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Register of Lords’ Interests, January 2009

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ACTON, Lord
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Member, Library Advisory Committee of the State Historical Society of Iowa, USA
Member, Sustaining Board of the Linn County Historical Society, Iowa, USA
Trustee, Old Creamery Theatre Company, Iowa, USA
Hon President, Association of American Study Abroad Programmes in the UK
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Member, The Pilgrims
Member, Royal Africa Society

ADAMS OF CRAIGIELEA, Baroness
No relevant interests

ADDINGTON, Lord
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Vice President, British Dyslexia Association
Vice President, Lakenham Hewitt Rugby Club
Vice President, Lonsdale Club
Vice President, UK Sports Association
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Patron, Adult Dyslexia Association
Patron, Carousel

ADEBOWALE, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Director, Leadership in Mind
Non-executive Director, St. Vincent Healthcare (retains shares in this organisation) (29 January 2009)
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Chief Executive Officer, Turning Point (a charity)
Occasional income from broadcasting goes to Turning Point
Associate Director of Places for People
Commissioner, Audit Commission (29 January 2009)
*12(h)  Secretarial research and assistance
Research and secretarial assistance paid for and provided by Turning Point
*13(b)  Landholdings
Flat in London which is rented out
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Patron, Rich Mix Cultural Centre
15(c)  Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions
Mental Health Providers Forum
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Company secretary, Turning Point
Patron, Nurse Training on Alcohol
Patron, Adzido (youth monitoring)

ADONIS, Lord
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
In receipt of ministerial salary

AFSHAR, Baroness
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Full-time employee of University of York
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Member of Education Honours Committee
Member of UK Drug Policy Commission
Commissioner, Women’s National Commission (11 November 2008)
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Hon. President of United Nations Association; International Services
Chair of Muslim Women’s Network UK
Trustee, Edutrust

AHMED, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Kilnhurst Business Park
*12(h)  Secretarial research and assistance
The Tigris Group has sponsored the funding of my new research assistant. All employees’ related expenses will be funded by the group
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to Kazan Russia (21-24 February 2006) at the invitation of the Commissioner for Human Rights, council of Europe to attend an international seminar. All travel and accommodation was paid by the Council of Europe
Visit to Doha (13-24 February 2007) as guest of the Qatar foundation and the Universal Peace Federation for the Doha Debate (BBC World). All my travel and accommodation expenses were paid by Qatar foundation
Travel and accommodation expenses to Korea for a peace conference were paid for by the Universal Peace Federation
Visit to Chicago (9-11 March 2007). All expenses paid for by Radio Islam, Chicago
Travelling to Beirut (23-25 March 2007). Travel and accommodation will be paid for by the Alfi foundation
Attended a conference in Tunis from 2 November 2007 to 4 November 2007. All travel and accommodation was paid by the Government of Tunisia
Visit to Pakistan (September 2007) with the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. During this time my travel expenses were paid by the Pakistan Muslim League N
Visit to Sudan/Darfur (16-20 April 2008) at the invitation of the Sudan University. All travel and accommodation expenses were paid by the Sudan University
Visit to San Francisco (16 – 18 May 2008) – all expenses were paid by the Human Development Foundation
Visit to Sudan and in particular Darfur (23-28 July 2008) – all expenses were paid for by the University of Sudan
Visit to Nigeria (1-9 August 2008) – all expenses were paid for by the British High Commission in Abuja
Visit to Milan (13-16 August 2008) – all expenses were paid for by the Italian/Pakistani community
Visit to Columbus, USA (29 August-2 September 2008) to attend the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) conference. All travel and accommodation expenses were paid for by ISNA in the USA
Visit to Gaza via Cyprus (7-11 November 2008) – all expenses were paid for by “The European Campaign to End the Siege on Gaza” (18 November 2008)
*13(b)  Landholdings
Inherited property, farmland and houses in Azad Kashmir and Pakistan
Agricultural land in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Governor, Better for Tomorrow Institute, a charitable school in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Member of Board of Advisors for the Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT)
President of South Yorkshire Victim Support
16(a)  Trusteeships
Fazaldad Human Rights Organisation
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Al-Shifa, Pakistan (eye hospital)
Amnesty International
Association of British Hujjaj
British Heart Foundation
Chinese Muslim Charity, Canada
Layton Rehmatula Trust, Pakistan
Magistrates Association
Mirpur Friendship Association
SAHARA, Pakistan
Alma Hospital Trust
SAARC Foundation UK
USDAW
Young Pakistani Doctors Association
Concordis International
Response International
Chairman of the Darfur British Initiative
Muslim Peace and Reconciliation

ALDERDICE, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
President, ARTIS (Europe) Research & Risk Modeling (only notionally remunerated at present. It is a group engaged in research into the psychology of terrorism and political violence, and will seek funding from various sources (including Government) for this research)
Advisor, Barefoot Investments Asia LLC
Non-Executive Director, Barefoot Management Asia Ltd
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust (part-time)
Member of the Independent Monitoring Commission appointed by the British and Irish Governments
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Patron, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, The Queen’s University of Belfast
Joint Chairman, Advisory Board, Critical Incident Analysis Group (CIAG) and the Research Strategies Network (RSN), University of Virginia and Visiting Professor in Department of Psychiatry, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA, USA
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
President, Liberal International
President, Westminster Pastoral Foundation
Vice-President, National Benevolent Fund for the Elderly
Patron, Antidote
Patron, Northern Ireland Institute of Human Relations
Patron, Youth Access
Patron, UK Friends of The Abraham Fund Initiatives
Vice Patron, Dame Vera Lynn Trust
Senior Advisor, Conflicts Forum
Member, Advisory Board of the Centre for Reform
Advisor, Oxford Research Group

ALLENBY OF MEGIDDO, Viscount
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
President, Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

ALLI, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Castaway Television Productions Ltd
Chorion Ltd
AsSeenonScreen Holdings plc
BM Creative Management Limited
Olga TV Limited
Silvergate Investments Ltd
Scottish Media Group
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Chancellor, De Montfort University
*13(a)  Significant shareholdings
Planet Acquisitions Holdings Ltd (holding company of Chorion)
Castaway Television Productions Ltd
ASoS
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Elton John Aids Foundation
Skillset (the national training organisation for broadcast, film video and multimedia)
National Youth Theatre
16(a)  Trusteeships
Albert Kennedy Trust
Trustee, Crimestoppers

ALLIANCE, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Chairman, N Brown Group plc, whose business consists of retailing through direct home shopping fulfilment and financial services
*12(g)  Controlling shareholdings
100% of the issued share capital of the Anglo-Eastern Trust Limited, which carries on a financial business embracing lending money, trading and investing in listed investments, investing in unlisted investments, and trading and investing in property
62% of the issued share capital of Mazrek Limited, an R&D company based in Israel, specialising in fuel injection systems for diesel engines
*13(a)  Significant shareholdings
35.5% of the issued share capital of N Brown Group plc (see paragraph 12(e) registration for details of the Company’s Business)
50% of the issued share capital of Dane Properties Limited, a property investment company
8.33% of Caspet Securities Inc (a company investing in gold exploration)
45% of the issued ordinary share capital of Affirmative Finance Limited and 100% of the issued preferred ordinary share capital of Affirmative Finance Limited, which has a business of lending money
3.8% of the issued share capital of Global Natural Energy plc, engaged in petrol retailing and gas supply
0.7% of Huntsworth plc, international public relations
110,000 of the issued share capital of 3TP Imaging Sciences, which offers diagnostic imaging software for cancer detection
120,000 90p shares in F&C Commercial Property Trust Limited, a property company
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Director, Alliance Family Foundation Limited
Director, Weizmann Institute Foundation Limited
Trustee, Next Century Foundation
Trustee, The Co-Existence Trust

ALTON OF LIVERPOOL, Lord
*12(b)  Parliamentary lobbying
Small shareholding in Precise Communications Ltd (now amalgamated with Unique) which works in a range of areas including public relations and lobbying – no such work undertaken on their behalf (no remuneration received to date)
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Non-executive Director, Banner Group, now part of the R3 Group
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Director, Liverpool John Moores University Foundation for Citizenship
*12(h)  Secretarial research and assistance
Occasional research assistance provided by Right to Life and Jubilee Campaign
Research assistance provided by the All-Party Parliamentary Pro-Life Group and Right to Life
*12(i)  Visits
Travel costs paid by Right to Life to a series of public meetings organised to explain the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill (2007-2008)
Travel to Vienna for a conference organised by the Hudson Institute (2008)
Visit to North and South Korea (February 2009) as Chairman of All-Party Group on North Korea and to receive Mystery of Life award; supported by ‘Building Bridges’ and the Archdiocese of Seoul (30 January 2009)
*13(d)  Hospitality or gifts
The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of whom I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of the Iranian Resistance
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Advisory Committee, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Foundation Governor, Liverpool Bluecoat School
Governor, Stonyhurst College
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Trustee, Chesterton Institute
15(c)  Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions
Treasurer, All-party Parliamentary Friends of CAFOD
Chairman, All-party British-North Korea Group
Vice-Chairman, All-party group on Tibet
Secretary All-party group on Sudan
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Past Chairman, Forget-Me-Not Appeal, Liverpool
Vice President, Local Solutions (Merseyside Council for Voluntary Service)
President, Liverpool NSPCC
President, Mersey Kidney Research
President, Karen Aid
Vice President, St Joseph’s Hospice
Board Member, Institute for Religion and Public Policy (Washington DC)
Patron, Zoe’s Place (baby hospice)
Patron, Jedidiah Foundation (Congolese street children)
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Guild of Catholic Writers
Life
Jubilee Campaign

AMOS, Baroness
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Non-executive Director of Travant Capital Partners
Non-executive Director – 2018 Board (3 February 2009)
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to Israel and West Bank – sponsored by Labour Friends of Israel and the Government of Israel and the West Bank
Visits to Qatar -One for a conference on the economic situation in the Middle East and the other on Democracy in the Middle East – sponsored by the Government of Qatar
Visit to Ghana – hosted by the Government of Ghana for attendance at the National Awards ceremony
*13(b)  Landholdings
Land in Guyana
*13(c)  Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend
Sister – partner in Amos Laycock, Consultancy Company, South Africa
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Visiting Fellow, Centre for Corporate Reputation, Said Business School, Oxford University
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Friend of the Women’s Library
Chair, Royal African Society
Patron, National Jazz Archive
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Member, Global Advisory Board, Global Health Group, University of California-San Francisco (29 January 2009)
Commissioner, Fulbright Commission (29 January 2009)
16(a)  Trusteeships
Patron of the Windsor Leadership Trust
Friend of the Daycare Trust

AMPTHILL, Lord
No relevant interests

ANDERSON OF SWANSEA, Lord
*12(b)  Parliamentary lobbying
Council of Reference/Advisor to various Christian voluntary organisations (unpaid)
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to Vienna (October 2005) to attend European Christian Leaders Conference, expenses paid
Visit to Israel (January 2007) leading a delegation from the Anglo-Israel Association
Visit to Mauritius (September 2007) with my wife at the invitation of the Government of Mauritius, who paid for our accommodation and most local costs
Visit to Morocco (23-25 May 2008) to participate in a Conference dealing with EU/Maghreb and Morocco issues at the invitation of the Ambassador
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Deputy Lieutenant, County of West Glamorgan
Hon Freeman of the City and County of Swansea
Freeman of the City of London
Hon Fellow, University of Swansea and Hon Fellow, Swansea Institute of Higher Education
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
President, Swansea Male Choir
President, Morriston Big Band
President, 32nd Swansea Rhyddings Scout Group
Vice President, Morriston Orpheus Choir
Vice President, Swansea Business Club
Board Member, Mercy Ships UK (a charity)
Patron, Concordis International
Chairman, Anglo Israel Association
Trustee, Money for Madagascar (a charity)
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Member, Royal Institute of International Affairs
Member, Royal United Services Institute
Member, Association of European Parliamentarians for Africa (AWEPA)

ANDREWS, Baroness
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
In receipt of ministerial salary

ANELAY OF ST JOHNS, Baroness
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Opposition Chief Whip, House of Lords
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to Rome on Friday 4 April 2008 to address the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (European Chapter) on the subject of “Autonomy and Social Responsibility” in the context of the Conservative Party’s policy review. Air travel and hotel accommodation for my husband and me were provided by the hosts, IAML (European Chapter)
*13(b)  Landholdings
Sole owner of a residential property in Dorset let on a commercial basis
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
President, Woking Citizens’ Advice Bureau
President, Woking Constituency Conservative Association
Trustee, 1949 Conservative and Unionist Trust
Vice President, Woking Conservative Women’s Committee
Vice President, Magistrates’ Association Golfing Society
Patron, Talking About Cannabis (a company limited by guarantee – it supports people whose lives have been affected by cannabis abuse)

ARCHER OF SANDWELL, Lord
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Chairman, Enemy Property Compensation Panel
*13(d)  Hospitality or gifts
Quom rug from the Iranian Resistance on visiting the President
Watercolour from the National Council of Resistance of Iran
The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Bencher, Gray’s Inn
Hon Fellow, University College, London
15(c)  Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions
President, World Disarmament Campaign
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Hon Secretary, Wyndham Place – Charlemagne Trust
President, Fabian Society
President, Guild of British Asians
President, Methodist Homes (MHA Care Group)
President, One World Trust
16(a)  Trusteeships
Trustee, One World Trust

ARCHER OF WESTON-SUPER-MARE, Lord
*12(g)  Controlling shareholdings
Andartis Limited (art dealers)
Artdeal Limited (art dealers)
*13(a)  Significant shareholdings
Corporate Dynamics Limited (investment holding company/investment in golf centre operating company)
Winner Land SL (Majorcan residential property investment)
Albert Goodwin plc (Enterprise Investment Scheme, Fine Art)
Between 5% and 30% share of profits in various theatrical productions: Grease, London; The Sound of Music, London; Flashdance The Musical; The new Grease on Broadway Limited Partnership; The Sound of Music (Canada) Inc
*13(b)  Landholdings
Rented urban property in London, Tyne & Wear, Northshields,

ARMSTRONG OF ILMINSTER , Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Director of Dumpton Gap Company Limited (a private company owned by the executors of the late Sir Edward Heath) (unpaid)
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Member of an Advisory Panel to E-Clear (UK) plc
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Trustee, RVW Trust
Trustee, Derek Hill Foundation
Trustee, Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation
Trustee, Wells Cathedral School Foundation

ARRAN, Earl of
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Director, Weather World
*13(b)  Landholdings
1 acre of allotment holdings in High Roding (Essex)
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Trustee of Chelsea Physic Garden
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Chairman, Children’s Country Holidays Fund
16(a)  Trusteeships
Trustee of certain family trusts

ASHCROFT, Lord
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Executive Chairman of BB Holdings Ltd (banking and other interests in Central America)
*12(g)  Controlling shareholdings
BB Holdings Ltd
Cockleshell Limited (cash shell)
Mavinwood plc (document storage services)
Shellshock Limited (cash shell)
Impellam Plc (recruitment, janitorial and security services in the UK)
Shellproof Limited (cash shell)
*13(a)  Significant shareholdings
Global Health Partner plc (specialised healthcare services)
Strand Associates Ltd (corporate finance and investor in other companies)
Priory Investments Holdings Limited (specialised healthcare services)
Watford Leisure plc
Digital Marketing Group plc
Arc Fund Management Holdings plc (specialised in wealth management and structure investment products)
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Chairman, Board of Trustees, Crimestoppers
Trustee, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Trustee, Prospect Education (Technology) Trust
Treasurer of International Democrat Union
Member of the Board and a Deputy Chairman of Conservative Party
Advisory Board Member of the Institute for Justice Sector Development

ASHDOWN OF NORTON-SUB-HAMDON, Lord
*12(d)  Non-parliamentary consultant
An occasionally remunerated position as President of the EU-Russia Centre a lobbying and research organisation based in Brussels and registered under Belgian law as an NGO. The aim of the Centre is to encourage and facilitate dialogue and policy development between European governments and politicians and their opposite numbers in the Russian Federation
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Member, Advisory Board, Defence Strategy and Solutions (a strategic advisory firm dedicated to the areas of aerospace, defence and national security)
Advisor to the Good Governance Group (G3) (G3 deals with advice on security and governance issues in UK and world wide)
I also earn fees from frequent, but not regular newspaper articles and broadcasting
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Co-Chairman (with Lord Robertson of Port Ellen) IPPR’s Commission on National Security

ASHLEY OF STOKE, Lord
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Emeritus Chancellor, Staffordshire University
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Chairman, National Cochlear Implant Users’ group
President, Defeating Deafness
President, League of Friends, Epsom Hospital
President, RNID

ASTOR, Viscount
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Ancroft Tractors Ltd
Cliveden Securities Ltd
Prestbury Residential Ltd
Royal Tokaji Wine Company
Networkers International Plc
OKA Direct Ltd
Raymond Chandler Ltd
George Simenon Ltd
Agatha Christie Ltd
Robert Bolt (1973) Ltd
Planet Acquisitions Ltd
Planet Acquisitions Holdings Ltd
Chorion Trustee Ltd
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Chairman, Investment Committee, East European Food Fund
Partner, Tarbert Farms
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
Trustee, Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham, Berkshire

