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House of Lords

Wednesday 28 June 2017 Meeting started at 3.09pm, ended 11.28pm

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  • Swearing in

  • Oral question 1: Measures to combat terrorist and extremist propaganda released through multimedia channels

    Lord Naseby (Conservative)

  • Oral question 2: Report by Sir Stephen Sedley: 'Missing evidence: an inquiry into the delayed publication of government-commissioned research'

    Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve (Crossbench)

  • Oral question 3: Introduction of the government's industrial strategy

    Lord Haskel (Labour)

  • Oral question 4: Discussions with farmers and growers on access to foreign workers and reintroducing the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme

    Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Conservative)

  • Business of the House

  • Debate on the Address: Exiting the European Union

  • Motion: To move, as an amendment to the motion that a Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, at end to insert “but call upon Her Majesty’s Government to suspend, for the time being, the negotiations for leaving the European Union; and, to that end, to withdraw, for the time being, the notification of intention to leave the European Union in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, conveyed in the Prime Minister’s letter of 29 March.”

    Lord Armstrong of Ilminster (Crossbench)

  • Motion: To move, as an amendment to the motion that a Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, at end to insert “but, recognising that no deal is the worst possible deal, call upon Her Majesty’s Government to seek to negotiate a Brexit that prioritises jobs and the economy; delivers the exact same benefits as the United Kingdom currently has as a member of the single market and customs union; ensures that there is no weakening of co-operation in security and policing; and maintains the existing rights of European Union nationals living in the United Kingdom and United Kingdom nationals living in the European Union.”

    Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town (Labour)

  • Motion: To move, as an amendment to the motion that a Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, at end to insert “but regret that it contains no proposal for Her Majesty’s Government to seek to negotiate continued membership of the European Single Market and Customs Union.”

    Lord Adonis (Labour)

  • 15:05:10

    Swearing in

  • 15:05:36

    Lord Krebs (Crossbench)

  • 15:05:55

    Lord Rotherwick (Conservative)

  • 15:06:16

    Lord Wolfson of Aspley Guise (Conservative)

  • 15:06:39

    Lord Kestenbaum (Labour)

  • 15:06:58

    Lord Mandelson (Labour)

  • 15:07:27

    Baroness Hogg (Crossbench)

  • 15:07:49

    Lord Whitby (Conservative)

  • 15:08:15

    Lord Vinson (Conservative)

  • 15:08:48

    Oral question 1: Measures to combat terrorist and extremist propaganda released through multimedia channels

  • 15:08:57

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:09:20

    Lord Naseby (Conservative)

  • 15:10:20

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:11:25

    Lord Singh of Wimbledon (Crossbench)

  • 15:12:09

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:12:52

    Lord Paddick (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:13:20

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:14:04

    Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho (Crossbench)

  • 15:14:46

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:15:31

    Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (Green Party)

  • 15:15:48

    Baroness Williams of Trafford, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:16:09

    Oral question 2: Report by Sir Stephen Sedley: 'Missing evidence: an inquiry into the delayed publication of government-commissioned research'

  • 15:16:14

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:16:46

    Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve (Crossbench)

  • 15:17:31

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:18:10

    Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (Labour)

  • 15:18:50

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:19:21

    Lord McNally (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:20:02

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:20:28

    Lord Krebs (Crossbench)

  • 15:21:09

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:21:30

    Baroness Hollis of Heigham (Labour)

  • 15:22:10

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:22:41

    Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws (Labour)

  • 15:23:11

    Lord Young of Cookham (Conservative)

  • 15:23:21

    Oral question 3: Introduction of the government's industrial strategy

  • 15:23:28

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:23:39

    Lord Haskel (Labour)

  • 15:24:18

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:24:41

    Lord Fox (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:25:00

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:25:20

    Lord Lansley (Conservative)

  • 15:25:44

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:26:02

  • 15:26:36

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:27:05

    Baroness Jolly (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:27:17

    Lord Prior of Brampton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) (Conservative)

  • 15:27:26

    Oral question 4: Discussions with farmers and growers on access to foreign workers and reintroducing the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme

  • 15:27:35

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:28:04

    Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Conservative)

  • 15:29:00

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:29:58

    Lord Cunningham of Felling (Labour)

  • 15:30:31

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:31:21

    Baroness Parminter (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:31:47

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:32:21

    Lord Rooker (Labour)

  • 15:33:10

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:33:37

    Baroness Masham of Ilton (Crossbench)

  • 15:34:03

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:34:10

    Lord Teverson (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:34:35

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:35:02

    Baroness Berridge (Conservative)

  • 15:35:18

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:35:25

    Baroness Royall of Blaisdon (Labour)

