UK tourism debate

20 January 2009

The Earl of Glasgow (Liberal Democrat) will call attention to the opportunities and challenges facing the UK tourism industry in a debate this Thursday, 22 January, in the House of Lords.

Other Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Carter of Barnes (Labour); Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State and Government Spokesperson, Departments for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform and for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Lord Addington; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Sport, Disability and for Defence
  • Lord Pendry (Labour); former Opposition frontbench spokesperson for National Heritage (Sport and Tourism)
  • Lord Bradshaw; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Transport
  • Baroness Valentine (Crossbench); Chief Executive of London First
  • Lord Clement-Jones; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Lord Inglewood (Conservative); former Conservative spokesperson for Environment, Transport and the Regions
  • Lord Cotter; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Small Businesses and for Skills
  • Lord Greaves; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and for Communities and Local Government
  • Lord Luke (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Lord Lee of Trafford; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Defence and for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Lord Roberts of Llandudno; Liberal Democrat spokesperson for International Development and for Wales

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