilley

Economy: The Growth Plan 2022 - Motion to Take Note (10 Hyd 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Durham; I will take his biblical injunctions to heart. I hope that he will take to heart my observation that there is no free market economist who believes in anything called “trickle-down economics”; that is a fantasy of his imagination. My noble friend Lord Lamont reminded me that I should perhaps begin with a...

Rwanda Asylum Partnership: Removal of Unaccompanied Children - Question for Short Debate (21 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Lister, on securing this debate and on highlighting the intractable problem of how we cope with people whose age we cannot be certain about. We can all agree that we should open our arms to children who arrive in a safe country alone, unaccompanied because their parents or guardian may have been killed or died en route, while they were fleeing...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Nurses: Migrant Workers (18 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many nurses joined the Nursing and Midwife Council Register from countries graded by the World Health Organisation as having fewer nurses than the global median in the most recent year for which figures are available

Shortage of Workers - Question ( 6 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, does the Minister accept that a general shortage of labour is a symptom of excess demand? You cannot assuage that by importing labour from abroad for the simple reason that workers not only produce but consume goods and services. The extra demand they create exactly equals the extra demand they assuage.

Shortage of Workers - Question ( 6 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: That is why, when Tony Blair justified opening our boundaries to free labour from eastern Europe because there were 1 million vacancies, 3 million more people entered but there were still 1 million vacancies.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Nurses: Training ( 5 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many applications for nursing courses were (1) received, (2) accepted, and (3) refused, places in (a) 2019, (b) 2020, and (c) 2021, at universities in England.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Nurses: Migrant Workers ( 5 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many nurses were recruited from overseas in (1) 2019, (2) 2020, (3) 2021, and (4) in the last 12 months for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Nurses: Training ( 5 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether universities in England face any financial or other restrictions on the number of nurses they may accept for training; and if so, what are the restrictions.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services and Social Services: Discrimination ( 4 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they plan to use the Everyday Discrimination Scale as recommended in the Review of Health and Social Care Leadership published on 8 June; and if so, what evidence they have that it provides useful objective evidence.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Nurses: Migrant Workers ( 4 Gor 2022)

Lord Lilley: To ask Her Majesty's Government how much was spent recruiting nurses from overseas on accommodation, flights, quarantine and administration, excluding salaries, in the most recent year for which figures are available

Crime, Reoffending and Rehabilitation - Motion to Take Note (30 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate my noble friend Lord Farmer on securing this debate and making a speech that I thought was one of the most important, courageous, thoughtful and worth re-reading of any speech that I have heard since I have been in this place. Indeed, all the speeches so far have been important contributions and well worth reconsidering. The noble Baroness, Lady Burt, with whom I do...

South Africa: Just Energy Transition Partnership - Question (30 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, my pre-parliamentary career was working in developing countries on aid and development programmes and my African friends have driven home to me that the precondition of economic growth in Africa is not aid or trade, welcome as they are—and, still less, patronising advice from the West—but cheap and reliable electricity. Again and again they say that. If they have the opportunity...

EU Retained Law - Statement (23 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I recall that when I went to Brussels as a Treasury Minister or as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, my brief to discuss forthcoming legislation and regulations invariably said, “Minister, we don’t really want this, but we can’t stop it. Could you try to seek at least one or two of the following half dozen amendments to it?” If we did achieve one or two, that was...

New Homes Commitment - Question (21 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: Can my noble friend confirm that an unbelievable 1 million people were given the right to come and settle in this country last year? Even if we assume that 300,000 return or emigrate, can he confirm that the remainder—even if they occupy houses at twice the density of the indigenous population—will use up half of the houses we build every year?

Nursing: Staffing - Question for Short Debate (16 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Tyler, on this debate and agree with a great deal of what she had to say by way of introduction. This report gives serious grounds for concern. Clearly, Covid has played a major part in the pressures that nurses feel, and they deserve our sympathy as well as our gratitude. I agree with many of the suggestions of a comparatively straightforward...

Global Energy Sector - Question for Short Debate (15 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, noble Lords may recall the debate we had in February 2020 on Absolute Zero, the report produced by the Cambridge University engineering department and other universities in this country. It had almost the universal approval of this House. The central thesis of that report was that we cannot rely on “new or breakthrough technologies … they won’t be operating at scale within...

Health and Social Care Leadership Review - Statement ( 9 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, I would congratulate the Secretary of State Sajid Javid on presenting this report if it called for fewer full-time equality, diversity and inclusion officers and devoting resources, intention and focus to patients. Sadly, on reading the report, it does not; quite the reverse. It is totally obsessed with EDI. EDI is mentioned three times as frequently as patients. There is no mention...

Retrofitting Buildings: National Strategy - Question ( 9 Meh 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, has my noble friend reviewed the pilot study carried out by the chief scientific adviser to the DCLG in 2019 on retrofitting a sample of social houses? It found that the average cost of doing this was £85,000 per house, but the reduction in emissions was only 60%. If scaled up nationally and if we take the heroic assumption that costs will be reduced by a factor of three, it would...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 Mai 2022)

Lord Lilley: My Lords, on the “Today” programme on Radio 4 on Friday the Irish Foreign Minister, Simon Coveney, asserted that “the EU cannot and will not renegotiate the Northern Ireland protocol”. In fact the EU can, should and must renegotiate it. It can renegotiate because any treaty can be renegotiated, and many are. It should renegotiate it because the sole justification of the protocol was...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 Mai 2022)

Lord Lilley: The transitory nature of both protocols arises from Article 50, which the noble Lord himself wrote—and if he wishes to repudiate that and say that Article 50 does not mean what the European Union says that it means, that would be an interesting thing to do. If the European Union were now to change its view and say, “We were conning you and having you on when we said that we couldn’t...


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