  • 15:35:54

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:36:58

    Lord Roberts of Llandudno (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:37:18

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:37:46

    Lord Cormack (Conservative)

  • 15:38:00

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:38:30

    Baroness Jones of Whitchurch (Labour)

  • 15:39:10

    Lord Gardiner of Kimble, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)

  • 15:40:17

    Business of the House

  • 15:42:58

    Debate on the Address: Exiting the European Union

  • 15:43:03

    Baroness Anelay of St Johns, Minister of State (Department for Exiting the European Union) (Conservative)

  • 16:00:06

    Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town (Labour)

  • 16:13:09

    Lord Wallace of Saltaire (Liberal Democrat)

  • 16:22:40

    Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood (Crossbench)

  • 16:29:22

    The Lord Archbishop of York (Bishops)

  • 16:37:15

    Lord Hunt of Wirral (Conservative)

  • 16:42:21

    Lord Adonis (Labour)

  • 16:55:28

    Lord Smith of Clifton (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:01:14

    Lord Armstrong of Ilminster (Crossbench)

  • 17:07:03

    Lord Lamont of Lerwick (Conservative)

  • 17:13:12

    Lord Mandelson (Labour)

  • 17:20:06

    Lord Jopling (Conservative)

  • 17:25:30

    Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:31:10

    Lord Kerr of Kinlochard (Crossbench)

  • 17:41:30

    Baroness Hooper (Conservative)

  • 17:46:18

    Baroness Massey of Darwen (Labour)

  • 17:51:32

    Lord Wigley (Plaid Cymru)

  • 17:57:41

    Lord Robathan (Conservative)

  • 18:03:48

    Baroness Jay of Paddington (Labour)

  • 18:09:33

    Lord Campbell of Pittenweem (Liberal Democrat)

  • 18:15:22

    Lord Bird (Crossbench)

  • 18:21:10

    Lord Hamilton of Epsom (Conservative)

  • 18:26:18

    Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean (Labour)

  • 18:33:20

    Lord Cormack (Conservative)

  • 18:38:48

    Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top (Labour)

  • 18:44:58

    Lord Teverson (Liberal Democrat)

  • 18:51:42

    Lord Birt (Crossbench)

  • 18:57:01

    Baroness Byford (Conservative)

  • 19:02:27

    Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws (Labour)

  • 19:09:56

    Lord Owen (Independent Social Democrat)

  • 19:17:34

    Viscount Eccles (Conservative)

  • 19:21:18

    Lord Cashman (Labour)

  • 19:27:46

    Lord Taverne (Liberal Democrat)

  • 19:33:52

    Lord Trefgarne (Conservative)

  • 19:36:22

    Lord Triesman (Labour)

  • 19:44:24

    Baroness Deech (Crossbench)

  • 19:49:48

    Lord Howard of Rising (Conservative)

  • 19:54:35

    Baroness Crawley (Labour)

  • 20:01:06

    Viscount Waverley (Crossbench)

  • 20:07:13

    Baroness Finn (Conservative)

  • 20:11:49

    Lord Davies of Stamford (Labour)

  • 20:19:24

    Baroness Fall (Conservative)

  • 20:24:41

    Lord Desai (Labour)

  • 20:30:27

    Lord Dykes (Crossbench)

  • 20:36:44

    Lord Horam (Conservative)

  • 20:42:48

    Lord Lea of Crondall (Labour)

  • 20:50:29

    Lord Watson of Richmond (Liberal Democrat)

  • 20:57:33

    Lord Spicer (Conservative)

  • 21:02:51

    Lord Monks (Labour)

  • 21:08:37

    Lord Jay of Ewelme (Crossbench)

  • 21:13:40

    Viscount Trenchard (Conservative)

  • 21:19:10

    Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan (Labour)

  • 21:24:50

    Lord Tugendhat (Conservative)

  • 21:30:48

    Lord Soley (Labour)

  • 21:36:58

    Baroness O'Loan (Crossbench)

  • 21:43:40

    Lord Dobbs (Conservative)

  • 21:48:37

    Lord Berkeley (Labour)

  • 21:53:24

    Lord True (Conservative)

  • 21:59:06

    Baroness Drake (Labour)

  • 22:05:49

    Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve (Crossbench)

  • 22:10:51

    Lord Kirkhope of Harrogate (Conservative)

  • 22:14:08

    Lord Liddle (Labour)

  • 22:21:35

    Baroness Ludford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 22:32:08

    Baroness Smith of Basildon (Labour)

  • 22:50:59

    Lord Keen of Elie, Lords Spokesperson (Ministry of Justice) (Conservative)

  • 23:14:43

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