ASTOR OF HEVER, Lord
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to BAE Systems, Warton (June 2006) – travel and overnight expenses paid for by BAE Systems – visit was a Parliamentary Defence Group event
British Grand Prix as guest of Motorsport Association (6 July 2008)
*13(b)  Landholdings
Farmland in Kent, including residential properties
Residential property in France
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Kent Ambassador, to promote the interests of the County of Kent
15(c)  Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions
President, Motorsport Industry Association
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Chairman, Rochester Cathedral Trust
President, Durand Group
President, Earl Haig Branch, Royal British Legion
President, Royal British Legion, Westerham Branch
President, Edenbridge and District Rifle Club
President, Eden Valley Museum Trust
President, Kent County Agricultural Society
Patron, Centre for Autism & Related Disorders, Kings College, London
Patron, Westerham (Gallant) Sea Cadet Corps
Patron of National Organisation of Beaters and Pickers-Up
Patron of St. Mary’s Westerham Heritage Trust
Hon Colonel, 101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (EOD) (V)
Trustee, Fund for Refugees in Slovenia
16(a)  Trusteeships
Trustee, Astor of Hever Trust
Trustee, Atlantic Bridge
16(b)  Voluntary organisations
Member, The Life Guards Regimental Council
Member, Advisory Council, Canterbury Cathedral Trust

ATTENBOROUGH, Lord
*12(e)  Remunerated directorships
Richard Attenborough Productions Ltd (Film Producing and Directing Company – the Company also provides the services of Lord Attenborough in the UK to other Organisations)
Attenborough Overseas Ltd (Film Producing Company – the Company also provides the overseas services of Lord Attenborough to other Organisations)
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Director of Capital Radio plc
Director of Attenborough Holdings Limited and its subsidiary companies
*12(g)  Controlling shareholdings
Attenborough Securities Ltd (the Company carries on business as an investment company)
*13(a)    Significant shareholdings
Attenborough Holdings Ltd – holding is 36 shares out of a total issued capital of 147 issued shares (the Company is a holding company of a group whose activities are those of film producers and directors. The group provides the services of Lord Attenborough in the UK and overseas to other organisations)
15(a)  Membership of public bodies
Chancellor, Sussex University
Chairman of Trustees, Waterford, Swaziland
President, NFTS (National Film & Television School)
President, BAFTA
President, RADA
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Muscular Dystrophy of Great Britain
Actors Charitable Trust
Denville Hall

ATTLEE, Earl
*12(f)  Regular remunerated employment
Serving officer in the Territorial Army (paid for each day of training and entitled to a tax free bounty if certain requirements are met)
*12(h)  Secretarial research and assistance
From time to time intern (usually from the US) provided by EPA and others
15(b)  Trusteeships of cultural bodies
In connection with the REME Corps Museum, I purchase about £500 pa of petrol for non-commercial use in non-road going vehicles which could be outside the scope of any road user charging that might be introduced for ordinary motorists and other conventional road users and which could therefore reduce my expenditure on petrol
15(c)  Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions
Patron, British Vehicle Salvage Federation
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
Vice-President, Barrett’s Oesophagus Foundation

AVEBURY, Lord
*12(g)  Controlling shareholdings
Controlling interest in CL Projects Ltd (company sells computer hardware and software, and provides management advice to Cook Labbock & Co, a partnership in which it has a 50% interest)
*12(i)  Visits
Visit to Bangladesh (August 6-15 2008) as Co-Chair of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission – paid for by IWGIA Copenhagen
Preparatory meeting of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission, Copenhagen (May31-June 1 2008)- paid by International Work Group on Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) (4 November 2008)
Visit to Bangladesh as co-chair, Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission (August 5-15 2008) – air fare and hotel paid by IWGIA (4 November 2008)
Visit to Hanover (October 18-19 2008) – paid by Working Group Bangladesh in Lower Saxony (4 November 2008)
*13(b)  Landholdings
390 acres arable land in Northamptonshire
15(d)  Office-holder in voluntary organisations
President, Kurdish Human Rights Project
President, TAPOL (Indonesian Human Rights)
President, Advisory Council for the Education of Romanies and Travellers (ACERT)
President, Peru Support Group
Patron, Angulimala Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy
Vice President, London Bach Society
Chairman, Cameroon Campaign Group
16(a)  Trusteeships
Trustee, Silbury Fund
Trustee, Friends of the Alola Foundation
Chairman, Maurice Lubbock Memorial Fund

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Register of Lords’ Interests Contents

REGISTER OF LORDS’ INTERESTS

BACH, Lord – BYFORD, Baroness

BACH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

I am currently a non-practising barrister
In receipt of ministerial salary

*13(b) Landholdings

Family home in Leicestershire
Flat in London SW1
Apartment in Portugal

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

No gifts or hospitality received in a non-ministerial capacity

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, University of Leicester Court

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee for a charity that will provide an educational resource in a village near home in Leicestershire

16(b) Voluntary organisations

TGWU
Labour Party (Chairman of a constituency party)
Co-operative Party

BAGRI, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Metdist Group

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Metdist Group

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee Chairman, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (UK)
Trustee, Bagri Foundation
Trustee, Sangam Association of Asian Women

BAKER OF DORKING, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Teathers Limited (paid) (from 6 October)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman and Non-executive Director of Search Logic plc (unpaid)
Chairman and Non-executive Director, Clear Communications (paid)
Non-executive Chairman of Graphite Resources Limited (paid) (from 2 June 2008)
Non-executive Director, Stanley Genting plc
Unremunerated Director and Trustee of Booker Prize Foundation (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking Advisory Council

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Chairman and Sole Director, Belmont Press (London) Ltd (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Cartoon Art Trust
Trustee and Director, Booker Prize Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Royal London Society for the Blind

BALDWIN OF BEWDLEY, Earl

No relevant interests

BALLYEDMOND, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Norbrook Laboratories Limited (pharmaceutical manufacture and distribution)
Norbrook Manufacturing Limited (pharmaceutical manufacture and distribution)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Norbrook Laboratories Limited and Subsidiary Companies
Norbrook Holdings Limited and Subsidiary Companies
Haughey Airports Limited (Airport Operator)
Haughey Air Limited (Air Transport Company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Land includes Corby Castle estate, Cumbria, 2000 acres
Ballyedmond Castle, Northern Ireland, 600 acres
Gillingham Hall and land, Norfolk
Land in the Irish Republic, 400 acres
2 islands in Lake Victoria, Uganda
No 9 Belgrave Square, London
No 7 West Halkin Street, London
No 64 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin
Villa in Cannes, South of France

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Chairman of Development Board School of Pharmacy
Hon Consul for Chile in Northern Ireland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London

BARBER OF TEWKESBURY, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Woodland Trust
Patron, Pendle Trust

BARKER, Baroness

*12(c) Remunerated Services

Consultant to MeetingPlace Communications (a public affairs consultancy specialising in local government politics and community consultation), £250 per month

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, ACTTS (Transport and General Workers Union)

16(a) Trusteeships

Andy Lawson Memorial Fund

BARNETT, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Mercury Recycling Group plc and Director of all its subsidiary companies

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Mercury Recycling Group plc

BASSAM OF BRIGHTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

*12(i) Visits

I visited Australia between 26 December 2006 and 6 January 2007 as part of the Lords and Commons Cricket Club to play the Australian Parliamentarians. I paid for my own travel and accommodation. Sponsorship was provided by Visa Microsoft, Diageo, Colliers, Vauxhall and the Australian Sports Club which enabled donations to be made to the following charities – the Trew Foundation (NZ), Lords Tavernier’s (Australia) and Chance to Shine (UK). A small proportion has been retained to pay for incidental tour costs

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from a property in Eastbourne

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum Trust
Founder Member, Brighton Festival

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Carousel
Patron, Dolphin Children’s Clinic
Patron, Neiman Pick Disease Group
(all charities)
Patron, Brighton Red Card Campaign Against Domestic Violence
Patron, Dame Vera Lynn Trust

BATES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Managing Director, Walton Bates Associates Limited (a firm of Management Consultants based in Durham and providing advisory services to Boards of Directors (founded March 2006))
Non-executive Director, Vardy Group of Companies (a group of companies based in Durham comprising property investment and development, Ventures Capital, Motor retailing and a charitable foundation (appointed August 2006)
Non-executive Chairman of Scholes & Brown Asset Management – a firm based in Newcastle upon Tyne offering investment and financial advice to private clients through professional services firms in the North of England and London (Appointed 1 August 2008)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Walton Bates Associates Limited (100% of ordinary share capital)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, Bede Academy, Blyth, Northumberland (27 January 2009)
Director, Emmanuel Schools Foundation (Vice Chairman) (27 January 2009)
Director, Trinity Academy, Thorne, Yorkshire (Vice Chairman) (27 January 2009)
Director, King’s Academy, Middlesbrough (Vice Chairman (27 January 2009)
Director, Emmanuel City Technology College, Gateshead (Vice Chairman) (27 January 2009)
Member, Business Advisory Forum of Said Business School, University of Oxford (since 1999)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow, Caux Round Table – an international network of business leaders working to promote moral capitalism (since 2005)

BATH AND WELLS, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

All shareholdings are in the Bishop of Bath and Wells Discretionary fund. They are not personally owned

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Visitor to Wadham College, Oxford
Member of the Court of Exeter University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of the Palace Trustees, Wells

BELL, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

I am Chairman of a public company, Chime Communications plc that owns 100% of Bell Pottinger Public Affairs and Good Relations Political, both Government relations advisory firms

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Chime Communications plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Occasional appearances on television and radio. All fees go to charity

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, CancerBACUP

BERKELEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman, Rail Freight Group

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, European Commission’s Energy and Transport forum
Harbour Commissioner for Fowey Harbour Authority Cornwall

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon President, Road Danger Reduction Forum
President, Aviation Environment Federation
President, United Kingdom Marine Pilots Association
Board Member, European Rail Freight Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Partnership Sourcing Ltd

BERNSTEIN OF CRAIGWEIL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Partner and Director, Waddington Galleries Limited

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Waddington Galleries Limited

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Granada Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Jerusalem Foundation (UK)
Trustee, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation

BEST, Lord

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Part-time secretarial support provided by Hanover Housing Association with funding support from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Audit Commission’s Housing, Communities and Environment Advisory Board
*Member, City of Westminster Standards Committee (attendance allowance is paid) (28 October 2008)
President, Local Government Association

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Royal Society of Arts

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, The Tree Council
Trustee, Phoenix Fund for Zimbabwe
Trustee, 2020 Public Services Trust
Patron, National Family and Parenting Institute
Patron, Housing Association Charitable Trust
Vice Patron, Servite Houses
President, Continuing Care Conference
Chairman, The Giving Forum
*Chairman, Hanover Housing Association (remunerated but all remuneration is donated to charity) (28 October 2008)
*Chairman, Public Interest General Council, Office of Public Management (remunerated) (11 November 2008)
*Member, Public Interest General Council, Office of Public Management (an honorarium is received) (28 October 2008)
Chairman, Advisory Board, South East Europe Research Centre
*Member, Council for the Ombudsman for Estate Agents (remunerated) (11 November 2008)
Vice President, Town and Country Planning Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Advisory Council of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations

BEW, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Politics, Queen’s University, Belfast

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Committee of the Centre for Contemporary British History
Chairman of the Executive Committee of the British/Irish Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

See 15(d)

BHATIA, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Casley Finance Limited
Consultant to Forbes Campbell Limited
Consultant to Forbes Campbell (International) Limited

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Prime Associates Services Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

See 12 (e)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Casley Finance Limited
Forbes Campbell Limited
Forbes Campbell (International) Limited
Prime Associates Services Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee for the Queen’s Award

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Forbes Trust
Chairman, Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Organisations (CEMVO)
Chairman, Ethnic Minority Foundation (EMF)
Chairman, Diversity East London Limited
Chairman, British Muslim Research Centre
Chairman, College of Health (2003) Ltd
Chairman, PRISM
Chairman, British Edutrust Foundation
Chairman, Edutrust Academies Charitable Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Oxfam India Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Oxfam Association (UK)

BHATTACHARYYA OF MOSELEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Self-employed consultant overseas

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Transnet Limited – South Africa until AGM 2004

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Manufacturing Systems, School of Engineering, University of Warwick
Director, Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Scientific Advisory Board for the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology
Member, Business and Technology Centre, University of Technology, Malaysia
Member, West Midlands Innovation and Technology Council
Hon Dean, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Hon Professorships at – Hong Kong Poly University, University of Technology Malaysia, Harbin Institute of Technology China
Hon DUniv – University of Surrey
Hon DSc – UTM Malaysia and Birmingham University
Hon DSc – IIT Kharagpur, India
Hon Doctor of Business Administration – Hong Kong Polytechnic University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Institute for Public Policy Research
Trustee, Coventry 2020 (Educational Charity)
Trustee, Edgbaston High School for Girls

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering
Fellow, Institute of Electrical Engineering
Fellow, National Academy of Engineering (India)
Fellow, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Founding Hon Fellow, Institute of Logistics and Transport

BILIMORIA, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consulting Accountant, Cresvale Ltd (part of S & W Beresford Plc) (28 October 2008)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Founder and Chairman, Cobra Beer Ltd
Non-executive Director, Booker Group plc
Advisory Board member, Boston Analytics, Boston, USA

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Cobra Beer Ltd (67% shareholder)
Cobra Byte Ltd (software consultancy)
General Bilimoria Wines (dormant)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to India (22 November 2008) to speak at the Hindustan Times Summit. The Hindustan Times have paid for his internal flights and hotel costs, which come to £1,557.07 (25 November 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Residential Property in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Residential Properties in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Representative Deputy Lieutenant of the London Borough of Hounslow
UK Chairman, Indo British Partnership
Chairman, UK India Business Council
Member, UK-India Round Table
Member, Chancellor’s Asia Task Force
Member, HRH The Duke of York’s Business Advisory Council
Member, Advisory Board, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Chancellor, Thames Valley University
Visiting Entrepreneur, Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, University of Cambridge
Charter Member, The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE)
National Champion, National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE)
Companion, Chartered Management Institute
Fellow, Institute of Directors
Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales
Hon. Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge
Hon Member, Cranfield Management Association
Ambassador, London 2012 Olympic Bid
Deputy President, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Liveryman, The Drapers’ Company of the City of London
Hon Doctor of Letter, Heriot-Watt University (28 October 2008)
Alumnus, Cranfield University School of Management – Business Growth Programme (28 October 2008)
Liveryman, Brewers’ Company, City of London (28 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Training for Life
Hon Life Fellow, Royal Society For The Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Chairman, Memorial Gates Committee
Chairman, Advisory Board for the Shrimati Pushpa Wati Loomba Trust for the education of children of poor widows in India
Governor, Ditchley Foundation
Patron, St. Andrew’s University Cricket Club
Patron of Pratham, UK (28 October 2008)
Patron, British Consultancy Charitable Trust (28 October 2008)
Patron, Children in Need Institute (28 October 2008)
Ambassador, Interactive University
Commissioner, The Royal Hospital Chelsea
Association Member, BUPA
Member, Advisory Board, The Roundhouse Trust
Patron, Pratham UK (28 October 2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Cobra Foundation
British Cardiovascular Research Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Champion, Enterprise Insight Make your Mark Campaign
Hon Life Fellow and Member of Development Board, Royal Society For The Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Member and Past President, World Zoroastrian Chamber of Commerce, United Kingdom
Member and Past Chairman, Young Presidents’ Organisation, London
Member London Business School Foundation for Entrepreneurial Management, Enterprise 100
Member, Advisory Council, CIDA Foundation UK
Member, Drapers’ Company
Member, Advisory Board, The Adab Trust
Patron, Thare Mache Starfish Initiative
Patron, Rethink Severe Mental Illness
Patron, Thames Community Foundation
Patron, India International Foundation
Founding Patron, Oxford Entrepreneurs
Champion, Roko Cancer Appeal (MKC Trust)
Freeman, Freedom of the City of London in The Company of Drapers

BILLINGHAM, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Regular TV appearance on BSkyB
Regular contribution to Cumberlege Connections (training consultants in Health Service)

*12(i) Visits

Invitation to the US Open in Flushing Meadow as guest of USTA (United States Tennis Association)
Lecture tour (2006) New England and Florida (Urban Regeneration) – hospitality and some flights

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Annual invitation by the All-England Lawn Tennis Club to the Wimbledon championships
Invitation to Royal Box AELTC (All England Lawn Tennis Association)
Invitation to Stella Artois (Queens) from Lawn Tennis Association
Invitation to European Golf, Wentworth Club, from PGA

15(a) Membership of public bodies

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Supporters Direct (government funded sports organisation)
Patron, Everychild (registered charity)
Patron, Northamptonshire Osteoporosis Society
Patron, Celebrating Young Children
Patron, Early Learning Association
Patron, CSCS (Committee supporting comprehensive education)
Chair, CAARE (voluntary organisation promoting Arts and Sport)
President, Oxfordshire Lawn Tennis Association
Associate Patron, Tennis Committee, Save-The-Children Association

BILSTON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Bilston Community Association
President, Springvale Bowls League
President, Springvale Cricket League
President, Friday Night Domino League
Secretary, Bradley and District Senior Citizens Centre Trustees
Patron, Wolverhampton Inter Faith
Chairman, Wolverhampton Fairtrade Partnership

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Wolverhampton Inter Faith
Wolverhampton Coeliac UK
Bradley Community Association
Lower Bradley Community Association
Bradley and District Senior Citizens Centre
Bilson Community Association

BINGHAM OF CORNHILL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (until 1 October 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

High Steward, University of Oxford (until 1 October 2008)
Visitor, Balliol, Templeton, University, Wolfson, St Cross and Linacre Colleges, Oxford
Chairman, British Institute of International and Comparative Law

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Hay Festival
President, Seckford Foundation
Chairman, CFS Research Foundation

BIRT, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor, Terra Firma Capital Partners
Advisor, Capgemini UK

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Independent Non-executive Director on the Board of Eutelsat
Chairman, Maltby Capital Ltd (parent company of EMI)
Non-executive Director, PayPal (Europe) Ltd
Non-executive Director, Infinis

BLACK OF CROSSHARBOUR, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Argus Corporation
Conrad Black Capital Corporation
Hollinger Inc
Hollinger International Inc
Sun Times Publishing Co (Chicago, USA)
Ravelston Corporation

