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House of Lords

Thursday 25 February 2016 Meeting started at 11.06am, ended 6.49pm

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  • Oral question 1: How many tax treaties with developing countries are currently under negotiation, and what principles underpin the UK approach?

    Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (Labour)

  • Oral question 2: Whether the Government will specify that steel should be British when it is required for a government contract

    Lord Hoyle (Labour)

  • Oral question 3: Specialist skills recruited into the armed forces as a result of the Future Force 2020 programme

    Lord Touhig (Labour)

  • Oral question 4: Boycotts of goods and services from the Israeli settlements in the West Bank

    Baroness Tonge (Independent Liberal Democrat)

  • Business of the House

  • Legislation : Trade Union Bill - Committee stage (day 4) - Committee of the Whole House

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • Urgent Question: EU Solidarity Fund: Flooding

  • Short debate: Removing international students from the net migration figures by including them as non-immigrant admissions

    Baroness Sharp of Guildford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:06:29

    Oral question 1: How many tax treaties with developing countries are currently under negotiation, and what principles underpin the UK approach?

  • 11:06:43

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:07:06

    Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (Labour)

  • 11:07:50

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:08:56

    Lord Wallace of Saltaire (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:09:34

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:10:19

    Lord Collins of Highbury (Labour)

  • 11:10:58

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:11:55

    Lord Judd (Labour)

  • 11:12:36

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:13:20

    Lord Foulkes of Cumnock (Labour)

  • 11:13:55

    Lord Ashton of Hyde (Conservative)

  • 11:14:33

    Oral question 2: Whether the Government will specify that steel should be British when it is required for a government contract

  • 11:14:39

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:15:02

    Lord Hoyle (Labour)

  • 11:15:27

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:15:52

    Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Conservative)

  • 11:16:09

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:16:43

    Lord Morris of Aberavon (Labour)

  • 11:17:06

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:17:47

    Lord Razzall (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:18:20

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:18:50

    Lord Stevenson of Balmacara (Labour)

  • 11:19:15

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:19:44

    Lord Lawson of Blaby (Conservative)

  • 11:20:13

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:20:35

    Lord Watts (Labour)

  • 11:20:47

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:21:50

    Oral question 3: Specialist skills recruited into the armed forces as a result of the Future Force 2020 programme

  • 11:22:12

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:22:32

    Lord Touhig (Labour)

  • 11:23:26

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:24:16

    Lord Dannatt (Crossbench)

  • 11:24:55

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:25:54

    Lord Reid of Cardowan (Labour)

  • 11:26:27

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:26:56

    Earl Attlee (Conservative)

  • 11:27:10

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:27:57

    Baroness Jolly (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:28:11

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:28:30

    Lord Boyce (Crossbench)

  • 11:29:09

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:30:02

    Lord Harrison (Labour)

  • 11:30:24

    Earl Howe (Conservative)

  • 11:30:37

    Oral question 4: Boycotts of goods and services from the Israeli settlements in the West Bank

  • 11:30:50

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:31:08

    Baroness Tonge (Independent Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:31:50

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:32:11

    Lord Grocott (Labour)

  • 11:32:52

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:33:14

    Lord Palmer of Childs Hill (Liberal Democrat)

  • 11:33:38

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:33:57

    Lord Hamilton of Epsom (Conservative)

  • 11:34:23

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:34:29

    Lord Wright of Richmond (Crossbench)

  • 11:35:01

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:35:13

    Baroness Corston (Labour)

  • 11:35:51

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:36:08

    Baroness Eaton (Conservative)

  • 11:36:44

    Lord Bridges of Headley (Conservative)

  • 11:37:14

    Business of the House

  • 11:41:05

    Lord Foulkes of Cumnock (Labour)

  • 11:42:02

    Lord Cormack (Conservative)

  • 11:42:44

    Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (Labour)

  • 11:45:56

    Lord Campbell-Savours (Labour)

  • 11:52:26

    Legislation : Trade Union Bill - Committee stage (day 4) - Committee of the Whole House

  • 11:52:45

    Baroness Wheeler (Labour)

  • 12:11:00

    Lord Balfe (Conservative)

  • 12:24:41

    Lord Kerslake (Crossbench)

  • 12:31:24

    Baroness Burt of Solihull (Liberal Democrat)

  • 12:37:39

    Lord Lea of Crondall (Labour)

  • 12:57:30

    Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Conservative)

  • 13:04:36

    Lord Beecham (Labour)

  • 13:12:08

    Lord Cormack (Conservative)

  • 13:16:17

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 13:22:34

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 13:29:00

    Lord Monks (Labour)

  • 13:30:43

    Lord Campbell-Savours (Labour)

  • 13:31:41

    Lord Sawyer (Labour)

  • 13:34:56

    Lord Leigh of Hurley (Conservative)

  • 13:39:46

    Lord Judd (Labour)

  • 13:40:47

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

  • 14:03:02

    Baroness Wheeler (Labour)

  • 14:08:00

    Urgent Question: EU Solidarity Fund: Flooding

  • 14:08:04

    Baroness Williams of Trafford (Conservative)

  • 14:23:29

    Short debate: Removing international students from the net migration figures by including them as non-immigrant admissions

  • 14:23:33

    Baroness Sharp of Guildford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 14:33:11

    Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts (Conservative)

  • 14:36:16

    Baroness Bakewell (Labour)

  • 14:39:14

    Lord Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrat)

  • 14:42:21

    Baroness Brown of Cambridge (Crossbench)

  • 14:46:18

    Lord Bilimoria (Crossbench)

  • 14:51:08

    Lord Holmes of Richmond (Conservative)

  • 14:54:20

    Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench)

  • 14:57:24

    Lord Kennedy of Southwark (Labour)

  • 15:00:36

    Lord Bates (Conservative)

  • 15:15:22

    Legislation : Trade Union Bill - Committee stage (day 4) - Committee of the Whole House

  • 15:15:28

    Baroness Prosser (Labour)

  • 15:22:24

    Lord Young of Norwood Green (Labour)

  • 15:29:43

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 15:32:31

    Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe (Labour)

  • 15:37:33

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:39:56

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 15:48:44

    Earl of Courtown (Conservative)

  • 15:57:13

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 16:17:12

    Lord Flight (Conservative)

  • 16:27:07

    Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve (Crossbench)

  • 16:29:10

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 16:37:26

    Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat)

  • 16:45:58

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 16:51:47

    Lord Ouseley (Crossbench)

  • 16:53:51

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 17:09:56

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 17:19:54

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 17:25:20

    Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:27:05

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 17:30:50

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 17:36:32

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 17:38:08

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:42:45

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 17:45:47

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 17:49:22

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:50:11

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 17:53:10

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 17:54:52

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 17:58:34

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 17:59:55

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 18:03:01

    Lord Stoneham of Droxford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 18:05:24

    Lord Dykes (Non-affiliated)

  • 18:09:13

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 18:13:45

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 18:15:15

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)

  • 18:19:27

    Lord Balfe (Conservative)

  • 18:25:44

    Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat)

  • 18:30:15

    Lord Mendelsohn (Labour)

  • 18:35:45

    Baroness Neville-Rolfe (Conservative)

  • 18:43:01

    Baroness Donaghy (Labour)