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House of Lords

Thursday 7 July 2016 Meeting started at 11.05am, ended 6.07pm

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  • Oral question 1: Government review of motoring offences and penalties

    Lord Berkeley (Labour)

  • Oral question 2: Terrestrial television broadcast of the 2016 Paralympic Games

    Lord Addington (Liberal Democrat)

  • Oral question 3: Increase in the maximum penalty imposed by magistrates

    Baroness Seccombe (Conservative)

  • Oral question 4: Effect of the referendum on participation of UK universities in Horizon 2020 research collaborations and the Erasmus Programme

    Baroness Sharp of Guildford (Liberal Democrat)

  • Business of the House

  • Debate: Global opportunities for trade and of the case for a comprehensive strategy to encourage Britain’s businesses internationally

    Baroness Mobarik (Conservative)

  • Short debate: Case for holding a second referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU

    Baroness King of Bow (Labour)

  • Debate: Role agriculture and horticulture play in Britain’s rural economy and the advances science can play in the development of the sector

    Lord De Mauley (Conservative)

  • Short debate: Working with other nations to address the large movements of refugees and migrants

    Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:05:45

    Oral question 1: Government review of motoring offences and penalties

  • 11:05:50

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:06:10

    Lord Berkeley (Labour)

  • 11:06:59

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:07:23

    Baroness Barker (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:07:37

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:08:18

    Lord Beecham (Labour)

  • 11:08:30

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:08:50

    Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (Green Party)

  • 11:09:12

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:09:25

    Lord Robathan (Conservative)

  • 11:09:42

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:10:07

    Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Conservative)

  • 11:10:30

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:10:49

    Baroness Randerson (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:11:22

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:11:39

    Lord Whitty (Labour)

  • 11:12:08

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:12:29

    Countess of Mar (Crossbench)

  • 11:12:47

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:12:56

    Lord Hamilton of Epsom (Conservative)

  • 11:13:02

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:13:39

    Oral question 2: Terrestrial television broadcast of the 2016 Paralympic Games

  • 11:13:40

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:14:12

    Lord Addington (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:14:36

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:15:16

    Lord Holmes of Richmond (Conservative)

  • 11:15:36

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:16:18

    Lord Grocott (Labour)

  • 11:16:59

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:17:54

    Lord Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:18:11

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:18:27

    Baroness Masham of Ilton (Crossbench)

  • 11:18:46

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:19:09

    Baroness Jowell (Labour)

  • 11:19:53

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:20:13

    Lord Patel of Bradford (Labour)

  • 11:20:50

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 11:21:08

    Oral question 3: Increase in the maximum penalty imposed by magistrates

  • 11:21:12

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:21:40

    Baroness Seccombe (Conservative)

  • 11:22:36

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:23:23

    Lord Beecham (Labour)

  • 11:23:51

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:24:38

    Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:25:06

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:25:50

    Baroness Berridge (Conservative)

  • 11:26:29

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:27:04

    Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall (Labour)

  • 11:27:43

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:28:10

    Lord Smith of Hindhead (Conservative)

  • 11:28:56

    Lord Faulks, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Conservative)

  • 11:29:20

    Oral question 4: Effect of the referendum on participation of UK universities in Horizon 2020 research collaborations and the Erasmus Programme

  • 11:29:27

    Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Conservative)

  • 11:29:51

    Baroness Sharp of Guildford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:31:13

    Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Conservative)

  • 11:31:44

    Lord Stevenson of Balmacara (Labour)

  • 11:32:13

    Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Conservative)

  • 11:32:52

    Bishop of Ely (Bishops)

  • 11:34:08

    Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Conservative)

  • 11:34:58

    Baroness Coussins (Crossbench)

  • 11:35:33

    Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Conservative)

  • 11:35:57

    Business of the House

  • 11:38:04

    Debate: Global opportunities for trade and of the case for a comprehensive strategy to encourage Britain’s businesses internationally

  • 11:38:14

    Baroness Mobarik (Conservative)

  • 11:52:34

    Lord Bhattacharyya (Labour)

  • 12:03:15

    Lord Patten (Conservative)

  • 12:13:20

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 12:24:17

    Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint (Conservative)

  • 12:35:33

    Viscount Waverley (Crossbench)

  • 12:47:15

    Lord Selsdon (Conservative)

  • 12:58:00

    Viscount Bridgeman (Conservative)

  • 13:00:40

    Baroness Burt of Solihull (Liberal Democrat)

  • 13:09:39

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 13:20:33

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (Conservative)

  • 13:35:56

    Baroness Mobarik (Conservative)

  • 13:37:25

    Short debate: Case for holding a second referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU

  • 13:37:33

    Baroness King of Bow (Labour)

  • 13:47:54

    Earl of Caithness (Conservative)

  • 13:50:06

    Lord Lipsey (Labour)

  • 13:53:30

    Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted (Liberal Democrat)

  • 13:56:45

    Lord Livermore (Labour)

  • 13:59:32

    Lord Norton of Louth (Conservative)

  • 14:02:43

    Lord Hoyle (Labour)

  • 14:05:17

    Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood (Crossbench)

  • 14:08:05

    Lord Balfe (Conservative)

  • 14:11:29

    Lord Grocott (Labour)

  • 14:15:43

    Lord Low of Dalston (Crossbench)

  • 14:16:56

    Lord Robathan (Conservative)

  • 14:18:36

    Baroness Smith of Newnham (Liberal Democrat)

  • 14:21:45

    Lord Collins of Highbury (Labour)

  • 14:24:34

    Baroness Anelay of St Johns, Minister of State (Conservative)

  • 14:35:58

    Debate: Role agriculture and horticulture play in Britain’s rural economy and the advances science can play in the development of the sector

  • 14:36:08

    Lord De Mauley (Conservative)

  • 14:46:09

    Lord Clark of Windermere (Labour)

  • 14:56:49

    Lord Jopling (Conservative)

  • 15:08:03

    Duke of Somerset (Crossbench)

  • 15:18:43

    Baroness Byford (Conservative)

  • 15:28:27

    Earl of Caithness (Conservative)

  • 15:39:06

    Bishop of St Albans (Bishops)

  • 15:47:41

    Earl of Shrewsbury (Conservative)

  • 15:53:05

    Earl of Arran (Conservative)

  • 15:58:10

    Countess of Mar (Crossbench)

  • 16:09:37

    Baroness Redfern (Conservative)

  • 16:16:54

    Lord Swinfen (Conservative)

  • 16:24:41

    Baroness Parminter (Liberal Democrat)

  • 16:35:08

    Baroness Jones of Whitchurch (Labour)

  • 16:46:18

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble (Conservative)

  • 17:07:17

    Lord De Mauley (Conservative)

  • 17:08:29

    Short debate: Working with other nations to address the large movements of refugees and migrants

  • 17:08:47

    Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:20:10

    Lord Judd (Labour)

  • 17:30:06

    Baroness Sheehan (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:38:37

    Lord Collins of Highbury (Labour)

  • 17:49:00

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)