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Catholic Herald Ltd (newspaper publishers)
Cambridge Display Technologies
Horizon Publications Ltd (publishing company)
Alberta Newspapers Ltd
Bradford Publishing Co

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, The National Interest (USA)
Member of Advisory Committee of Jubilee Appeal for Commonwealth Veterans
Member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies
Member of the Trilateral Commission
Trustee of Hudson Institute (Washington DC)
Trustee of the Nixon Center (Washington DC)

BLACKBURN, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of North West Rural Forum
Member of Council (Chairman and Life Trustee) St Stephen’s House Theological College, Oxford
Member, Blackburn Diocese Board of Finance

BLACKSTONE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, VT Group plc
Member, Board of EDL (Teachers’ TV)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Vice Chancellor, University of Greenwich (from September 2004)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Royal Institute of British Architects Trust
Member, Marshall Scholarships Commission
Member, Association of Commonwealth Universities Council

BLACKWELL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, SEGRO plc
Non-executive Director, Standard Life plc
Chairman, Interserve plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-executive Board Member, Office of Fair Trading
Special Advisor, KPMG Corporate Finance

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Shareholder, 4C Associates Ltd (business consultants)

*13(b) Landholdings

Joint Owner (with wife) of an apartment in SW1, let on an assured short hold tenancy

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman and Director of the Centre for Policy Studies (Independent ‘Think Tank’)
Chairman and Director of Global Vision (independent campaign group)

BLAKER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Danapak Flexibles A/S (a company registered in Denmark – flexible packaging)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner in a farm enterprise

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in England, including residential properties

BLEDISLOE, Viscount

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Shareholding in Peter Cheyney Ltd (a private company) (with family)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Shareholding in Peter Cheyney Ltd (a private company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Together with family trusts, ownership and management of a landed estate in West Gloucestershire, engaged in farming, forestry, property etc

BLOOD, Baroness

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Senate, Queen’s University Belfast

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair, Impact Training
Chair of Integrated Education Fund Raising Campaign
Chair of GI Shankill Early Years Project
Director, Alternatives (N.I)

16(a) Trusteeships

Barnardos (UK)
Barnardos (NI)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Gerry Rogan Initiate Trust (GRIT)

BLYTH OF ROWINGTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Anixter Inc
Senior Advisor, Greenhill & Co Inc

BONHAM-CARTER, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Television Executive, Brook Lapping Productions, a subsidiary of Ten Alps Communications plc

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

I also disclose the interests disclosed by Lord Razzall

16(b) Voluntary organisations

RAPT – Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust

BOOTHROYD, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

Guest speaker at Annual Conference Lancashire WI in March 2006 (paid)
Guest speaker Yorkshire Federation WI in March 2006 (paid)
Guest speaker for Harrogate International Centre in May 2007 (paid)
Guest speaker at meeting with Women’s Network Deutsche Bank (paid)
Guest speaker at Landmark Wholesale Ltd., Conference in Cape Town (12-15 May 2008) (paid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, National Benevolent Fund for the Aged
President, Fight for Sight
Patron, Memorial to the Women of World War II
Patron, The Attlee Foundation
Patron, Friends of the Elderly
Patron Industry & Parliament Trust
Patron, Commonwealth Countries League
Patron, Friends of Sri Lanka Association
Patron, The Loombe Trust
Patron, The Silver Trust
Trustee, History of Parliament Trust

BORRIE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of the Estate Agents Ombudsman Council

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Trading Standards Institute
Patron, Public Concern at Work

BOSTON OF FAVERSHAM, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Two properties let as holiday cottages

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Leeds Castle Foundation, Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent (a charity) (unpaid)
Chairman, Leeds Castle Enterprises Limited (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Faversham Society (a local amenity society; a charity)
Chairman, Sheppey Group (formed to safeguard areas of Kent and Essex from proposals for a third London airport; has not been active for some thirty-or-so years)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Society of Arts

BOTTOMLEY OF NETTLESTONE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Member, Supervisory Board, Akzo Nobel NV
Non-executive Director, BUPA

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Director, International Resources Group (IRG) which trades as Odgers Ray & Berndtson (Executive Search)
Director, OPD Group plc (parent of IRG)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Dubai (23-27 February 2006) with husband to address a seminar on ‘Press, people and politics’ organised by Khaleej Times of Dubai. Flights to and from Dubai and hotel costs paid by hosts

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Odgers Ray & Berndtson (Executive Search) through International Resources Group
OPD

*13(b) Landholdings

Homes in London, Isle of Wight and Surrey

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Married to Peter Bottomley, MP Worthing West

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Hull
Pro Chancellor, University of Surrey
Governor, London School of Economics

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Abbeyfield Society
President, Farnham Castle, Centre for International briefing
Council Member, Ditchley Foundation
Council Member, Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, The Economist Newspaper (unpaid)

BOWNESS, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Streeter Marshall – Solicitors

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Notary Public (fees)
Partner, P & J Consultants (legal consultants)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Lithuania (18-20 September 2006). Accommodation Internal transport and hospitality provided by or on behalf of the Seimas of Lithuania

BOYCE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, WS Atkins plc
Non-executive Director, VT Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Advisor, Computer Science Corporation
Chairman D Group Advisory Board

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and Constable for Dover Castle
Deputy Lieutenant Greater London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, St John Ambulance (London District)
President, Officers’ Association
President, Royal Naval Submarine Museum
Vice President, Forces Pensions Society
Vice Chairman/Trustee, RNLI (Chairman from November 2008)
Chairman/Director, White Ensign Association Ltd
Patron, Sail 4 Cancer
Patron, Trafalgar Woods (Woodland Trust)
Patron, Submariners’ Association
Patron, Governor or President of various organisations in the Cinque Ports, associated with Lord Wardenship
Patron, UK Defence Forum
Vice Patron, Atlantic Council Appeal
Vice Patron, Tall Ships Youth Trust
Colonel Commandant, Special Boat Service
Vice Chairman and Director, Naval and Military Club (pro bono)
Trustee, National Maritime Museum
Elder Brother, Trinity House

BOYD OF DUNCANSBY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Non Parliamentary Consultant and Head of Public Law Practice, Dundas & Wilson CS LLP and Dundas & Wilson LLP (Solicitors)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non Parliamentary Consultant and Head of Public Law Practice, Dundas & Wilson CS LLP and Dundas & Wilson LLP (Solicitors)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow of the Society of Advanced Legal Studies
Writer to the Signet (society of Scottish lawyers)
Member of the International Association of Prosecutors
Hon. Professor of Law at the University of Glasgow (unpaid)
Member of the Commission on Scottish Devolution

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Board of Directors of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Legal Associate, Royal Town Planning Institute
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Member, Law Society of Scotland

BRABAZON OF TARA, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of salary as Chairman of Committees, House of Lords

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, Shipwrecked Mariners Society
Deputy Chairman, Foundation for Sport and the Arts (unpaid)
Vice President, Institute of the Motor Industry

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, United Kingdom Warehousing Association

BRADLEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director of Christie Hospital NHS Trust
Non-executive Chairman of the Manchester, Salford and Trafford NHS Lift Company
Member of Medical Protection Society Council

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Special Adviser to the President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester
Remuneration received from Ministry of Justice and Department of Health to conduct the Bradley Review into mental health and the criminal justice system. Administrative support and secretarial facilities are also provided by the Departments

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Some secretarial support provided by the University of Manchester
See also 12(f) above

15(a) Membership of public bodies

LEA Governor, Chorlton High School, Chorlton, Manchester

16(b) Voluntary organisations

The Labour Party
The Cooperative Party
UNITE
National Trust

BRADSHAW, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser to an economics consultancy firm and very occasionally undertake other work

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Stakeholder Advisory Board of Great-Western Train Company (part of First Group)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of a brass band
Member of the Hardy Plant Society
Member of a number of local organisations

BRAGG, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Controller of Arts and Features at Granada (part of ITV)
Regular freelance with BBC Radio 4

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Capital Radio
Compass
Granada Media

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of the University of Leeds

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

President, National Academy of Writing
President, National Campaign for the Arts

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, MIND

BRAMALL, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Greater London Playing Fields Society
Vice President, SSAFA

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Royal British Legion
Normandy Veterans

BRENNAN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Practising barrister
Independent Assessor to Home Office and Ministry Of Defence on Miscarriages of Justice
Vice Chairman and Shareholder, AJ Prospect Capital Ltd
Non-executive Chair of Juridica Investments Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Facilities China Limited
Corporate Governance International Limited
Light Horse Partners Limited

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat let in Kensington

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Catholic Union of Great Britain
President of the Consortium for Street Children
President, Hispano-Luso Council Canning House, London (20 January 2009)
International Chairman of the Caux Round Table on Business Ethics
Trustee of the University of Manchester Union
Trustee of the Foundation for Circulatory Health
Member of the Advisory Board of the Institute for Global Citizenship, Macalester College, Minnesota, USA
Member of the Advisory Board of GFI (Global Financial Integrity), Centre for International Policy, Washington DC, USA
Patron of Westminster Legal Policing Forum (20 January 2009)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the Westminster Diocesan Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Cavendish Health Centre
Patron, Peru Support Group

BRETT, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Ruskin College, Oxford
Hon Senior Fellow, Sullivan University, USA (unpaid)

BRIDGEMAN, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Bridgeman Art Library Limited (Photographic Archive)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Court, New England Company (a registered charity)

BRIDGES, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Dolmetsch Foundation
Vice President, Council for the National Parks

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, the Rayne Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, Dolmetsch Foundation

BRIGGS, Lord

No relevant interests

BRITTAN OF SPENNITHORNE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Member, International Advisory Committee, Total

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Unilever
Chairman, UBS Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank

BROERS, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Board of Trustees, American University of Sharjah
Fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge
Member, Japanese, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology
Member, Singapore, One-North Resource Advisory Panel
Member, Robert Bosch, International Advisory Committee

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, British Museum
Trustee, Gates Cambridge Trust
Board Member, Cambridge in America

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow of Royal Society
Fellow and Past President, Royal Academy of Engineering
Hon Fellow, Academy of Medical Sciences
Hon Fellow, I Mech E
Hon Fellow, IEE

BROOKE OF ALVERTHORPE, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

Senior Strategy Adviser to Accenture (£36,000 per annum plus expenses)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Taiwan (29 September-5 October 2007) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group and All-party Railways group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Community Services Volunteers (CSV)
Trustee, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)
Trustee, Action on Addiction

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (UK) EATA
Patron, Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners
Patron, Sparrow School’s Foundation

BROOKE OF SUTTON MANDEVILLE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President, British Art Market Federation (retainer of £3600 pa)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow (Trustee Emeritus), Wordsworth Trust
Fellow, Society of Antiquaries
Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Drapers
Founder Past Master, Guild of Arts Scholars, Dealers and Collectors

BROOKEBOROUGH, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Basel International (Jersey) (financial services)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Farming and tourism (self-employed)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Colonel, Irish Rangers (TA)
President, Army Benevolent Fund Northern Ireland
President, Outward Bound Northern Ireland
Chairman, Housing for the Homeless Fund, Simon Community Northern Ireland
Vice President, Somme Association Northern Ireland

BROOKMAN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Board Member, UK Steel Enterprise (previously British Steel Industry)

BROOKS OF TREMORFA, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Boxing Board of Control
Chairman, British Boxing Board of Control Charity
Chairman, Welsh Sports Hall of Fame Charity

BROUGHAM AND VAUX, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to BAE Warton, Lancashire (7/8 June 2006) with House of Lords Defence Group – travel and overnight hotel paid for by BAE

BROWNE OF BELMONT, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly (M.L.A)
Member of Belfast City Council
Member of Belfast (East) District Policing Partnership

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Somme Association, Northern Ireland

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Reserve Forces and Cadets Association, Northern Ireland

BROWN OF EATON-UNDER-HEYWOOD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

My immediate family own shares amounting to a one third interest in an old-established family business (est. 1861), HL Brown & Son Ltd, jewellers, based in Sheffield

BROWNE OF MADINGLEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Member, Deutsche Bank Advisory Board for Climate Change (28 October 2008)
Member, SFM Advisory Board (28 October 2008)
Member, Brevan Howard Advisory Board (28 October 2008)
Advisor, Valiance Infrastructure Management Company (28 October 2008)
Advisor to PCCW (Hong Kong) (16 December 2008)
Chairman, Accenture Energy Advisory Board (28 October 2008)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Managing Partner and Managing Director, Riverstone LLP
Chair of the Trustees of Tate (29 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Royal Academy of Engineering
Vice President, Flora and Fauna (28 October 2008)
Chairman, Cambridge Judge Business School Advisory Board, Cambridge
Emeritus Chairman, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Patron, King’s School, Ely
Senior Fellow, St Anthony’s College, Oxford
Fellow, Royal Society (28 October 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Hon Trustee, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Fellow, American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Trustee, Tate Gallery; Chairman, Tate Britain

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Global Counsellor, Conference Board Inc

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Cambridge University Foundation
Trustee, Needham Research Institute
Trustee, Eisenhower Fellowships
Founder and Trustee, Browne Family Trust

BROWNE-WILKINSON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of a number of not-for-profit organisations

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of a number of private trusts

BURNETT, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

I am a consultant with the Devon and Cornwall firm of Solicitors Messrs. Stephens and Scown – £48000 per year plus share of profits. The agreement is an oral agreement and so no copy is available

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Please see ante

*12(c) Remunerated services

Please see ante

*13(b) Landholdings

I am landlord of residential properties in London and Devon
I am landlord of agricultural property in Devon

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, North Devon Royal British Legion
President, Tavistock Branch Royal Marines Association
President, Tavistock Branch Mencap
President, Okehampton Argyle Football Club
President, Okehampton Small-Bore Association
President, Dartmoor Rescue Group
Advisor, Special Boat Service Association

16(a) Trusteeships

I am a trustee of a family trust. I am a beneficiary of that trust
I am trustee of numerous other trusts of which I am not a beneficiary

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Royal Marines Association
Royal British Legion
Devon Cattle Breeders Association
Dartmoor Rescue Group
Mencap
Okehampton Argyle Football Club
Okehampton Small-Bore Association
Special Boat Service Association

BURNS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig
Chairman, Glas Cymru Cyfyngedig
Chairman, Abbey National Group plc
Chairman, Alliance & Leicester plc (wef 13 October 2008) (28 October 2008)
Non-executive Director, Banco Santander
Non-executive Director, Pearson plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Governing Body, Royal Academy of Music

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra Trustees
President, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
President, Society of Business Economists
Vice President, Royal Economic Society

BUSCOMBE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, E-ven Ltd (family property company)
Non-executive Director, Three Valleys plc
Chief Executive, The Advertising Association

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My husband, Mr Philip Buscombe is Chief Executive Officer of Lyceum Capital Ltd (‘Lyceum Capital’). Lyceum Capital manages a Fund with controlling interests in the following businesses:
§ Fox IT (Fox & Digica) – UK IT Services and Consulting
§ National Britannia – UK Environmental and Health & Safety Services
§ VELO – UK Vehicle Management Services

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Fundraising Committee of PALS (Partnership for Active Leisure Scheme) (charity for physically disabled children)

BUTLER OF BROCKWELL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Marsh and McLennan International Advisory Board

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

College of St George Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, HSBC Education Trust
President, Oxford University Rugby Football Club
Trustee, Rhodes Trust
Member, Ditchley Foundation Council of Management

16(a) Trusteeships

Mitsubishi Oxford Trust

BUTLER-SLOSS, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Court of Ecclesiastical Causes Reserved (unpaid – not regular)
Interim Chair (until January 2009) of the Queen’s Counsel Selection Panel (28 November 2008)
Chairman of the QC Panel (from June 2008 until January 2009) (16 December 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of Merchant Taylors’ School (Northwood, London)
Chancellor of the University of the West of England
Chairman, St Paul’s Cathedral Advisory Council
Chairman of the Membership Panel of Nuffield Council on Bioethics
Visitor to St Hilda’s College, Oxford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Governor of Coram Family (working for vulnerable children)
Member of Church Committee, Temple Church, London
Bencher of Inner Temple
Hon Member Merchant Taylors Company
President, Grandparents Association

BYFORD, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

Two cottages in Leicestershire let at commercial rents

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Leicester University Court – term ending July 2008

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Hon Canon of Leicester Cathedral

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Concordia
President, St Leonards School, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
President, Lincolnshire Agricultural Society (2006/7)
President, Leicestershire Clubs for Young People (2005-)
Vice President, Royal Smithfield Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee on behalf of daughter and grandchildren with regard to family farm in Suffolk

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Countryside Alliance
CLA
NFU
National Trust
Hon Associate Member of the British Veterinary Association
Hon Associate Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Service
President, Royal Association of British Diary Farmers (2007/8) 2nd year/2009
President, LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) (2006-)

CAITHNESS, Earl of – CURRIE OF MARYLEBONE, Lord

CAITHNESS, Earl of

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Rickett, Tinne & Co Ltd (Residential Property Consultants)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Wick 21 Ltd (unpaid)
Director, Noss Head Estates Ltd (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Caithness Archaeology Trust (unpaid)
Convenor, Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee and Chief Executive, Clan Sinclair Trust
Trustee, Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust

CAMERON OF DILLINGTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Dillington Park Farms Ltd (farming business)
Allangrange Farming Co (farming business)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Dillington Farms & Estate (rural property management including farming, forestry, domestic and commercial let property)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Dillington Park Farms Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Part owner of Dillington Estate – consisting of agricultural property in Somerset with revenue derived from agriculture, forestry, residential and commercial lettings

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Somerset Strategic Partnership

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of Executive and Council of Country Land and Business Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Vaughan Lee Memorial Trust (managing our village hall)
Trustee of Lawes Agricultural Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Council and Board of the Royal Bath and West Agricultural Society
Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors – FRICS
Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts & Commerce – FRSA

CAMERON OF LOCHBROOM, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

University of Edinburgh Court

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Cockburn Association, Edinburgh Civic Trust
Scottish Civic Trust

