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House of Lords

Wednesday 2 March 2016 Meeting started at 3.06pm, ended 10.37pm

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  • Oral question 1: Steps to ensure every community has a local pharmacy

    Baroness Walmsley (Liberal Democrat)

  • Oral question 2: Performance of the Southern, Southeastern and Thameslink rail franchises

    Baroness Randerson (Liberal Democrat)

  • Oral question 3: Protecting disabled people and victims of domestic violence from the effects of the under-occupancy charge

    Baroness Sherlock (Labour)

  • Oral question 4: Training required by employees on temporary contracts who process asylum applications

    Baroness Hamwee (Liberal Democrat)

  • Urgent Question: State Pension age

  • Business of House

  • Orders and regulations: European Union Referendum (Date of Referendum etc.) Regulations 2016 Debate: Government policy paper 'The best of both worlds: the UK's special status in a reformed EU'

  • 15:06:37

    Oral question 1: Steps to ensure every community has a local pharmacy

  • 15:07:09

    Baroness Walmsley (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:07:45

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:08:15

    Lord Cameron of Dillington (Crossbench)

  • 15:08:42

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:09:14

    Lord McColl of Dulwich (Conservative)

  • 15:09:43

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:10:07

    Lord Clark of Windermere (Labour)

  • 15:10:41

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:10:50

    Baroness Greengross (Crossbench)

  • 15:11:49

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:12:29

    Lord Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:12:42

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:13:08

    Lord Mawhinney (Conservative)

  • 15:13:38

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:14:07

    Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (Labour)

  • 15:14:45

    Lord Prior of Brampton, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health (Conservative)

  • 15:15:15

    Oral question 2: Performance of the Southern, Southeastern and Thameslink rail franchises

  • 15:15:41

    Baroness Randerson (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:16:43

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:17:16

    Lord Polak (Conservative)

  • 15:17:50

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:18:21

    Baroness Smith of Basildon (Labour)

  • 15:18:59

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:19:34

    Lord Tebbit (Conservative)

  • 15:19:54

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:20:19

    Lord Wills (Labour)

  • 15:21:21

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:21:25

    Lord Lucas (Conservative)

  • 15:21:53

    Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Department for Transport) (Jointly with the Home Office) (Conservative)

  • 15:22:18

    Oral question 3: Protecting disabled people and victims of domestic violence from the effects of the under-occupancy charge

  • 15:22:55

    Baroness Sherlock (Labour)

  • 15:23:29

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:24:08

    Baroness Thomas of Winchester (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:24:49

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:24:53

    Lord Wigley (Plaid Cymru)

  • 15:25:21

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:25:34

    Baroness Lister of Burtersett (Labour)

  • 15:26:09

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:26:52

    Baroness Hussein-Ece (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:27:12

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:27:16

    Bishop of St Albans (Bishops)

  • 15:27:44

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:28:13

    Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe (Labour)

  • 15:28:30

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:29:04

    Baroness Hollis of Heigham (Labour)

  • 15:29:23

    Lord Freud, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:29:54

    Oral question 4: Training required by employees on temporary contracts who process asylum applications

  • 15:30:17

    Baroness Hamwee (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:30:54

    Lord Bates, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:31:40

    Baroness Afshar (Crossbench)

  • 15:32:24

    Lord Bates, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:33:07

    Baroness Gardner of Parkes (Conservative)

  • 15:33:43

    Lord Bates, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:34:06

    Lord Hylton (Crossbench)

  • 15:34:35

    Lord Bates, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:35:08

    Lord Christopher (Labour)

  • 15:35:45

    Lord Bates, The Minister of State, Home Department (Conservative)

  • 15:36:53

    Urgent Question: State Pension age

  • 15:36:59

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:40:41

    Lord McKenzie of Luton (Labour)

  • 15:43:40

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:45:31

    Baroness Kramer (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:45:59

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:46:13

    Baroness Bakewell (Labour)

  • 15:46:59

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:47:25

    Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Conservative)

  • 15:47:54

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:48:12

    Lord Watts (Labour)

