Canlyniadau 81–100 o 7613 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Robathan

BBC: Government Role in Impartiality - Commons Urgent Question (15 Maw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, does the House not remember those halcyon days of the Blair premiership when not only was Gavyn Davies, a Labour donor, made chairman of the BBC but Greg Dyke, another Labour donor, was made director-general of the BBC? I do not remember everybody talking about impartiality then. Can my noble friend the Minister not only remember that but answer me this: does he think that £1.35...

Illegal Migration Bill - Statement ( 8 Maw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My noble friend the Minister is an experienced lawyer, and we have heard a lot about how this may or may not be in contravention of international law. I am not an experienced lawyer, but perhaps he could help me out. A lot of the critics are saying that we should let all these people in and then determine things and possibly reward them with British citizenship. Does he think that, if we let...

Illegal Migration Bill - Statement ( 8 Maw 2023)

Lord Robathan: It won us the referendum.

Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill - Second Reading ( 3 Maw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, I apologise to Members present because I should have declared an interest at the beginning, although admittedly it is over half a century out of date. When I was at school, I did a bit of waiting, though not much, and I remember the joy that I had when someone left a £5 note—which was worth something in those days—on the table. My children, who are in their early 20s, have done...

Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill - Second Reading ( 3 Maw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, this is a Bill entirely about fairness. Indeed, a Member of the other House said to me only this morning, “What is there not to like?”. It was started in the other place by my honourable friend the Member for Watford, Dean Russell, and then continued—for reasons which I will not bore you with—by my honourable friend the Member for Ynys Môn, Virginia Crosbie. What the Bill...

Scotland: Bottle Deposit Return Scheme - Private Notice Question (27 Chw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, I went litter-picking at the weekend and I am much encouraged by what the noble Lord, Lord Foulkes, said. Do I understand that, if I were to fill a lorry with all the empty bottles scattered around the lanes of Leicestershire, I could go up to Scotland and make a great deal of money? This is most encouraging as far as I am concerned. I should say that I raised the issue of bottle...

Restoration and Renewal Programme Board - Membership Motion (22 Chw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, I am not looking to join the noble Lord, Lord Foulkes, in his garden shed across the way, but there is a very real issue of accountability. We are already talking about millions and millions of pounds. Nobody is quite clear how this has happened. I am delighted that we have a new commission. Who is making the decisions and when will they be made accountable to Parliament for this...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Birds: Conservation (13 Chw 2023)

Lord Robathan: To ask His Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Benyon on 9 January (HL4498), what consideration they have given to including swift bricks as a biodiversity net gain in the schedule of the Environment Act 2021.

Written Answers — The Senior Deputy Speaker: Palace of Westminster: Repairs and Maintenance (13 Chw 2023)

Lord Robathan: To ask the Senior Deputy Speaker, further to the Written Answer by Lord Gardiner of Kimble on 30 January (HL4799), what training is given to the traffic marshals; how long is the duration of the training; what qualifications they are required to possess; and what legal authority they have to direct and stop traffic.

Soft Power - Question ( 9 Chw 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, the world has changed rather dramatically in the two years since the publication of this review. I know that the Minister is not directly responsible, but could he go back and ask the Foreign Secretary to lobby for an immediate review of the review, because we must spend more on defence? Funnily enough, I think that is what President Zelensky said yesterday, and everybody said,...

Integrated Review: Update - Question (31 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, will my noble friend go back to the department and tell our right honourable friends the Secretary of State and the Minister for the Armed Forces that it is very welcome that they have expressed the views they have in the last couple of days, realising what a sad state the Army is in. I hate agreeing with the Labour side, but we do know that a great deal more money needs to be spent...

Written Answers — The Senior Deputy Speaker: Palace of Westminster: Repairs and Maintenance (30 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: To ask the Senior Deputy Speaker what is the cost of the traffic controllers stationed on the road between Black Rod's Entrance and New Palace Yard during the current building works; how long will those staff be employed; and what evidence there is for the need for those controllers, illustrated by (1) vehicle, or (2) pedestrian, casualties over the last 10 years.

Armed Forces: Resilience - Motion to Take Note (26 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, first, I thank everyone who participated in the debate, and pay tribute to my noble friend Lord Hintze, formerly of the Royal Australian Army, and the noble and gallant Lord, Lord Peach, formerly of the Royal Air Force, for their excellent maiden speeches. I said at the beginning of the debate that I would not bang on for too long because I knew there was much more expertise than I...

Armed Forces: Resilience - Motion to Take Note (26 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, I am delighted to have secured this debate. I think it is a fairly timely debate. We look forward to hearing the maiden speeches of my noble friend Lord Hintze and the noble and gallant Lord, Lord Peach, with whom I worked in the Ministry of Defence—now I regret saying it—nearly a decade ago. They will know that it is the convention of maiden speeches to be not controversial. I...

International Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note (19 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: My Lords, we have heard some very impressive speeches. This will not be one, but in my brief contribution I will make three swift points. First, I pay tribute to Karen Pollock and the Holocaust Educational Trust, which took me to Auschwitz some 17 years ago. It was not trivialised, I can tell you. I knew a lot about the Holocaust. I had read Five Chimneys. Because of my age, I was brought up...

United Kingdom: Future Pandemics - Question (16 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: Will the Minister reassure the British people that, when the report of the noble and learned Baroness, Lady Hallett, and her excellent commission is finally published, they will have looked carefully at the efficiency and effectiveness of lockdowns and other restrictions that came into place after March 2020? At the moment, they do not appear to be looking at this, but the British people...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Birds: Conservation ( 9 Ion 2023)

Lord Robathan: To ask His Majesty's Government what plans they have to either (1) encourage, or (2) mandate, the installation of “swift bricks” in new build or refurbished buildings, to assist conservation by providing nesting cavities for swifts and other birds.

Military Personnel: Strike Action Cover - Question (19 Rha 2022)

Lord Robathan: To ask His Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the deployment of military personnel over Christmas to replace Border Force staff, ambulance drivers, and other public sector workers taking industrial action; and what plans they have to give those military personnel additional pay.


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