CAMPBELL OF ALLOWAY, Lord

No relevant interests

CAMPBELL OF LOUGHBOROUGH, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair of the UK Sports Council (UK Sport)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of the Youth Sport Trust (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chief Executive Officer, Top Foundation (Charitable Trust)

CAMPBELL OF SURBITON, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to the Office of Disability Issues in the role of Chair of its Independent Living Review Expert Panel

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Commissioner of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Convenor of the Not Dead Yet UK Network

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the National Centre for Independent Living

CAMPBELL-SAVOURS, Lord

No relevant interests

CANTERBURY, Lord Archbishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Remunerated as holder of the office of Archbishop of Canterbury

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman (ex-officio), Church Commissioners
Joint President, Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England
Joint President (ex-officio) General Synod of the Church of England
Joint President (ex officio), Church of England Central Board of Finance
Member (ex-officio), Board of Trade
Chancellor, Canterbury Christ Church University
Governor (ex-officio) of:
Charterhouse School
Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire
President of:
Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate
Royal School of Church Music
St Edmund’s School, Canterbury
Visitor (ex-officio) of:
All Souls College, Oxford
Benenden School
Cranbrook School
Haileybury School
Harrow School
Keble College, Oxford
King’s College, London (and Presentation Fellow)
King’s School, Canterbury
St John’s School, Leatherhead
Marlborough College
Merton College, Oxford
Ridley Hall, Cambridge
Selwyn College, Cambridge
University of Kent at Canterbury
Wescott House, Cambridge
Wye College

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Lambeth Palace Library Trustees

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of:
(ex-officio), Additional Curates Society
Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome
Association of Interchurch Families
Bevan Foundation
Bocking St Mary Church Restoration Appeal
(ex-officio), British Trust for Tantur
Burrswood Centre for Healthcare and Ministry
(ex-officio) The Children’s Society
Christians Aware
Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade
(ex-officio), Church Urban Fund
(ex-officio) The Corporation of Church House
Council of Christians and Jews
Family Welfare Association
Friends of Canterbury Cathedral
Help the Homeless
(ex-officio), Incorporated Church Building Society
Lambeth and Southwark Housing Society
(ex-officio) The National Society
(ex-officio) Palestine Exploration Fund
Riding Lights Theatre Company
Royal Wanstead Children’s Foundation
Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge
South East Institute for Theological Education
St Gregory Foundation, Canterbury
St Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy
TocH
(ex-officio) United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
Wireless for the Bedridden
Joint President of:
(ex-officio) Canterbury and York Society
(ex-officio), Girls Friendly Society – Platform
(ex-officio) Guild of St Raphael
Guild of Vergers
(ex-officio), National Churches Trust
National Council for Social Concern
Vice-President, of:
Barnardo’s
Action for Blind People
Brecon Cathedral Choir Endowment Appeal
Church Army
CRISIS
Demelza House Children’s Hospice
Douai Abbey Library Appeal
Epilepsy Action
The Girls’ Brigade
Leprosy Mission
Livability
MIND (National Association for Mental Health)
Morriston Orpheus Choir
The Pilgrims
Royal College of Music
Royal National College for the Blind
Seafarers UK
Together: Working for Wellbeing
Welsh Music Guild
Trustee, of:
(ex-officio), Allchurches Trust
Archbishop of Canterbury’s Charitable Trust
(ex-officio) Bromley and Sheppard’s Colleges
Culham College Institute
Eglise Protestante Francaise de Cantorbery
Philip Usher Memorial Fund (Chair of Trustees)
Visitor (ex-officio), of:
The Dulwich Charities
Hospital of the Blessed Trinity, Guildford (Abbot’s Fund)
Whitgift Foundation
Governor (ex-officio), Sutton’s Hospital (Charterhouse), London EC1
Member, Advisory Board, ACE Trust (Art and Christianity Enquiry)

CAREY OF CLIFTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of church pension
Chairman of Church Schools Company
Chaplain, Christian Responsibility in Public Affairs

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Gloucester University
President, London School of Theology

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Bristol Cathedral Appeal
Patron, Marriage Resource
Patron, CARE
Patron, Fern Street Settlement
Patron, St John’s Church, Frome
Patron, Mildmay
Patron, Salmon Youth Centre, Bermondsey
Patron, Friends of Dagenham Parish Churchyard
Patron, ‘Education for Life’ (a Jewish Charity)
Patron, Alexandria Declaration
Patron, Legacy XS (a youth project)
Patron, Foundation for Reconciliation in the Middle East
Hon Governor, Sons of the Clergy
Co-founder and Chairman, Trustees of the World Faiths Development Dialogue
Joint President of The World Conference on Religion and Peace
Joint President, Tear Fund

16(b) Voluntary organisations

St John’s College, Nottingham
Trinity College, Bristol

CARLILE OF BERRIEW, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to Sir Ronald Hobson K.C.V.O (in connection with his business and family interests)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, 5 Bell Yard Limited (holding company of lease to part of the barristers chambers of which a member)
Non-Executive Director, Wynnstay Group plc (agricultural feed manufacturers, merchants of agricultural and country goods, fuel oil distributors)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Deputy High Court Judge
Independent Reviewer of terrorism legislation
Practising barrister (Queen’s Counsel) (9-12 Bell Yard)
Recorder
Chair (part-time), Competition Appeal Tribunal
Independent Reviewer of National Security Arrangements in N. Ireland
Proprietor, Carlile Consulting (journalism, broadcasting, lecturing)

*12(i) Visits

Three nights provision of a hotel room in The Sheraton, Tel Aviv, whilst examining counter-terrorism issues in July 2007
As Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, in August 2008 I made a day visit to Lisbon to review the counter-terrorism procedures of NetJets. I was flown there and back in one of their aircraft and given lunch.
In July 2008, as Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, I visited Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Part of this visit was paid from public funds. Three nights travel accommodation was provided by the Israeli government. My wife accompanied me at her own expense.

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Council, Royal Medical Foundation of Epsom College

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Howard League for Penal Reform
President, The Security Institute

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, White Ensign Association (charity for Royal Navy serving and former personnel)
Patron, STOP People Trafficking
Patron, No Panic

CARNEGY OF LOUR, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Member, Scottish Library Association
Vice President, Guide Association, Angus

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Scottish Landowners Federation
Member, Angus Agricultural Association
Member, Royal Highland Agricultural Association
Member, Countryside Alliance

CARR OF HADLEY, Lord

No relevant interests

CARRINGTON, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Agricultural Land, Lincolnshire
Home Farm, Buckinghamshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee Emeritus, Royal Academy
Trustee, The Foundation of the College of St. George, Windsor Castle
Vice President, Museum of Garden History

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust
Royal Fine Art Commission Trust

CARSWELL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Northern Ireland Scout Council

CARTER OF BARNES, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Board of Governors, Ashridge Business School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Royal Shakespeare Co

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, UNICEF

CARTER OF COLES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Primary Insurance Group Ltd
McKesson Information Solutions UK Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Globalsurf Ltd, Business Services
Rathbone Hamilton Fund, Investment Trust

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Globalsurf Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Life Works Community Ltd, Rehabilitation Centre

*13(b) Landholdings

Villa at La Vigie, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France
Lordship’s Farm, Dane End, Herts

16(a) Trusteeships

Carter Discretionary Settlement Trust

CATHCART, EARL

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

R.G.A. Holdings Ltd -
R.G.A Capital Ltd -
R.G.A UK Services Ltd -
R.G.A. Reinsurance UK Ltd -
-Reinsurance Group of America writes Life Reinsurance business and is wholly owned by its USA parent company
Vivien Greenock Ltd – a design company

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

See *12(e)
Underwriter at Lloyd’s

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Norfolk, including residential properties

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife is 100% owner of Vivien Greenock Ltd – a design company. Nominal value of shares total 5000

16(a) Trusteeships

I am a Trustee of a number of family trusts, from which I receive no income

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Countryside Alliance
Game Conservancy Trust
County Landowners Association
B.A.S.C

CAVENDISH OF FURNESS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Holker Holdings Ltd/Holker Estates Company Ltd
Indirectly remunerated through Holker Estates Company Ltd:
– Vitagrass Farms (Holker) Ltd
– Holbeck Homes Ltd
– Roose & Walney Sand & Gravel Company Ltd
– Cartmel Steeplechases (Holker) Ltd
Burlington Slate Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Beneficiary of a family trust which owns land in South Cumbria and South West Scotland, including residential and business property

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Flookburgh Church Building Trust
Hospice of St Mary of Furness
Guides over the Sands Trust
Leven Angling Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Park Healthcare Ltd
CTD Ltd (e.Directory.co.uk plc)
Parren Properties Ltd

CHADLINGTON, Lord

*12(a) Consultancy Agreements

As Chief Executive of Huntsworth plc (see 12(e) below) I am advising the Private Equity Industry both through its trade body and some individual private equity firms on issues currently being identified and examined by the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee. The work is part of a wider range of advice and services provided to these clients, and the remuneration (which is part of a larger sum for the wider range of services) is estimated at £30,000

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

I have a shareholding in a public company, Huntsworth plc, which has amongst its subsidiaries, companies involved in lobbying

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

100% interest (held with wife) in the Chadlington Consultancy through which consulting advice including public relations and communication advice has been provided (this is largely inactive at present because of interests in Huntsworth plc)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chief Executive, Huntsworth plc (marketing services group)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Chadlington Consultancy (50% owned by self and 50% by wife)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Fauchier Partners – Hedge Fund
Huntsworth plc (publicly listed marketing services group)
Britax Childcare Holdings Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Estate in Oxfordshire including residential properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, Bournemouth University
Visiting Fellow, Gloucestershire University
MCC Arts & Library Sub Committee
Governor, The Ditchley Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Atlantic Partnership

16(b) Voluntary organisations

MCC

CHALFONT, Lord

No relevant interests

CHALKER OF WALLASEY, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman, Africa Matters Ltd (unpaid)
Member of International Advisory Board of Lafarge et Cie
Member of Advisory Council, Merchant International Group Ltd (MIG)
Member of Africa Advisory Board, Renaissance Capital

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Group 5 Ltd (SA) Pty

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultant to The World Bank

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Africa Matters Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President of the Governing Council, Roedean School

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)
Hon Vice President, British Red Cross
Vice President, RedR
Vice President, WaterAid
Vice President, Practical Action formerly ITDG
Chairman of the Board of Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)
Member, Board Member, Member of Leadership Committee, Global Leadership Foundation (GLF)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Hives Save Lives Africa
Trustee, Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF)

CHANDOS, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Active Media Services Inc (media buying)
Capital & Regional plc (property investment and management)
Curzon Artificial Eye Limited (cinema operator and film distribution)
Easter Holdings Ltd (property development and management)
GNE Group plc (energy distribution)
Grayling International Limited (petrol retailing)
Invista European Real Estate Trust SICAF (property investment)
Moonpig.com Limited (print-on-demand greeting cards)
New Link Media Limited (media investment company)
Northbridge UK Ltd (investment management holding company)
Northbridge Management Ltd (investment management)
Northbridge Ventures Ltd (venture capital Advisory company)
Queen’s Walk Investment Limited (investment company)
RSMB Television Research Ltd (television audience research)
Steamroller Restaurants plc (restaurant operator)
Sand Aire Limited (investment management)
Scopetime Limited (consultancy)
Splash Media Limited (independent television production company)
Zone Ltd (magazine publishing and website development)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Capital & Regional plc (property investment and management)
GXS Inc (application software provider)
Moonpig.com Limited (print-on-demand greeting cards)
New Link Media Limited (media investment company)
Sand Aire Limited (investment management)
Splash Media Limited (independent television production company)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Charities Investment Managers Ltd
Director, Social Market Foundation
Director, The 21st Century Learning Initiative (UK)
President, National Kidney Research Fund
Trustee, Countess of Munster Musical Trust
Trustee, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Trustee, Charibond

CHAPMAN, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair Person, Leeds Centre for Integrated Living

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chair Person, Leeds United Disabled Organisation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair Person, Habinteg Housing Association (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Habinteg Housing Association

CHELMSFORD, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court of the University of Essex

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President of English Sabeel – working as a Christian Agency for Palestinian Liberation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Board of Christian Aid

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of St Mark’s College, Audley End (youth work)
Trustee of Hockerill Foundation (educational trust)
Trustee of Augustus Courtauld Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of WATCH (Women and the Church)
Patron of Changing Attitude
Patron of Dalit Solidarity Network UK

CHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President of Council, University of Chester
Governor, Queen’s School, Chester
Governor, King’s School, Chester
Chair, North West Forum of Faiths

CHICHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*13(b) Landholdings

Private dwelling in Portsmouth, commercially let

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Accommodation and hospitality in connection with official visits to twinned dioceses e.g. Nakuru in Kenya
Discounted fares for leading pilgrimages especially to Turkey (McCabes)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, University of Chichester
Visitor, Woodward Corporation
Visitor, Eastbourne College
Visitor, Brighton College
Visitor, Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham
Visitor, Society of St. Margaret
Visitor, Community of the Servants of the Will of God
Visitor, Community of the Holy Family

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Bishop Otter Trust
Trustee, Mother Agnes Trust
Trustee, Lizzie Lockington Trust
Director and Trustee, Chichester Diocesan Fund and Board of Finance (incorporated)
Director and Trustee, Lobswood Ltd (Trust supporting Community of the Servants of the Will of God)

CHIDGEY, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Botswana (1-18 April 2006) at the invitation of the Botswana Government as part of an All-party visit to investigate various issues including HIV/Aids, sustainable wildlife, relocation in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and diversification of the economy; also to understand better the help and support that is being sought from the UK by the Government of Botswana
Attendance at the Transatlantic Leadership Academy Seminar, Salzburg, Austria (11-12 April 2008). Travel and accommodation provided and funded by the State Legislative Leaders Foundation
Attendance at the 8th Doha Forum for Democracy, Development and Trade (13-16 April 2008). Travel and accommodation provided and funded by the State of Qatar
Attendance at the State Legislative Leaders Foundation forum – “America’s Vote: The New Political Landscape”, Charleston SC (4-6 December 2008) – provision of meals, accommodation and conference registration costs (20 January 2009)

*13(b) Landholdings

Joint owner of five commercially rented domestic properties in Southsea

CHILVER, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Controlling interest in Lawren Limited (management consultants)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Court of Cranfield University

CHITNIS, Lord

No relevant interests

CHOLMONDELEY, Marquess of

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Cheshire and Norfolk, including residential properties

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Alice Trust

CHORLEY, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Let cottage in Cumbria

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Association for Geographic Information
Hon Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
Vice President, Council for National Parks
Vice President, Friends of the Lake District

CHRISTOPHER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Self-employed Consultant (Sellafield Ltd is a client)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director (Chairman), TU Fund Managers Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Trade Union Unit Trust Charitable Trust
Trustee, Douglas Houghton Memorial Fund

CLARK OF CALTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senator of the College of Justice (Court of Session, Scotland)
Non-practising member of the Scottish and English Bars

*13(b) Landholdings

House in Dundee
Flat in Paris jointly owned with my husband
Rental income from flat in London

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Bencher of Inner Temple

CLARK OF WINDERMERE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Engage Mutual Assurance Ltd
Non-executive Director, Homeowners Ltd
Non-executive Director, Thales UK plc
Non-executive Director, Carlisle United AFC (1921) Ltd
Non-executive Director, Sellafield Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Forestry Commission

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Lake District National Park Partnership

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Vindolanda Trust
Chair, Gravetye Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron of Durham Wildlife Trust
President, Lake District and North Lancashire Ramblers’ Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of UK Defence Forum

CLARKE OF HAMPSTEAD, Lord

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

On 20 November 2007 the costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Visit to Paris, France (28 June 2008) – participation in International Iran freedom rally. Fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, RAF Museum, Hendon
Trustee, Alma Hospital Trust (hospital in Pakistan)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, ALMA Hospital Trust charity (hospital building in Pakistan)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Labour Friends of Israel
Member, One World Action

CLEMENT-JONES, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Partner of DLA Piper (international law firm) and Co-Chairman of its global government relations practice which advises clients on government and parliamentary matters.
The member is paid £61,000 in respect of his services as Co-Chairman of DLA Piper’s global government relations practice
The member acts personally for TransMedics Inc, a medical technology manufacturer
The member acts personally for Eli Lilly and Company, the pharmaceutical manufacturer
The member acts personally for University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, The Context Group Limited

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner DLA Piper

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial assistance paid for by DLA Piper

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Haileybury (Haileybury and Imperial Service College)
Chairman of Council, School of Pharmacy University of London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Treehouse Trust (education charity for autistic children)
Chairman, Lambeth Crime Prevention Trust (Flipside)
Director, British American Business
Patron, Tymes Trust
Patron, Lambeth E-Learning Foundation
Committee Member 48 Group Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, CentreForum

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Survival
RSA

CLINTON-DAVIS, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, British Airline Pilots Association

CLYDE, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Royal Blind Asylum and School
President, Edinburgh & Lothians Branch of S.S.A.F.A Forces Help

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Garscube Enterprises Ltd
Director, Scottish Episcopal Church Nominees
Hon Vice President, Scottish Lawyers European Group
Member, Advisory Committee of Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies
Member, Scottish Council of the European Movement

COBBOLD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Lytton Enterprises Ltd (commercial exploitation of family home, Knebworth House, as a tourist attraction) (currently unpaid)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Lytton Enterprises Ltd (commercial exploitation of family home, Knebworth House, as a tourist attraction)

*13(b) Landholdings

Beneficial owner of part of the Knebworth Estate in Hertfordshire including residential properties, and tenant farmland

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow and former Governor and President of the Development Committee, University of Hertfordshire
Deputy Lieutenant, Hertfordshire
Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Knebworth Twinning Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Knebworth House Education and Preservation Trust
Trustee, Pilgrim Trust
Chairman and Trustee, St Mary’s and St Martin’s Preservation Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member and former office holder, Historic Houses Association

