Archiv: House of Lords (UK)


05.09.2019 - 05:46 [ BBC ]

Brexit: Bill designed to stop no-deal ‚will clear Lords‘

There were fears pro-Brexit peers could deliberately hold up the bill so it could not get royal assent before Parliament is prorogued next week.

But the Conservative chief whip in the Lords announced a breakthrough in the early hours after talks with Labour.

04.09.2019 - 16:45 [ Guido Fawkes ]

Lords Turn Up Prepared for 100 Hour Debate

As Guido reported this morning, over 100 amendments have now been tabled by rebel Tory Lords in an attempt to prevent the Commons’s anti-No Deal legislation. Our ennobled readers have taken note, turning up with overnight supplies.

09.04.2019 - 09:06 [ Standard.co.uk ]

Brexit delay bill receives royal assent and is signed into law after it is raced through Parliament

Yvette Cooper’s backbench Bill aimed at forcing Theresa May to request a Brexit extension rather than leave the EU with no deal has been signed into law.

The cross-party European Union (Withdrawal) (No 5) Bill received royal assent after it was backed by MPs and peers on Monday night.

09.04.2019 - 09:05 [ UK House of Commons ‏/ Twitter ]

The House of Commons approves Lords Amendment 5 to the #EUWithdrawal5Bill by 390 votes to 81. This concludes debate on Lords amendments to the #EUWithdrawal5Bill. The Bill now awaits Royal Assent.

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09.04.2019 - 09:03 [ House of Lords ‏/ Twitter ]

#HouseofLords passes #EUWithdrawal5Bill and sends back to @HouseofCommons. If Commons agrees Lords changes, bill gets royal assent and becomes law. If Commons disagrees or suggests alternative changes, the bill returns to the Lords.

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05.04.2019 - 08:25 [ House of Lords ‏/ Twitter ]

Remaining Lords stages of the #EUWithdrawal5Bill are expected to take place on Monday 8 April (5/6)

05.04.2019 - 08:24 [ Yahoo.com ]

Brexit delay law will not complete House of Lords stages on Thursday -Labour

Labour Lords said on Twitter that, following internal discussions, the bill would pass the initial stages on Thursday with the remaining stages taking place on Monday.

04.04.2019 - 18:40 [ #StandUp4Brexit ‏/ Twitter ]

“This is a most appalling day. I’ve served in Parliament for 45yrs; there’s never been an instance of constitutional vandalism of this scale “I’m deeply concerned at the growing rift between Parliament and the People with the refusal to accept the people’s judgement” Lord Lawson

04.04.2019 - 18:31 [ theGuardian.com ]

Labour’s Lords deputy accuses Tories of filibuster over no-deal Brexit bill

Lady Hayter, the Labour peer steering the bill to extend article 50 through the Lords after its narrow victory in the Commons late on Wednesday night, said the bill would not stop Brexit but would prevent a no-deal scenario.

04.04.2019 - 18:28 [ FT.com ]

House of Lords attacks bill aimed at preventing no-deal Brexit

The legislation, proposed by Labour MP Yvette Cooper and the Conservative Oliver Letwin, passed the House of Commons by just one vote late on Wednesday night.

The bill moved to the Lords on Thursday, but Eurosceptic peers proposed seven procedural amendments to a business motion about it, in an attempt to prevent the legislation being debated.

17.03.2019 - 10:42 [ ConservativeHome..com ]

This Parliamentary farce reveals how much our political class has been infantilised

A Speaker who ignores the conventions of the House when it suits him, then refuses arbitrarily to table amendments he dislikes. Ministers who disobey three-line whips, but expect to retain office. A Secretary of State summing up in favour of a motion, then voting against it. A Prime Minister who promises the House and the nation something more than 50 times then proposes the opposite. A Commons that votes to trigger a timed and definite Article 50 process, then spends much of the period in question bemoaning the possibility of its own decision coming to pass. A House of Lords which disregards its constitutional limits to prioritise its own desires. Politicians who vote to hold a referendum, then pledge to honour its outcome, only to campaign ardently to run it all again – and who then won’t vote to do so when their own proposal comes before the Commons. The term “meaningful vote” being coined, then applied to votes which can be – and are – ignored and run repeatedly.

And that’s just the last few weeks.

15.01.2019 - 05:29 [ theSun.co.uk ]

Theresa May’s hated Brexit deal suffers huge Lords defeat just 24 hours before the crunch Commons vote

THERESA May’s Brexit deal has suffered a huge defeat in the House of Lords – just 24 hours before the momentous vote in the Commons.

Peers backed by 321 to 152, majority 169, an opposition motion warning the deal would damage the UK’s economic prosperity, internal security and global influence.

21.11.2018 - 09:22 [ LBC.co.uk ]

Is This Why The Tory Rebel Plot To Topple Theresa May Faltered?

“When you are Tory MP, you’re over 55 and you’ve been there for a few years,” he said.

“And you think on principle you ought to rebel but then, of course, you know what happens to Tory MPs when they retire if they’ve been good boys and girls?

“They go to the House of Lords and rebels don’t go to the House of Lords!”

22.04.2018 - 11:41 [ computerweekly.com ]

Future of internet regulation is focus of Lords inquiry

(3.4.2018) The House of Lords Communications Committee has opened an inquiry exploring the possibility of internet regulation in the UK, seeking input around issues such as the legal liability of online platforms for the content they host and how they moderate it, and how user data is protected.

The inquiry comes as platforms such as Facebook continue to draw public hostility for its role in enabling the activities of Cambridge Analytica, the data science firm at the heart of ongoing allegations of exploiting the data of Facebook users to influence the EU referendum campaign and the 2016 US presidential election.