19 Nov 2014
Lord Taylor of Holbeach
House of Lords
Dear Lord Taylor of Holbeach,
I trust this finds you well.
Your work is impressive and speaks for itself, please use your eminent
sense to join UKIP?
'Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill — Second Reading (16 July
Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...specified in a data retention notice;
place requirements on the Secretary of State to keep such notices under
review; set out the security requirements that apply; provide that
service providers can be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in
complying with the requirements; and revoke the 2009 regulations, as
they will be redundant. The noble and learned Lord, Lord Hope of
Craighead' notable and admirable action, thank you.
Please would you be so kind to put forth a motion for Lords to request
the mandatory declaring of property ownership by MP's and council
officials that may effect local planning laws? The reasons for this are
plenty but particularly that I saw a politician on Twitter claiming
much property and wanting to undercut British construction workers (was
pro-EU Lib-Dem) with low cost Eastern Europeans - some such owners are
now facing huge bills for having done this already (legal costs and
accountability are also a consideration)
It may be considered good business to get cheap builders in to create
(later) better work for Brit builders by dizzy people, but the public
have had enough of underhand deals, deception and sabotage (as well as
sneaking about) - would be nice to see some positive, overt action
that proves to be anti-corruption.
Thank you for your serious consideration.
Elizabeth Lucye Robillard, Robillard Group London - RBKC