COE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Seb Coe Health Clubs – Jarvis Hotels
Special Advisor, Nike International
Member of the Advisory Board of Carlton Partners LLP

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

0800 Reverse
Chairman of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
The Complete Leisure Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Sports Columnist, Daily Telegraph

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, FIFA Ethics Commission (unpaid)

16(a) Trusteeships

Youth Sports Trust
The British University in Egypt
Sebastian Coe Foundation

COHEN OF PIMLICO, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, LSE plc (London Stock Exchange)
Non-executive Director, MCG Plc
Non-executive Chairman, Freshwater UK Plc (4 November 2008)
Vice Chairman, Borsa Italiana SpA
Non-executive Chairman, Trillium Partners Ltd (4 November 2008)
Chairman, Inviseo Media Holdings Plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, St Edmunds College, Cambridge
Hon. Fellow, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust

COLVILLE OF CULROSS, Viscount

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Assistant Surveillance Commissioner, under Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 and Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Act 2000

COLWYN, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, British Fluoridation Society

CONDON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

I serve on the Advisory Board of Vidient Systems Inc (surveillance software) who are based in Sunnyvale, California. I am not paid for this role but I have been given share options

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Director, Group 4 Securicor plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Anti Corruption Unit of the International Cricket Council

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, St Peter’s College, Oxford

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Life Member, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO)
President of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) (unpaid)

COPE OF BERKELEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Company Director, Carlton Club (London) Ltd (unpaid)
Company Director, Carlton Trustees (London) Ltd (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Opposition Chief Whip, House of Lords (until 26 July 2007)

*12(i) Visits

Guest lecturer with Saga Cruises for two and a half weeks in March/April 2008, Sri Lanka to Malta, accompanied by wife (hospitality, no remuneration)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Conservative Archive at the Bodleian Library

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, War Memorials Trust
Chairman, Carlton Club
Patron, Avon Riding for the Disabled (Bristol)
Patron, Kids for Kids (Sudan Charity)
Patron, Vigilant Trust (Customs and Excise Charity)
Patron, Friends of the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (Bath)

CORBETT OF CASTLE VALE, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Hungary (21-23 March) with All-party EU Accession Group. Fare paid through Parliamentary travel scheme. Accommodation and hospitality provided by Hungarian Parliament
Visit to Romania (29 May-2 June). Fare paid through Parliamentary travel scheme. Accommodation and hospitality provided by Romanian Parliament
Visit to Liverpool (23-24 June 2006) with my wife, with European Capital of Culture 2008 All-party Parliamentary Group – accommodation and hospitality paid for by Liverpool Culture Company
Visit to Paris, France (28/29 June 2008) – participation in International Iran freedom rally. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Visit to Ottawa, Toronto, Canada – single air fare for self and wife; overnight hotel, transport, dinner and lunch paid for by members of the Toronto Iranian Association
Study tour to Romania (31 August – 5 September 2008) – Transport and expenses paid for by the Rail Freight Group
Visit to Washington DC (14-19 September 2008)- Return air fare paid for by National Council of Resistance of Iran; hotel, meals and transport provided by the Iranian-American Community of Georgia
Study tour of Cyprus. Travel and subsistence paid by EUT – hotel, refreshments, transport paid by House of Representatives, Nicosia (20 January 2009)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of whom I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of the Iranian Resistance

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Castle Vale Neighbourhood Partnership Board, Birmingham
President, Josiah Mason College, Erdington, Birmingham
Ambassador, Advantage West Midlands

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

The Member is an office-holder in various all-party parliamentary groups; details will be found in the register of all-parliamentary groups at http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmparty/memi01.htm

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Training for Life
Patron, Hospice of St. Francis, Berkhamsted, Herts
Patron, Chilterns MS Centre, Halton, Bucks
Patron, Hope for Children
Vice-President, Birchfield Harriers, Birmingham

CORSTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

March-December 2006 – Consultant to the Government to conduct a Review of Vulnerable Women in the Criminal Justice System. Fee £15,000

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi (10-18 February 2008) to meet State and National Ministers, Industrialists, academics and representatives of business organisations and to visit a DfID funded project – all transport, accommodation and meals provided by the Government of India
Visit to New York (8-12 July 2008) as a member of the Howard League for Penal Reform Commission on English Prisons Today to meet state and local officials and penal campaigners, and visit prisons, courts and non-governmental organisations involved in the criminal justice system – all transport, accommodation and meals provided by the Howard League for Penal Reform

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of the RSA (25 November 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Bristol Family Mediation Service (28 October 2008)
Patron, Battle Against Tranquilisers (28 October 2008)
Patron, Bristol Children’s Playhouse (28 October 2008)
Patron, Addiction Recovery Agency, Bristol (28 October 2008)
Patron, Organisation for Sickle Cell Anaemia Research (OSCAR) (28 October 2008)
Patron of the Meningitis Trust (25 November 2008)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Transport & General Workers’ Union

COTTER, Lord

*12(i) Visits

(28-29 June 2008) – Participation in International Iran Freedom rally, Paris France. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran. I was accompanied by Lady Cotter whose costs were included by the Iranian Group

COURTOWN, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Cotswold Estate Services Limited (forestry and landscape consultants and contractors)

*13(b) Landholdings

Residual estate in Co Wexford, Ireland

COUSSINS, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

I run a company, Jean Coussins Consulting Ltd, which provides consultancy services to business on corporate responsibility. My clients to date have been from the food and drinks industries

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

I am a non-executive Director of the Advertising Standards Authority Ltd and the Advertising Standards (Broadcast) Authority Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultancy income – see entry under paragraph 12(d)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of Channing School

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, British School of Osteopathy (27 December 2008)
Patron, On the Shoulders of Giants (a theatre company) (27 December 2008)

COX, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive, Humanitarion Aid Relief Trust (HART)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, Emmanuel College, Gateshead
Hon Vice President, Royal College of Nursing
President, Dean Close School
Vice President, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Chancellor, Liverpool Hope University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, MERLIN (Medical Emergency Relief International)
Trustee, Andrei Sakharov Foundation
Trustee, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
Trustee, Chernobyl Relief Foundation
Trustee, Siberian Medical University, Tomsk
Chairman, IICORR (International Islamic Christian Organisation for Reconciliation and Reconstruction)
Co-Director, Educational Research Trust

CRAIG OF RADLEY, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Malaysia in August 2007 as member CPTM
(All these visits are expenses only – no remuneration involved)
Attended with the House of Lords Defence Group, a visit to BAE systems in Leicester on 5 December for which travelling expenses and lunch were provided by the Company
Visit to Zambia in July 2008 as member CPTM (expenses only)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow, Commonwealth Partnership for Technology Management Ltd (CPTM)
President (RAF), “Not Forgotten” Association
President, Royal Air Force Club
Vice Chairman of Council, RAF Benevolent Fund
Vice President, Forces Pension Society
Vice President, Royal Star and Garter Home

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Member, RAFA

CRAIGAVON, Viscount

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees and the Executive Committee, Anglo-Austrian Society (a charity)

CRATHORNE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Hand Picked Hotels
Consultant to Von Essen Hotels

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Court of Hull University
Court of York University
Lord Lieutenant for North Yorkshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Trustees, Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
President, Georgian Group (Statutory Amenity Society)
Trustee, Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond, North Yorkshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Justices of the Peace, North Yorkshire
Chairman, Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Tax, North Yorkshire
Chairman, Works of Art Committee, House of Lords
Editorial Board, House Magazine
Hon Secretary, All-Party Parliamentary Arts and Heritage Group
President, Cleveland and South Durham Magistrates Association
President, North Yorkshire County Scouts Council
President, St Johns, North Yorkshire Branch
President, Yorkshire and Humberside RFCA (Reserve Forces and Cadets Association)
Vice President, North of England RFCA

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Society of Arts

CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, Earl of

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Balcarres Heritage Trust Ltd (a registered charity)

CRAWLEY, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary as a Government whip

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from a flat in Devon

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Breast Cancer Campaign
Patron, Heart Failure Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Labour Party

CRICKHOWELL, Lord

No relevant interests

CRISP, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Occasional consultancy on health matters nationally and internationally
Strategy consultant to HLM Architects
Member of Public Sector Advisory Board, Doctors.net.uk
Task Force Chair, Global Health Workforce Alliance as consultant to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of Florence Nightingale Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Rand Europe
Member of Council of British Heart Foundation
Chair of Sightsavers International

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of CPRE – Campaign to Protect Rural England
Amnesty International

CROHAM, Lord

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Anglo-German Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Governor, National Institute for Economic and Social Research

CULLEN OF WHITEKIRK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of the Board of The Signet Accreditation Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Bute House Trust
Trustee of the Buildings of Scotland Trust
President, Saltire Society

CUMBERLEGE, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Director, Cumberlege Connections Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Cumberlege Connections Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Sussex University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Trustees, Chailey Heritage School
Trustee, Cancer Research UK
Trustee, Leeds Castle Foundation
Senior Associate, King’s Fund
Vice President, Royal College of Nursing
Vice President, Royal College of Midwives

CUNNINGHAM OF FELLING, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Partner, Brinkburn Associates (political and public policy consultancy)
Advisor to the Corporation of the City of London

CURRIE OF MARYLEBONE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Dubai Financial Services Authority
Chairman, Trillium Investment Partners
Non-executive Director, BDO Stoy Hayward
Non-executive Director, Royal Mail

CAITHNESS, Earl of – CURRIE OF MARYLEBONE, Lord

CAITHNESS, Earl of

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Rickett, Tinne & Co Ltd (Residential Property Consultants)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Wick 21 Ltd (unpaid)
Director, Noss Head Estates Ltd (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Caithness Archaeology Trust (unpaid)
Convenor, Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee and Chief Executive, Clan Sinclair Trust
Trustee, Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust

CAMERON OF DILLINGTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Dillington Park Farms Ltd (farming business)
Allangrange Farming Co (farming business)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Dillington Farms & Estate (rural property management including farming, forestry, domestic and commercial let property)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Dillington Park Farms Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Part owner of Dillington Estate – consisting of agricultural property in Somerset with revenue derived from agriculture, forestry, residential and commercial lettings

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Somerset Strategic Partnership

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of Executive and Council of Country Land and Business Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Vaughan Lee Memorial Trust (managing our village hall)
Trustee of Lawes Agricultural Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Council and Board of the Royal Bath and West Agricultural Society
Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors – FRICS
Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts & Commerce – FRSA

CAMERON OF LOCHBROOM, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

University of Edinburgh Court

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Cockburn Association, Edinburgh Civic Trust
Scottish Civic Trust

CAMPBELL OF ALLOWAY, Lord

No relevant interests

CAMPBELL OF LOUGHBOROUGH, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair of the UK Sports Council (UK Sport)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of the Youth Sport Trust (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chief Executive Officer, Top Foundation (Charitable Trust)

CAMPBELL OF SURBITON, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to the Office of Disability Issues in the role of Chair of its Independent Living Review Expert Panel

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Commissioner of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Convenor of the Not Dead Yet UK Network

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the National Centre for Independent Living

CAMPBELL-SAVOURS, Lord

No relevant interests

CANTERBURY, Lord Archbishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Remunerated as holder of the office of Archbishop of Canterbury

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman (ex-officio), Church Commissioners
Joint President, Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England
Joint President (ex-officio) General Synod of the Church of England
Joint President (ex officio), Church of England Central Board of Finance
Member (ex-officio), Board of Trade
Chancellor, Canterbury Christ Church University
Governor (ex-officio) of:
Charterhouse School
Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire
President of:
Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate
Royal School of Church Music
St Edmund’s School, Canterbury
Visitor (ex-officio) of:
All Souls College, Oxford
Benenden School
Cranbrook School
Haileybury School
Harrow School
Keble College, Oxford
King’s College, London (and Presentation Fellow)
King’s School, Canterbury
St John’s School, Leatherhead
Marlborough College
Merton College, Oxford
Ridley Hall, Cambridge
Selwyn College, Cambridge
University of Kent at Canterbury
Wescott House, Cambridge
Wye College

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Lambeth Palace Library Trustees

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of:
(ex-officio), Additional Curates Society
Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome
Association of Interchurch Families
Bevan Foundation
Bocking St Mary Church Restoration Appeal
(ex-officio), British Trust for Tantur
Burrswood Centre for Healthcare and Ministry
(ex-officio) The Children’s Society
Christians Aware
Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade
(ex-officio), Church Urban Fund
(ex-officio) The Corporation of Church House
Council of Christians and Jews
Family Welfare Association
Friends of Canterbury Cathedral
Help the Homeless
(ex-officio), Incorporated Church Building Society
Lambeth and Southwark Housing Society
(ex-officio) The National Society
(ex-officio) Palestine Exploration Fund
Riding Lights Theatre Company
Royal Wanstead Children’s Foundation
Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge
South East Institute for Theological Education
St Gregory Foundation, Canterbury
St Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy
TocH
(ex-officio) United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
Wireless for the Bedridden
Joint President of:
(ex-officio) Canterbury and York Society
(ex-officio), Girls Friendly Society – Platform
(ex-officio) Guild of St Raphael
Guild of Vergers
(ex-officio), National Churches Trust
National Council for Social Concern
Vice-President, of:
Barnardo’s
Action for Blind People
Brecon Cathedral Choir Endowment Appeal
Church Army
CRISIS
Demelza House Children’s Hospice
Douai Abbey Library Appeal
Epilepsy Action
The Girls’ Brigade
Leprosy Mission
Livability
MIND (National Association for Mental Health)
Morriston Orpheus Choir
The Pilgrims
Royal College of Music
Royal National College for the Blind
Seafarers UK
Together: Working for Wellbeing
Welsh Music Guild
Trustee, of:
(ex-officio), Allchurches Trust
Archbishop of Canterbury’s Charitable Trust
(ex-officio) Bromley and Sheppard’s Colleges
Culham College Institute
Eglise Protestante Francaise de Cantorbery
Philip Usher Memorial Fund (Chair of Trustees)
Visitor (ex-officio), of:
The Dulwich Charities
Hospital of the Blessed Trinity, Guildford (Abbot’s Fund)
Whitgift Foundation
Governor (ex-officio), Sutton’s Hospital (Charterhouse), London EC1
Member, Advisory Board, ACE Trust (Art and Christianity Enquiry)

CAREY OF CLIFTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of church pension
Chairman of Church Schools Company
Chaplain, Christian Responsibility in Public Affairs

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Gloucester University
President, London School of Theology

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Bristol Cathedral Appeal
Patron, Marriage Resource
Patron, CARE
Patron, Fern Street Settlement
Patron, St John’s Church, Frome
Patron, Mildmay
Patron, Salmon Youth Centre, Bermondsey
Patron, Friends of Dagenham Parish Churchyard
Patron, ‘Education for Life’ (a Jewish Charity)
Patron, Alexandria Declaration
Patron, Legacy XS (a youth project)
Patron, Foundation for Reconciliation in the Middle East
Hon Governor, Sons of the Clergy
Co-founder and Chairman, Trustees of the World Faiths Development Dialogue
Joint President of The World Conference on Religion and Peace
Joint President, Tear Fund

16(b) Voluntary organisations

St John’s College, Nottingham
Trinity College, Bristol

CARLILE OF BERRIEW, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to Sir Ronald Hobson K.C.V.O (in connection with his business and family interests)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, 5 Bell Yard Limited (holding company of lease to part of the barristers chambers of which a member)
Non-Executive Director, Wynnstay Group plc (agricultural feed manufacturers, merchants of agricultural and country goods, fuel oil distributors)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Deputy High Court Judge
Independent Reviewer of terrorism legislation
Practising barrister (Queen’s Counsel) (9-12 Bell Yard)
Recorder
Chair (part-time), Competition Appeal Tribunal
Independent Reviewer of National Security Arrangements in N. Ireland
Proprietor, Carlile Consulting (journalism, broadcasting, lecturing)

*12(i) Visits

Three nights provision of a hotel room in The Sheraton, Tel Aviv, whilst examining counter-terrorism issues in July 2007
As Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, in August 2008 I made a day visit to Lisbon to review the counter-terrorism procedures of NetJets. I was flown there and back in one of their aircraft and given lunch.
In July 2008, as Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, I visited Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Part of this visit was paid from public funds. Three nights travel accommodation was provided by the Israeli government. My wife accompanied me at her own expense.