  • 15:48:26

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:48:38

    Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope (Liberal Democrat)

  • 15:49:10

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:49:35

    Baroness Hollis of Heigham (Labour)

  • 15:50:23

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:50:45

    Lord Rooker (Labour)

  • 15:50:55

    Baroness Altmann, The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Conservative)

  • 15:51:13

    Orders and regulations: European Union Referendum (Date of Referendum etc.) Regulations 2016 Debate: Government policy paper 'The best of both worlds: the UK's special status in a reformed EU'

  • 15:51:18

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

  • 16:12:21

    Baroness Morgan of Ely (Labour)

  • 16:28:38

    Baroness Smith of Newnham (Liberal Democrat)

  • 16:38:28

    Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench)

  • 16:44:45

    Lord Howell of Guildford (Conservative)

  • 16:49:51

    Lord Mandelson (Labour)

  • 16:58:09

    Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon (Liberal Democrat)

  • 17:05:32

    Lord Stoddart of Swindon (Independent Labour)

  • 17:12:04

    Viscount Astor (Conservative)

  • 17:16:46

    Lord Giddens (Labour)

  • 17:22:34

    Lord Lawson of Blaby (Conservative)

  • 17:30:05

    Lord Hain (Labour)

  • 17:36:35

    Lord Stirrup (Crossbench)

  • 17:43:28

    Lord Gilbert of Panteg (Conservative)

  • 17:49:03

    Lord Howard of Lympne (Conservative)

  • 17:55:55

    Lord Radice (Labour)

  • 18:02:11

    Lord Maclennan of Rogart (Liberal Democrat)

  • 18:09:20

    Lord Boswell of Aynho (Non-affiliated)

  • 18:12:03

    Lord Green of Deddington (Crossbench)

  • 18:17:11

    Lord Jopling (Conservative)

  • 18:23:47

    Lord Soley (Labour)

  • 18:29:40

    Lord Tugendhat (Conservative)

  • 18:35:23

    Lord Thomas of Swynnerton (Crossbench)

  • 18:42:20

    Viscount Trenchard (Conservative)

  • 18:49:11

    Baroness Young of Old Scone (Labour)

  • 18:55:47

    Lord Fairfax of Cameron (Conservative)

  • 19:04:13

    Lord Mawson (Crossbench)

  • 19:11:29

    Lord Stevens of Ludgate (UK Independence Party)

  • 19:16:31

    Lord Foulkes of Cumnock (Labour)

  • 19:23:45

    Lord Selsdon (Conservative)

  • 19:26:37

    Lord Lee of Trafford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 19:30:37

    Lord Spicer (Conservative)

  • 19:34:16

    Lord Russell of Liverpool (Crossbench)

  • 19:40:47

    Lord Cormack (Conservative)

  • 19:46:50

    Lord Hylton (Crossbench)

  • 19:52:16

    Earl of Caithness (Conservative)

  • 19:59:10

    Lord Davies of Stamford (Labour)

  • 20:06:18

    Viscount Eccles (Conservative)

  • 20:12:14

    Lord Willoughby de Broke (UK Independence Party)

  • 20:17:55

    Lord Hamilton of Epsom (Conservative)

  • 20:25:06

    Lord Howarth of Newport (Labour)

  • 20:32:05

    Lord Garel-Jones (Conservative)

  • 20:38:12

    Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat)

  • 20:44:26

    Viscount Ridley (Conservative)

  • 20:50:49

    Lord Judd (Labour)

  • 20:57:20

    Lord Inglewood (Conservative)

  • 21:02:58

    Lord Kerr of Kinlochard (Crossbench)

  • 21:14:02

    Lord Lamont of Lerwick (Conservative)

  • 21:25:26

    Lord Hunt of Chesterton (Labour)

  • 21:32:29

    Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Conservative)

  • 21:42:10

    Lord Willetts (Conservative)

  • 21:49:37

    Baroness Ludford (Liberal Democrat)

  • 22:01:09

    Baroness Smith of Basildon (Labour)

  • 22:14:10

    Lord Faulks (Conservative)