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Council, Royal Medical Foundation of Epsom College

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Howard League for Penal Reform
President, The Security Institute

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, White Ensign Association (charity for Royal Navy serving and former personnel)
Patron, STOP People Trafficking
Patron, No Panic

CARNEGY OF LOUR, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Member, Scottish Library Association
Vice President, Guide Association, Angus

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Scottish Landowners Federation
Member, Angus Agricultural Association
Member, Royal Highland Agricultural Association
Member, Countryside Alliance

CARR OF HADLEY, Lord

No relevant interests

CARRINGTON, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Agricultural Land, Lincolnshire
Home Farm, Buckinghamshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee Emeritus, Royal Academy
Trustee, The Foundation of the College of St. George, Windsor Castle
Vice President, Museum of Garden History

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust
Royal Fine Art Commission Trust

CARSWELL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Northern Ireland Scout Council

CARTER OF BARNES, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Board of Governors, Ashridge Business School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Royal Shakespeare Co

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, UNICEF

CARTER OF COLES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Primary Insurance Group Ltd
McKesson Information Solutions UK Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Globalsurf Ltd, Business Services
Rathbone Hamilton Fund, Investment Trust

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Globalsurf Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Life Works Community Ltd, Rehabilitation Centre

*13(b) Landholdings

Villa at La Vigie, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France
Lordship’s Farm, Dane End, Herts

16(a) Trusteeships

Carter Discretionary Settlement Trust

CATHCART, EARL

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

R.G.A. Holdings Ltd -
R.G.A Capital Ltd -
R.G.A UK Services Ltd -
R.G.A. Reinsurance UK Ltd -
-Reinsurance Group of America writes Life Reinsurance business and is wholly owned by its USA parent company
Vivien Greenock Ltd – a design company

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

See *12(e)
Underwriter at Lloyd’s

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Norfolk, including residential properties

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife is 100% owner of Vivien Greenock Ltd – a design company. Nominal value of shares total 5000

16(a) Trusteeships

I am a Trustee of a number of family trusts, from which I receive no income

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Countryside Alliance
Game Conservancy Trust
County Landowners Association
B.A.S.C

CAVENDISH OF FURNESS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Holker Holdings Ltd/Holker Estates Company Ltd
Indirectly remunerated through Holker Estates Company Ltd:
– Vitagrass Farms (Holker) Ltd
– Holbeck Homes Ltd
– Roose & Walney Sand & Gravel Company Ltd
– Cartmel Steeplechases (Holker) Ltd
Burlington Slate Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Beneficiary of a family trust which owns land in South Cumbria and South West Scotland, including residential and business property

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Flookburgh Church Building Trust
Hospice of St Mary of Furness
Guides over the Sands Trust
Leven Angling Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Park Healthcare Ltd
CTD Ltd (e.Directory.co.uk plc)
Parren Properties Ltd

CHADLINGTON, Lord

*12(a) Consultancy Agreements

As Chief Executive of Huntsworth plc (see 12(e) below) I am advising the Private Equity Industry both through its trade body and some individual private equity firms on issues currently being identified and examined by the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee. The work is part of a wider range of advice and services provided to these clients, and the remuneration (which is part of a larger sum for the wider range of services) is estimated at £30,000

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

I have a shareholding in a public company, Huntsworth plc, which has amongst its subsidiaries, companies involved in lobbying

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

100% interest (held with wife) in the Chadlington Consultancy through which consulting advice including public relations and communication advice has been provided (this is largely inactive at present because of interests in Huntsworth plc)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chief Executive, Huntsworth plc (marketing services group)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Chadlington Consultancy (50% owned by self and 50% by wife)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Fauchier Partners – Hedge Fund
Huntsworth plc (publicly listed marketing services group)
Britax Childcare Holdings Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Estate in Oxfordshire including residential properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, Bournemouth University
Visiting Fellow, Gloucestershire University
MCC Arts & Library Sub Committee
Governor, The Ditchley Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Atlantic Partnership

16(b) Voluntary organisations

MCC

CHALFONT, Lord

No relevant interests

CHALKER OF WALLASEY, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman, Africa Matters Ltd (unpaid)
Member of International Advisory Board of Lafarge et Cie
Member of Advisory Council, Merchant International Group Ltd (MIG)
Member of Africa Advisory Board, Renaissance Capital

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Group 5 Ltd (SA) Pty

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultant to The World Bank

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Africa Matters Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President of the Governing Council, Roedean School

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)
Hon Vice President, British Red Cross
Vice President, RedR
Vice President, WaterAid
Vice President, Practical Action formerly ITDG
Chairman of the Board of Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)
Member, Board Member, Member of Leadership Committee, Global Leadership Foundation (GLF)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Hives Save Lives Africa
Trustee, Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF)

CHANDOS, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Active Media Services Inc (media buying)
Capital & Regional plc (property investment and management)
Curzon Artificial Eye Limited (cinema operator and film distribution)
Easter Holdings Ltd (property development and management)
GNE Group plc (energy distribution)
Grayling International Limited (petrol retailing)
Invista European Real Estate Trust SICAF (property investment)
Moonpig.com Limited (print-on-demand greeting cards)
New Link Media Limited (media investment company)
Northbridge UK Ltd (investment management holding company)
Northbridge Management Ltd (investment management)
Northbridge Ventures Ltd (venture capital Advisory company)
Queen’s Walk Investment Limited (investment company)
RSMB Television Research Ltd (television audience research)
Steamroller Restaurants plc (restaurant operator)
Sand Aire Limited (investment management)
Scopetime Limited (consultancy)
Splash Media Limited (independent television production company)
Zone Ltd (magazine publishing and website development)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Capital & Regional plc (property investment and management)
GXS Inc (application software provider)
Moonpig.com Limited (print-on-demand greeting cards)
New Link Media Limited (media investment company)
Sand Aire Limited (investment management)
Splash Media Limited (independent television production company)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Charities Investment Managers Ltd
Director, Social Market Foundation
Director, The 21st Century Learning Initiative (UK)
President, National Kidney Research Fund
Trustee, Countess of Munster Musical Trust
Trustee, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Trustee, Charibond

CHAPMAN, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair Person, Leeds Centre for Integrated Living

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chair Person, Leeds United Disabled Organisation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair Person, Habinteg Housing Association (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Habinteg Housing Association

CHELMSFORD, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court of the University of Essex

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President of English Sabeel – working as a Christian Agency for Palestinian Liberation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Board of Christian Aid

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of St Mark’s College, Audley End (youth work)
Trustee of Hockerill Foundation (educational trust)
Trustee of Augustus Courtauld Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of WATCH (Women and the Church)
Patron of Changing Attitude
Patron of Dalit Solidarity Network UK

CHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President of Council, University of Chester
Governor, Queen’s School, Chester
Governor, King’s School, Chester
Chair, North West Forum of Faiths

CHICHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*13(b) Landholdings

Private dwelling in Portsmouth, commercially let

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Accommodation and hospitality in connection with official visits to twinned dioceses e.g. Nakuru in Kenya
Discounted fares for leading pilgrimages especially to Turkey (McCabes)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, University of Chichester
Visitor, Woodward Corporation
Visitor, Eastbourne College
Visitor, Brighton College
Visitor, Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham
Visitor, Society of St. Margaret
Visitor, Community of the Servants of the Will of God
Visitor, Community of the Holy Family

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Bishop Otter Trust
Trustee, Mother Agnes Trust
Trustee, Lizzie Lockington Trust
Director and Trustee, Chichester Diocesan Fund and Board of Finance (incorporated)
Director and Trustee, Lobswood Ltd (Trust supporting Community of the Servants of the Will of God)

CHIDGEY, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Botswana (1-18 April 2006) at the invitation of the Botswana Government as part of an All-party visit to investigate various issues including HIV/Aids, sustainable wildlife, relocation in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and diversification of the economy; also to understand better the help and support that is being sought from the UK by the Government of Botswana
Attendance at the Transatlantic Leadership Academy Seminar, Salzburg, Austria (11-12 April 2008). Travel and accommodation provided and funded by the State Legislative Leaders Foundation
Attendance at the 8th Doha Forum for Democracy, Development and Trade (13-16 April 2008). Travel and accommodation provided and funded by the State of Qatar
Attendance at the State Legislative Leaders Foundation forum – “America’s Vote: The New Political Landscape”, Charleston SC (4-6 December 2008) – provision of meals, accommodation and conference registration costs (20 January 2009)

*13(b) Landholdings

Joint owner of five commercially rented domestic properties in Southsea

CHILVER, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Controlling interest in Lawren Limited (management consultants)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Court of Cranfield University

CHITNIS, Lord

No relevant interests

CHOLMONDELEY, Marquess of

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Cheshire and Norfolk, including residential properties

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Alice Trust

CHORLEY, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Let cottage in Cumbria

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Association for Geographic Information
Hon Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
Vice President, Council for National Parks
Vice President, Friends of the Lake District

CHRISTOPHER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Self-employed Consultant (Sellafield Ltd is a client)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director (Chairman), TU Fund Managers Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Trade Union Unit Trust Charitable Trust
Trustee, Douglas Houghton Memorial Fund

CLARK OF CALTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senator of the College of Justice (Court of Session, Scotland)
Non-practising member of the Scottish and English Bars

*13(b) Landholdings

House in Dundee
Flat in Paris jointly owned with my husband
Rental income from flat in London

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Bencher of Inner Temple

CLARK OF WINDERMERE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Engage Mutual Assurance Ltd
Non-executive Director, Homeowners Ltd
Non-executive Director, Thales UK plc
Non-executive Director, Carlisle United AFC (1921) Ltd
Non-executive Director, Sellafield Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Forestry Commission

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Lake District National Park Partnership

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Vindolanda Trust
Chair, Gravetye Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron of Durham Wildlife Trust
President, Lake District and North Lancashire Ramblers’ Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of UK Defence Forum

CLARKE OF HAMPSTEAD, Lord

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

On 20 November 2007 the costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Visit to Paris, France (28 June 2008) – participation in International Iran freedom rally. Fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, RAF Museum, Hendon
Trustee, Alma Hospital Trust (hospital in Pakistan)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, ALMA Hospital Trust charity (hospital building in Pakistan)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Labour Friends of Israel
Member, One World Action

CLEMENT-JONES, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Partner of DLA Piper (international law firm) and Co-Chairman of its global government relations practice which advises clients on government and parliamentary matters.
The member is paid £61,000 in respect of his services as Co-Chairman of DLA Piper’s global government relations practice
The member acts personally for TransMedics Inc, a medical technology manufacturer
The member acts personally for Eli Lilly and Company, the pharmaceutical manufacturer
The member acts personally for University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, The Context Group Limited

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner DLA Piper

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial assistance paid for by DLA Piper

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Haileybury (Haileybury and Imperial Service College)
Chairman of Council, School of Pharmacy University of London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Treehouse Trust (education charity for autistic children)
Chairman, Lambeth Crime Prevention Trust (Flipside)
Director, British American Business
Patron, Tymes Trust
Patron, Lambeth E-Learning Foundation
Committee Member 48 Group Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, CentreForum

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Survival
RSA

CLINTON-DAVIS, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, British Airline Pilots Association

CLYDE, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Royal Blind Asylum and School
President, Edinburgh & Lothians Branch of S.S.A.F.A Forces Help

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Garscube Enterprises Ltd
Director, Scottish Episcopal Church Nominees
Hon Vice President, Scottish Lawyers European Group
Member, Advisory Committee of Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies
Member, Scottish Council of the European Movement

COBBOLD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Lytton Enterprises Ltd (commercial exploitation of family home, Knebworth House, as a tourist attraction) (currently unpaid)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Lytton Enterprises Ltd (commercial exploitation of family home, Knebworth House, as a tourist attraction)

*13(b) Landholdings

Beneficial owner of part of the Knebworth Estate in Hertfordshire including residential properties, and tenant farmland

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow and former Governor and President of the Development Committee, University of Hertfordshire
Deputy Lieutenant, Hertfordshire
Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Knebworth Twinning Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Knebworth House Education and Preservation Trust
Trustee, Pilgrim Trust
Chairman and Trustee, St Mary’s and St Martin’s Preservation Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member and former office holder, Historic Houses Association

COE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Seb Coe Health Clubs – Jarvis Hotels
Special Advisor, Nike International
Member of the Advisory Board of Carlton Partners LLP

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

0800 Reverse
Chairman of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
The Complete Leisure Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Sports Columnist, Daily Telegraph

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, FIFA Ethics Commission (unpaid)

16(a) Trusteeships

Youth Sports Trust
The British University in Egypt
Sebastian Coe Foundation

COHEN OF PIMLICO, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, LSE plc (London Stock Exchange)
Non-executive Director, MCG Plc
Non-executive Chairman, Freshwater UK Plc (4 November 2008)
Vice Chairman, Borsa Italiana SpA
Non-executive Chairman, Trillium Partners Ltd (4 November 2008)
Chairman, Inviseo Media Holdings Plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, St Edmunds College, Cambridge
Hon. Fellow, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust

COLVILLE OF CULROSS, Viscount

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Assistant Surveillance Commissioner, under Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 and Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Act 2000

COLWYN, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, British Fluoridation Society

CONDON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

I serve on the Advisory Board of Vidient Systems Inc (surveillance software) who are based in Sunnyvale, California. I am not paid for this role but I have been given share options

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Director, Group 4 Securicor plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Anti Corruption Unit of the International Cricket Council

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, St Peter’s College, Oxford

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Life Member, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO)
President of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) (unpaid)

COPE OF BERKELEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Company Director, Carlton Club (London) Ltd (unpaid)
Company Director, Carlton Trustees (London) Ltd (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Opposition Chief Whip, House of Lords (until 26 July 2007)

*12(i) Visits

Guest lecturer with Saga Cruises for two and a half weeks in March/April 2008, Sri Lanka to Malta, accompanied by wife (hospitality, no remuneration)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Conservative Archive at the Bodleian Library

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, War Memorials Trust
Chairman, Carlton Club
Patron, Avon Riding for the Disabled (Bristol)
Patron, Kids for Kids (Sudan Charity)
Patron, Vigilant Trust (Customs and Excise Charity)
Patron, Friends of the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (Bath)

CORBETT OF CASTLE VALE, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Hungary (21-23 March) with All-party EU Accession Group. Fare paid through Parliamentary travel scheme. Accommodation and hospitality provided by Hungarian Parliament
Visit to Romania (29 May-2 June). Fare paid through Parliamentary travel scheme. Accommodation and hospitality provided by Romanian Parliament
Visit to Liverpool (23-24 June 2006) with my wife, with European Capital of Culture 2008 All-party Parliamentary Group – accommodation and hospitality paid for by Liverpool Culture Company
Visit to Paris, France (28/29 June 2008) – participation in International Iran freedom rally. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Visit to Ottawa, Toronto, Canada – single air fare for self and wife; overnight hotel, transport, dinner and lunch paid for by members of the Toronto Iranian Association
Study tour to Romania (31 August – 5 September 2008) – Transport and expenses paid for by the Rail Freight Group
Visit to Washington DC (14-19 September 2008)- Return air fare paid for by National Council of Resistance of Iran; hotel, meals and transport provided by the Iranian-American Community of Georgia
Study tour of Cyprus. Travel and subsistence paid by EUT – hotel, refreshments, transport paid by House of Representatives, Nicosia (20 January 2009)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of whom I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of the Iranian Resistance

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Castle Vale Neighbourhood Partnership Board, Birmingham
President, Josiah Mason College, Erdington, Birmingham
Ambassador, Advantage West Midlands

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

The Member is an office-holder in various all-party parliamentary groups; details will be found in the register of all-parliamentary groups at http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmparty/memi01.htm

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Training for Life
Patron, Hospice of St. Francis, Berkhamsted, Herts
Patron, Chilterns MS Centre, Halton, Bucks
Patron, Hope for Children
Vice-President, Birchfield Harriers, Birmingham

CORSTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

March-December 2006 – Consultant to the Government to conduct a Review of Vulnerable Women in the Criminal Justice System. Fee £15,000

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi (10-18 February 2008) to meet State and National Ministers, Industrialists, academics and representatives of business organisations and to visit a DfID funded project – all transport, accommodation and meals provided by the Government of India
Visit to New York (8-12 July 2008) as a member of the Howard League for Penal Reform Commission on English Prisons Today to meet state and local officials and penal campaigners, and visit prisons, courts and non-governmental organisations involved in the criminal justice system – all transport, accommodation and meals provided by the Howard League for Penal Reform

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of the RSA (25 November 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Bristol Family Mediation Service (28 October 2008)
Patron, Battle Against Tranquilisers (28 October 2008)
Patron, Bristol Children’s Playhouse (28 October 2008)
Patron, Addiction Recovery Agency, Bristol (28 October 2008)
Patron, Organisation for Sickle Cell Anaemia Research (OSCAR) (28 October 2008)
Patron of the Meningitis Trust (25 November 2008)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Transport & General Workers’ Union

COTTER, Lord

*12(i) Visits

(28-29 June 2008) – Participation in International Iran Freedom rally, Paris France. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran. I was accompanied by Lady Cotter whose costs were included by the Iranian Group

COURTOWN, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Cotswold Estate Services Limited (forestry and landscape consultants and contractors)

*13(b) Landholdings

Residual estate in Co Wexford, Ireland

COUSSINS, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

I run a company, Jean Coussins Consulting Ltd, which provides consultancy services to business on corporate responsibility. My clients to date have been from the food and drinks industries

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

I am a non-executive Director of the Advertising Standards Authority Ltd and the Advertising Standards (Broadcast) Authority Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultancy income – see entry under paragraph 12(d)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of Channing School

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, British School of Osteopathy (27 December 2008)
Patron, On the Shoulders of Giants (a theatre company) (27 December 2008)

COX, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive, Humanitarion Aid Relief Trust (HART)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, Emmanuel College, Gateshead
Hon Vice President, Royal College of Nursing
President, Dean Close School
Vice President, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Chancellor, Liverpool Hope University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, MERLIN (Medical Emergency Relief International)
Trustee, Andrei Sakharov Foundation
Trustee, Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
Trustee, Chernobyl Relief Foundation
Trustee, Siberian Medical University, Tomsk
Chairman, IICORR (International Islamic Christian Organisation for Reconciliation and Reconstruction)
Co-Director, Educational Research Trust

CRAIG OF RADLEY, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Malaysia in August 2007 as member CPTM
(All these visits are expenses only – no remuneration involved)
Attended with the House of Lords Defence Group, a visit to BAE systems in Leicester on 5 December for which travelling expenses and lunch were provided by the Company
Visit to Zambia in July 2008 as member CPTM (expenses only)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow, Commonwealth Partnership for Technology Management Ltd (CPTM)
President (RAF), “Not Forgotten” Association
President, Royal Air Force Club
Vice Chairman of Council, RAF Benevolent Fund
Vice President, Forces Pension Society
Vice President, Royal Star and Garter Home

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Member, RAFA

CRAIGAVON, Viscount

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees and the Executive Committee, Anglo-Austrian Society (a charity)

CRATHORNE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Hand Picked Hotels
Consultant to Von Essen Hotels

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Court of Hull University
Court of York University
Lord Lieutenant for North Yorkshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Trustees, Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
President, Georgian Group (Statutory Amenity Society)
Trustee, Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond, North Yorkshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Justices of the Peace, North Yorkshire
Chairman, Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Tax, North Yorkshire
Chairman, Works of Art Committee, House of Lords
Editorial Board, House Magazine
Hon Secretary, All-Party Parliamentary Arts and Heritage Group
President, Cleveland and South Durham Magistrates Association
President, North Yorkshire County Scouts Council
President, St Johns, North Yorkshire Branch
President, Yorkshire and Humberside RFCA (Reserve Forces and Cadets Association)
Vice President, North of England RFCA

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Society of Arts

CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, Earl of

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Balcarres Heritage Trust Ltd (a registered charity)

CRAWLEY, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary as a Government whip

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from a flat in Devon

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Breast Cancer Campaign
Patron, Heart Failure Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Labour Party

CRICKHOWELL, Lord

No relevant interests

CRISP, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Occasional consultancy on health matters nationally and internationally
Strategy consultant to HLM Architects
Member of Public Sector Advisory Board, Doctors.net.uk
Task Force Chair, Global Health Workforce Alliance as consultant to Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of Florence Nightingale Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Rand Europe
Member of Council of British Heart Foundation
Chair of Sightsavers International

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of CPRE – Campaign to Protect Rural England
Amnesty International

CROHAM, Lord

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Anglo-German Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Governor, National Institute for Economic and Social Research

CULLEN OF WHITEKIRK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of the Board of The Signet Accreditation Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Bute House Trust
Trustee of the Buildings of Scotland Trust
President, Saltire Society

CUMBERLEGE, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Director, Cumberlege Connections Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Cumberlege Connections Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Sussex University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Trustees, Chailey Heritage School
Trustee, Cancer Research UK
Trustee, Leeds Castle Foundation
Senior Associate, King’s Fund
Vice President, Royal College of Nursing
Vice President, Royal College of Midwives

CUNNINGHAM OF FELLING, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Partner, Brinkburn Associates (political and public policy consultancy)
Advisor to the Corporation of the City of London

CURRIE OF MARYLEBONE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Dubai Financial Services Authority
Chairman, Trillium Investment Partners
Non-executive Director, BDO Stoy Hayward
Non-executive Director, Royal Mail

DAHRENDORF, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, London School of Economics

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member, Avenir Suisse (Policy Research Institute)

DARZI OF DENHAM, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary
Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department of Health
Paul Hamlyn Chair of Surgery, Imperial College, London

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Any research funding received goes directly to Imperial College – there is no personal financial gain

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

I have a 20% equity in Smart Surgical Appliances Ltd. This is not a controlling equity and represents my founding share

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental property in Buckinghamshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

St. Mary’s NHS Trust
The Royal Marsden Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Current Member of British Medical Association

DAVID, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Local Government Association

DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary as Advocate General for Scotland

*12(i) Visits

Represented HMG at Boao Forum for Asia (11-13 April 2008) in Hainan China. Accommodation costs in Hainan met by Forum

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Faculty of Advocates

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Clan Davidson Association

DAVIES OF COITY, Lord

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, People’s History Museum (formerly the National Museum of Labour History)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Kidney Research UK
President, Greater Manchester East County Scout Council

DAVIES OF OLDHAM, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Australia (26 December 2006 – 6 January 2007) as part of the Lords and Commons Cricket Club to play the Australian Parliamentarians. I was accompanied by my wife and we paid for our own travel and accommodation. Sponsorship was provided by Visa, Microsoft, Diageo, Colliers, Vauxhall and the Australian Sports Club which enabled donations to be made to the following charities – the Trew Foundation (NZ), Lords Tavernier’s (Australia) and Chance to Shine (UK). A small proportion has been retained to pay for incidental tour costs
Guest of English Cricket Board at England v. South Africa, Lords (July 2008)
Guest of Royal and Ancient Golf Club, Royal Birkdale (July 2008)

DEAN OF HARPTREE, Lord

No relevant interests

DEAN OF THORNTON-LE-FYLDE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director of Taylor Wimpey plc
Non-executive Director of Dawson Holdings Ltd (wholesalers of newspapers, magazines and related products)
Non-executive Partnership Director of National Air Traffic Services (NATS)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, House of Lords Appointments Commission
Chairman, Covent Garden Market Authority

*12(i) Visits

On 7 and 8 June 2007 as Chairman of the House of Lords Defence Group, along with five other members of the Group, I visited BAE in Warton, Lancashire. I was not paid but my travel costs and overnight hotel were met by the company
Attended in my capacity as Chairman of the House of Lords Defence Group, a visit to BAE systems in Leicester on 5 December and for which travelling expenses and lunch were provided by the Company

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Council, Literary Trust
Member, University College London Hospital NHS Trust Appeal Foundation
Trustee, Industry and Parliament Trust
Trustee of Thomson Foundation (a registered charity providing training to journalists from the international community)
Vice President of the War Widows Association
Vice President of the Forces Pension Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of AMICUS – a trade union
Member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists
Member of the Labour Party
Member of the Reform Club
Member of the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club

DEAR, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Skyguard Technologies Ltd (asset and people location/loan worker protection)
Action Against Business Crime Ltd (joint BRC/Home Office initiative to reduce crime in urban centres)
Key Forensic Services Ltd )
Forensic DNA Services Ltd )
linked companies providing forensic examination and equipment
Omniperception Ltd (biometric recognition and computer vision)
Advisory Board Member, PegasusBridge Fund Management LLP (venture capital fund)
Non-executive Chairman, Blue Star Capital plc (wef 3 December 2008) (9 December 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Advisor to Truthtek Ltd (from 12 November 2008) (16 December 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Country Trust
Trustee, Police Foundation
Trustee, Police Rehabilitation Trust

DEARING, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, National Institute for Social and Economic Research
Vice-President, Local Government Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Home of Compassion, Thames Ditton Survey
Vice President, National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, University for Industry
Patron, Sascha Lasserson Memorial Trust
Patron, Christ’s College Guildford, then patron
Patron, Trident (Skills for Life)

DEECH, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Governor of the BBC (2002-2006)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Independent adjudicator for higher education from 2004 (Resolution of Student Complaints) (end April 2008)
Gresham Professor of Law 2008-11 (25 November 2008)
Chair, Department of Health Committee on Women in Medicine (25 November 2008)

*12(i) Visits

13 September 2006 – return flight to Brussels in private plane chartered by Mr. Trevor Pears, Director of the William Pears Group and CE of the Pears Foundation
Guest Lecturer, Stanford University, USA (29 April-6 May 2007)
Delegate at Apeldoorn conference, The Hague (31 May-2 June 2007)
Attendance at conference in Jerusalem organised by the Jewish People Policy Planning Institute (May 2008) – fare and accommodation paid by JPPPI

*13(b) Landholdings

Husband owns house in New Zealand occupied by family

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Husband is solicitor (Blake Lapthorn Linnell, Oxford)
Daughter is BBC journalist

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Bencher, Inner Temple
Hon Fellow, St Anne’s College, Oxford
Board Member, Stephen Roth Institute for the study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism, Tel Aviv University (25 November 2008)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Liveryman of the Drapers’ Company
Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine
Fellow, European Academy of Sciences & Arts
Member, Executive Council of the International Society of Family Law
Member, Society of Legal Scholars
Member of Jewish Leadership Council
Academic Panel Member, Stuart Young Foundation
Hon Freeman, City of London

DE MAULEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Management Consultant in the investment banking industry

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of Oriental Properties Limited

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Company Secretary of Sewnoil Limited

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

About 28.3 million shares in Nexus Management plc, representing about 3.2% of the enlarged share capital of Nexus. Nexus’s business is software and computer services.

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland and forestry in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, including residential properties
Rental and other income therefrom
Second home in London (jointly with wife)
Minority interest in a commercially operated lake

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Founder member of Fides (a group of providers of advice and products to hedge fund and investment banking business)
Hon. Officer of the Ulysses Trust (21 October 2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee for a trust holding land and other property in Scotland

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Retired officer of the Territorial Army
Member of the Countryside Alliance
Supporter of the Helen House Hospice Charity
Supporter of the Army Benevolent fund and other military charities
Freemason
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Selected Military Member for Gloucestershire of the Wessex Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association

DENHAM, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Grazing let round house in Weston Underwood

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Senior Patron, Countryside Alliance

DERBY, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, Derby University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Custodian Trusteeships as President of the Derby Diocesan Board of Finance
Director, Derby City Partnership
Director, Derby Diocesan Board of Finance
Director, Scargill House
Director, Tyrell Trust
Trustee, Cathedral Plus
Trustee, F P Evans Trust
Trustee, Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Derby

DESAI, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Osian Art Auctions, Mumbai, India
Non-executive Director, Cape Claims Services Ltd
Non-executive Director, India Film Company Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Islington South and Finsbury Labour Party

DHOLAKIA, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, House of Lords Appointments Commission (annual fee for attendance £3,000)

*12(i) Visits

Trip to Qatar (9-15 April 2006) funded by Government of Qatar
Trip to UN New York (21-23 October 2006) funded by the Loomba Trust
Trip to Texas (USA) (26-30 March 2007) funded by the British American Parliamentary Group
Trip to Qatar (22-25 April 2007) funded by the Government of Qatar
Trip to South Africa (23 -25 October 2007) funded by the Loomba Trust
Liberal Democrat delegation to Taiwan (28 July-5 August 2007) – meeting with Ministers and Parliamentarians. Travel and hotel costs met by the Taipei Office in the UK (stopover in Bangkok at own expense for a private visit)
Liberal Democrat delegation to Estonia (9-12 September 2007) – visit to Parliament and other Government institutions. Travel and subsistence met by House of Lords
Parliamentary delegation to the CPA Conference to India (New Delhi) (21-30 September 2007) followed by a visit to Sri Lanka (1-7 October). Costs met by Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Visit to India (Delhi & Mumbai) (23-30 October 2007) – visit of British Parliamentarians of Indian origin. Travel and hotel costs met by Government of India
Visit to New York Charity Fund Raising Dinner at U.N (28 November – 1 December 2007) – travel and hotel costs met by the Loomba Foundation. I am a Trustee of the Foundation
Visit to Mumbai, Delhi and Amritsar for a fundraising event for the Loomba Foundation (9-16 January 2008) – travel and hotel costs met by the Loomba Foundation (I am a trustee of the Foundation)
Guest Lecturer on MS Ocean Odyssey (4-20 April) – travel and accommodation met by Foresight Ltd
Visit to Taiwan (18-24 May 2008) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group to attend the inauguration of President Ma Ying-Jeou
Visit to Paris (28-29 June 2008) to attend the rally and meetings organised by the National Council of Resistance of Iran. Travel, accommodation and hospitality provided by the NCRI
Visit to New York (4-11 November 2008) – fund raising event for Loomba Trust. Travel and accommodation met by the Loomba Trust (29 January 2009)
Visit to Taiwan (4-10 January 2009) as guest of Taiwanese Government with Group of Parliamentarians from All Party British-Taiwanese Group (29 January 2009)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

“Away Day” for about 45 Liberal Democrat Peers on Friday 1 February 2008 at the Court House Hotel, 19-21 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7HL. Accommodation and hospitality was provided by Mr. Girish Sangar the owner of the Court House Hotel

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

President, Friends Circle International
Trustee, Pallant House Museum, Chichester

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President and Trustee, National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (in receipt of travelling expenses when attending meetings)
Member of Editorial Board of Howard Journal (no financial interest)
Vice Chairman, Mental Health Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Advisory Board, Centre for Reform
Mental Health Foundation
Trustee, Police Foundation
Trustee, Policy Research Institute on Ageing and Ethnicity
Trustee, Shrimati Pushpawati Loomba Memorial Trust
Trustee, Gandhi Trust
Trustee, Liberal Democrats
Trustee, British Indian Golden Jubilee Fund
Trustee, Dr L M Singhvi Foundation
Vice President, Family Welfare Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Indian Jewish Association UK
Member, Caine Prize for African Writing
Hon President, Law Society, Brighton Business School, University of Brighton

DIXON, Lord

16(b) Voluntary organisations

South Tyneside Bliss-Ability
South Tyneside Voluntary Services
Northumberland Sight Service

DIXON-SMITH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, RW Dixon Smith (Houchins) Ltd (farming company)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Majority shareholding in RW Dixon Smith (Houchins) Ltd (farming company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Land at Lyons Hall, Braintree, Essex (in family partnership)
Houchins Farm, Coggeshall, Essex (sole owner)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Essex Association of local councils

DONOUGHUE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Paddy Power Bookmakers on matters relating to horseracing etc

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Starting Price Regulatory Board

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Remuneration from chairing 2 committees in the horse racing/greyhound racing/betting industry

*12(i) Visits

Periodic visits and hospitality at various racecourses in Britain and Ireland, including entertainment by various racecourse managements, bookmakers and miscellaneous hosts.

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

March 2006, 2007 and 2008 entertained by Cheltenham Race Course
March 2006, 2007 and 2008 entertained by Ladbrokes
June 2006, June 2008 entertained by Ascot Racecourse
2006, 2007 and 2008 entertained by Corals Bookmakers and William Hill
Various entertainment by the Racing Post newspaper
2007, entertained by various British and Irish greyhound tracks

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of Dorneywood

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Temporary Chairman of various committees in horse racing, greyhound racing and betting industry

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Animals in War
Trustee, World Horse Welfare
Trustee, Victoria Country Histories
Patron of The Guild of Mole-Catchers

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, SOS Projects für Mensch und Ties (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Blood Pressure Association
British Diabetes Association

DRAYSON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Holds Ministerial office but not in receipt of Ministerial salary

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Following my decision last November to take a leave of absence to compete in the American Le Mans Series of motor races, I have set up a Limited Liability Partnership, Drayson Motor Racing LLP (DMR) as the commercial vehicle to run the race team in a joint venture with Barwell Motorsport Limited; Drayson-Barwell. My wife and I own DMR 100% and are the only Partners.
The purpose of DMR will be to fund the purchase and the development of the Le Mans race car and to fund the testing and race programme. The funding for DMR will be initially from share capital invested by us. We will attract sponsors to support the programme who will provide funding in return for rights to market their brand names on the car and in team merchandise etc

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Drayson Foundation (registered charity)

D’SOUZA, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Informal Advisor to the REDRESS Trust

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Cairo (3-6 March 2006) as Governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy
Visit to Cairo (30 June-2 July 2006) as Governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy
Visit to Cairo (4-6 September 2007) to attend a steering committee meeting as a Board member of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy
Visit to Mozambique (CPA) (29 September-6 October 2007) as a member of a parliamentary delegation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Zimbiala Trust (Human rights in Zimbabwe)
Member, Advisory Board, LEAD
Member, Advisory Board, British Institute for Human Rights
Member, Advisory Board, Evidence for Development
Member, Executive Board, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)
Member of Bampton Classical Opera Development Board
Patron, Peace Brigades International

DUBS, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Code Panel, Association of Energy Suppliers
Chair of the Road Safety Foundation (unpaid)
Member, Parker Green International Advisory Board with effect from 1 September 2008. (This involves attending occasional meetings outside the UK)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Moldova to take part in a conference arranged by the John Smith Memorial Trust (6-9 April 2006) – travel and accommodation provided
Visit to Belfast to attend Open University degree ceremony (19-20 May 2006) – travel provided by host
Visit to Leeds to attend annual dinner of the Federation of Irish Societies (17-18 June 2006) – fares and accommodation provided by host
Visit to Belfast to speak at dinner of the Belfast Buildings Preservation Trust who paid my fares (30 June-1 July 2006)
Occasional visits to Open University at Milton Keynes to attend Trustees meetings – fares are paid
Visit to Slovenia as member of IPU delegation (14-19 September 2006). The IPU covered our travel; hospitality and accommodation were provided by the Slovenian Parliament
Visit to Moldova as member of APPG delegation (5-8 October 2006). The IPU covered our travel; hospitality and accommodation were provided by the Moldovan Parliament
Visit to Newry as guest speaker at Newry Chamber of Commerce Dinner (27 October 2006). The Chamber of Commerce paid for travel and accommodation
Visit to Oslo (21-23 February 2007). Travel and accommodation paid by Landmine Action
Visit to Ankara (8-10 March 2007). Travel and accommodation paid by LINKS (an NGO)
Visit to Belfast to attend Open University graduation ceremony (18-20 May 2007) travel and accommodation paid by OU
Visit to Lebanon (7-11 June 2007). Travel and accommodation paid for by Landmine Action
Visit to Moldova (2-7 October 2007). Hospitality and accommodation were provided by the Moldovan Parliament (travel was paid by the British Embassy)
Visit to Vienna (3-6 December 2007) to attend conference on cluster munitions. Travel and accommodation paid by Landmine Action
Attendance at Gala Dinner, Belfast (20 October 2007). Travel and overnight accommodation paid by Integrated Education Fund
Visit to Moldova (29 September -2 October 2008) – costs in Moldova partly covered by the Moldovan parliament

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Fabian Society, elected Executive Committee Member

DUNDEE, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Dundee Farming Company

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Fifeshire and Angus (Tayside)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Governor, Unicorn Preservation Society (the Frigate Unicorn is a museum boat within Dundee Dockland)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Founder and main Trustee, Dundee Trust (charity which works in Former Yugoslavia providing education and cultural facilities and associated fundraising activities)
Trustee, Accord International (a charitable trust which seeks to promote education and cultural opportunities overseas, particularly in Europe)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Chairman of All-party parliamentary groups for community development in Europe (subject group) and Croatia (country group)

DUNN, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Executive Director, John Swire & Sons Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat in Hong Kong regularly let at commercial rents

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Hong Kong Association
Director, Confucius Institute for Business, London
President, Hong Kong Locally Enlisted Personnel Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Swire Educational Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Institute of Directors
Royal Society for the Encouragement of Art Manufacturers and Commerce

DURHAM, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Chaplain and Secretary paid by Church Commissioners

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Trustee, Hild Bede College, Durham
Trustee, North East Ordination Course
Visitor, Durham University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Auckland Castle Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Churches’ Regional Commission in North East
Durham Diocesan Board of Finance

DYKES, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Moldova (5-8 October 2006) as guest of their Government as part of the All-Party UK-Moldova Parliamentary Group
Visit to Holland (22-23 March 2007) – All-Party rail group to see Nedrail and Dutch railway investment plans and infrastructure – expenses borne entirely for travel plus accommodation etc by Dutch rail hosts
Visit to Taiwan (29 July-3 August 2007) with party colleagues to DPP sister party, within the Liberal International network – expenses met by the Evergreen Shipping Group
Visit to the annual Pontignano Anglo-Italian Conference (3-4 September 2007) hosted and funded by the British Council in Rome and their sponsors
Visit to Hungary and Romania (1-5 September 2008) as member of Rail Freight Group inspection of flight facilities. Expenses born by the RFG and local sponsoring companies

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, European Atlantic Group

EAMES, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of church pension as former Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland

*13(b) Landholdings

Ownership of 2 small shops, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast properties let.

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Membership (Hon) of various local charities

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Christian Aid
Institute of Advanced Motorists

EATWELL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Rontech Ltd
Non-executive Director, Artsworks Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President, Queens’ College, Cambridge
Professor of Financial Policy, University of Cambridge
Advisor, Warburg Pincus International Ltd
Advisor, Palamon Capital Partners, LLP

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Court, University of Luton

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Trustee, IPPR

ECCLES, Viscount

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Council of the Eccles centre for American studies in the British Library

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of the Council of The Georgian Theatre

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, UCL Hospitals Development Trust
Trustee, Magdalen College Oxford Development Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman and Director of St. Johns House Ltd (the company which holds the freehold of St. John’s House, 30 Smith Square, SW1P 3HF)

ECCLES OF MOULTON, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Independent National Director, Times Newspapers Holdings Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, Opera North, company limited by guarantee (unpaid)
Trustee of York Minister Trust Fund (not a company limited by guarantee) (unpaid)

16(a) Trusteeships

London Clinic Company limited by guarantee (unpaid)

EDEN OF WINTON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visited Cameroon (26 June – 3 July 2006) with the Rainforest Foundation (paid own fare)

ELDER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, First Group plc
Consultant, Forth Ports Plc
Adviser to Daval International Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of The Commission on Scottish Devolution

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chancellor, Al-Maktoum Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies
Chair of Trustees, the Smith Institute

ELIS-THOMAS, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Assembly Member and Presiding Officer, National Assembly for Wales

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Bangor University

ELLES, Baroness

No relevant interests

ELLIOTT OF MORPETH, Lord

No relevant interests

ELTON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Conference in Oslo (February 2007) as guest of Landmine Action who paid for travel and accommodation
Visit to Conference in Lima (May 2007) as guest of Landmine Action who paid for travel and accommodation
Attended the UN Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons on 6 to 9 November and again on 12 November 2007. My flights on both occasions, and hotel bills for 4 nights, were paid by the charity Landmine Action

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Received a free eye examination on 24 October 2008 at a session for parliamentarians arranged by the London Vision Clinic who subsequently reported the results to me (30 January 2009)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Licensed Lay Minister in the Anglican Diocese of Oxford
Hon Fellow City & Guilds of London Institute
Vice-Chair All-Party Group on landmine eradication
Vice-Chair British Norwegian All-Party Group
Vice-Chair All-Party Christians in Parliament Group

ELY, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend as Bishop of Ely

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Royal Agricultural Society of England
President, Cambridge ACRE (Rural Community Council)
Cam Minds
Headway House
Member of Council, Eastern Region Rural Forum
Rudley College, Oxford
President, Woodard Corporation (42 Anglican schools – mostly independent)
Visitor, Jesus College, Cambridge
Visitor, St. John’s College, Cambridge
Visitor, Peterhouse College, Cambridge

ELYSTAN-MORGAN, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President and Chairman of the Council, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

EMERTON, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Trustee, Defence Medical Welfare Service

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Florence Nightingale Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

St John Ambulance Fellowship

ERROLL, Earl of

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultancy on ICT issues
Securing business for a Procurement & Management consultancy

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Fonem Ltd
VoiceXchange

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Direct Sales using the Internet

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Bled, Slovenia (12 May 2008) to chair a session on ethical aspects related to the use of governmental on-line systems. Expenses paid by the European Commission

*13(b) Landholdings

House and cliffs in Aberdeenshire; they constitute an SSSI, SAC and ancient monument

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chief, Clan Hay
Vice-President, Royal Caledonian Ball
Warden, Worshipful Company of Fishmongers

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Mar Estate Trust
Fishmongers’ Company’s Charitable Trust
Fishmongers’ Company’s Fisheries Charitable Trust
Billingsgate Christian Mission
Harrietsham Almshouse Trust
Jesus Hospital Trust
Fishmongers’ Company’s Trust (mainly small charitable trusts dispensing small sums of money: full details of these have been given to the Registrar and may be consulted on application to his office)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

TA Regimental Association

EVANS OF PARKSIDE, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon. Chairman ‘Parkside 2010′ (‘Parkside 2010′ is a pressure group supporting the provision of a major road/rail freight interchange at Parkside, Newton Le Willows, Merseyside) (unpaid)

EVANS OF TEMPLE GUITING, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, EFG Private Bank Limited (appointed 24 June 2008)
Press Complaints Commission – Appointments (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Vice President, Hay Literary Festival (unpaid)
Vice President, Philip Larkin Society (unpaid)

EVANS OF WATFORD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Redactive Publishing Limited
PP & Partners Telemedia bv (Holland)
Senate Consulting Limited
Care Capital plc (non-exec)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Personnel Publications Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Personnel Publications Ltd
Senate Consulting Ltd
TU Ink Limited

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Redactive Publications Limited

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Royal Air Force Museum
Director, Royal Air Force Museum Enterprises Ltd

16(a) Trusteeships

Director, Partnerships Sourcing Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Cancer Research UK (Hon Fellow)
Member of the Worshipful Company of Marketors
Disability Trust (Vice Patron)
Fellow of City and Guilds of London Institute
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing
Chairman of International Medical Education Trust 2000, (IMET 2000)

EXETER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Chaplain, Personal Assistant and part-time Secretary paid by Church Commissioners

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Visitor, Exeter College, Oxford
Council Member, Exeter University
President, College of St. Mark & St. John Foundation
Governor, Kelly College, Tavistock
Chairman, Devon Strategic Partnership

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow, Brathay Hall Cumbria
Vice President, Children’s Society
Vice President, Devon Gardens Trust
Vice President, Rowcroft Hospice
Vice President, United Nations Association Exeter
Hon Vice President, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Hon Vice President, Exeter Medico-Legal Society
President, Exeter Diocesan Board for Christian Care
President, Exeter Council for Social Aid
President, Friends of Exeter Cathedral
President, Hospiscare
Trustee, Exeter Charities (Church List)
Trustee, Exeter Episcopal Schools Trust
Trustee, Torbay Church Schools Association Trust
Director, Exeter Diocesan Board of Finance

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Christian Aid
Chairman of Trustees, Melanesian Mission (UK)

EZRA, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Patron, Micropower Council
Vice President, National Home Improvement Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, British Standards Institution
Vice President, Institute of Management
Vice President, Institute of Trading Standards
Patron, Combustion Engineering Association

FALCONER OF THOROTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, City Development Company for Newcastle – Gateshead
Senior Counsel, Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher (2 December 2008)
Chair, Thames Gateway London Partnership (2 December 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Homes in London and Nottinghamshire; joint ownership (with wife) of one flat in London occupied by an employee; also, co-ownership of a house formerly inhabited by father, now rented out

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife is a Queen’s Counsel practising from 4 Brick Court, Temple, London. She also owns a small cottage (rented) in Flintham, Nottinghamshire and a flat in London

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation (unpaid)

FALKENDER, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

General Mediterranean Holding UK Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Silver Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

British Film Industry (now the British Screen Advisory Council)

FALKLAND, Viscount

*12(i) Visits

One day’s racing at Ascot as guest of the chairman of the Tote
Visit to Plumpton Racecourse as a guest of the owner/chief executive of the British Horseracing Board

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of CHARIS (Tower Hamlets Mission) alcohol and drug treatment centre (residential)

FALKNER OF MARGRAVINE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director on The Board of the Hyde Group Housing Association (May 2006) (paid)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to France (9-11 May 2006) on behalf of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office – accommodation and travel provided through the FCO
Visit to Chicago (4-6 June 2006) – airfare and accommodation provided through the University of Birmingham
Visit to Birmingham (2-4 November 2006) air fare and accommodation provided through the University of Birmingham
Visit to Taiwan (6-11 December 2007) paid for by the DPP Taiwan and Liberal International
Visit to Pakistan (April 2008) as part of a Western parliamentarian series of seminars. Travel and accommodation covered by the Pakistan Institute for Legislative Democracy and Transparency
Attendance at conference in Cairo, Egypt (June 2008) for Liberal politicians. Travel and accommodation covered by Westminster Foundation for Democracy, UK
Visit to Israel (July 2008) as part of speaking tour for groups in Tel Aviv and Ramallah, West Bank. Travel and accommodation covered by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty, Israel

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Northampton (unpaid)
Member, Advisory Board of the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Studies in Security and Diplomacy (from 2007)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Hampden (Educational) Trust
President, JIGSAW4U (unpaid)
Patron, Pakistan Human Development Fund (UK) (unpaid)
Member, Council of St. George’s House, Windsor Castle (unpaid)

FARRINGTON OF RIBBLETON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Holder of ministerial office (since 1 July 2007) but not in receipt of ministerial salary

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, West Lancashire Scout Association
Vice President, Lancashire Youth Association

FAULKNER OF WORCESTER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, Sportech plc

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Norway (28 May to 2 June 2006) as guest of the Storting and the Norwegian government with members of All-party parliamentary British-Norwegian group
Visit to Taiwan (29 September-5 October 2007) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group and All-party Railways group
Visit to Guernsey and Alderney (19-21 October) as guest of States of Guernsey and States of Alderney as an officer of the All-party British-Channel Islands group
Visit to Taiwan (18-24 May 2008) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group to attend the inauguration of President Ma Ying-Jeou
Visit to Oslo and Stavanger, Norway (24-27 September 2008) as guest of the Norwegian government with members of All-party parliamentary British-Norwegian group
Visit to Taiwan (4-10 January 2009) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group

*13(b) Landholdings

Residential property in Oxford let to students

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Honorary Fellow, Worcester College, Oxford
Member, University Court, University of Bedfordshire
Member of Railway Heritage Committee (Chairman since December 2004)
Non-executive Director, Football Association of Wales (unpaid)
Vice President, The Football Conference
Vice President, The National Association of Disabled Supporters
Admitted to Fellowship of University of Worcester (5 November 2008)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President, Campaign for Better Transport
President, Cotswold Line Promotion Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice-President, Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (President 2001-2004)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Foundation for Sport and the Arts
Trustee, Gamcare
Trustee, The National Museum of Science & Industry
Trustee, The National Football Museum
Trustee, Action on Smoking and Health

FEARN, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of King George V 6th Form College, Southport
Governor of Norwood Primary School, Southport
Councillor, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Southport Branch of National Schizophrenia Society
President, Southport Liberal Democrat Party
President, Southport Royal Navy Association
President, All Souls Dramatic Club
Trustee, Gladstone Club, Southport
Trustee, Offshore Lifeboat, Southport
Vice President, British Resorts Association

FELDMAN, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

A Treasurer of the Conservative Party

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of my children’s trusts
Fresh Hope Trust (from August 2003)

FELLOWES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, Barclays Private Bank
Non-executive Director, SABmiller plc
Board Member, British Library
Secretary & Registrar, Order of Merit

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice-Chairman, Commonwealth Education Trust
Council member, International Chamber of Commerce (UK)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Prison Reform Trust
Chairman, Voices Foundation
President of Council, Goodenough College
Advisory Board, Only Connect
Advisory Board, Royal Society of Portrait Painters
Executive Board, The Pilgrims
Patron, Tapping House, The Norfolk Hospice

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Rhodes Trust, Mandela-Rhodes Foundation
Trustee, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Trustee, Orchid Trust (Male Cancer Charity)
Trustee, Rectory Society
Trustee, Scots Guards
Other trusteeships of family or friends’ trusts

FERRERS, Earl

*13(b) Landholdings

Interest in land in Norfolk

15(a) Membership of public bodies

High Steward emeritus, Norwich Cathedral

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Grand Prior of England and Wales of the Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Farriers

FILKIN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Adviser, Cap Gemini
Adviser, NCP (Services) Ltd (25 November 2008)
Adviser, Serco, civil government (25 November 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Home in St Albans, Herts
London Flat

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Council, University of Hertfordshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Parliament Choir which is an all-party parliamentary group, a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity
Trustee, Southbank Sinfonia
Trustee, St. Albans Cathedral Music Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, St Albans Cathedral Music Trust
Chair, 2020 Public Services Trust
Patron, Work this Way (25 November 2008)

FINLAY OF LLANDAFF, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Employed as a clinician by Marie Curie Cancer Care (no parliamentary or political consultancy given)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Palliative Medicine and Vice Dean (until October 2005), School of Medicine, Cardiff University
Clinical Consultant, Marie Curie Cancer Care
Clinical Consultant, Velindre NHS Trust

*12(i) Visits

Amgen France supported my travel and accommodation to attend a symposium in Sorrento between 16-18 May 2008

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Founder Member of the Friends of Howell’s School Governing Body, Cardiff
Member, Stakeholder Advisory Commission for First Great Western Trains
Patron, Fundraising Appeal, Church in Wales Primary School, Llandaff
Patron, All Wales Institute for Medical Humanities
President, Association of Chartered Physiotherapy
President, Royal Society of Medicine (July 2006-2008)
Hon Professor of Internal Medicine, in particular Palliative Care with Groningen University, the Netherlands
Associate of Girls’Day Schools Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President of NSPCC Full Stop Campaign in Wales(2005-2007)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Founder Member, Scientific Committee, Cancer Research UK
Member, International Scientific Expert Panel, Cicely Saunders Foundation
Member, Palliative Care Advisory Group of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund (18 November 2008)
President, Multiple Sclerosis Cymru
President, ASH, Wales
Hon Vice President of Cardiff Business Club
Parliamentary Patron of the Westminster Education Forum (which is run by the Westminster Media Forum)
Patron, SKIP (Students for Kids International Projects)
Patron of Westminster Food & Nutrition and the Westminster Diet and Health Forum
Patron of Student Volunteering Cardiff (SVC) based at Cardiff University Students’ Union
Patron of the Rarer Cancers Forum which is based in Canterbury, Kent
Patron of the Motor Neurone Disease Society
Vice Chairman, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Palliative Care
Vice Chairman, APPG on Medical Technology
Vice Chairman, APPG on Cancer
Appeal Patron of St. John’s Hospice, London
Chairman, APPG on Dying Well

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Vice Patron, Appeal for the Memorial to Women of World War II
Vice Patron, Gainsborough Youth Education Trust, Buckinghamshire
Patron, New Bristol Symphonia Orchestra
Patron, South Glamorgan Youth Orchestra
Patron, Shalom Hospice, Pembrokeshire
Hon. Patron of Lifelites (charity)

FLATHER, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Friends of Seva Mandir (providing water in Rajasthan)
Pan African Health Foundation
Vice President -
Towns Women’s Guild
Servite Houses
Carers National Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Marie Stopes International

FLOWERS, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Parliamentary Science and Technology Information Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, The Royal Society
Hon Fellow, Institution of Electrical Engineers
Hon Fellow, Royal College of Physicians
Hon Fellow, Institute of Physics
Emeritus Member, Academia Europaea

FOOKES, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant, East Sussex
Member of Board of Governors of Kelly College, Tavistock

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Council of Management of the UK/Canada Colloquia (a charity and company limited by guarantee)
Chairman, Millennium Committee of the Fellowship of St Nicholas
Chairman, Vincent Lines Memorial Trust
Chairman, Welfare Fund for Companion Animals
President, SSAFA Forces Help (Sussex branch)
President, NSPCC (local branch)
President, League of Friends Royal Eye Hospital, Plymouth
President, Friends of Derriford Hospital Kidney Unit
President, Chiropractic Patients’ Association
President, War Widows Association of Great Britain
President of Plymouth & District Branch of RSPCA
Vice President, SOS
Vice President, RSPCA
Vice President, Stonehouse Residents’ Association
Vice President, SSAFA Forces Help at national level
Trustee of League of Friends of Royal Eye Hospital, Plymouth

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Associate Member, British Veterinary Association
Hon Associate Member, Institute of Horticulture
Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners

FORD, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Serco Group Plc (Support Services Company)
Non-executive Director, Grainger plc (Property)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Managing Director, Royal Bank of Canada (Capital Markets) Global Infrastructure Group
Senior Adviser, The Stockland Corporation Ltd (Property)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Good Practice Ltd – online publisher 30% holding

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Irvine Bay Urban Regeneration Company (a public-private regeneration vehicle) (unpaid)
President, British Epilepsy Association

FORSYTH OF DRUMLEAN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, J & J Denholm Ltd
Non-executive Director, Denholm Industrial Service (Holdings) Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Patron, Craighalbert Centre, Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Centre for Policy Studies

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, CINI UK (registered charity No.1092674)

FOSTER OF BISHOP AUCKLAND, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, HB Innovations Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Associate Director, County Durham Development Co

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, North East Committee of Heritage Lottery Fund

FOSTER OF THAMES BANK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Foster & Partners Ltd (Architects and Designers)
Foster Group (International) Ltd (Architects and Designers)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Foster Group (International) Ltd (Architects and Designers holding company)
Precis (2011) Ltd (no activity at present)
Norman Foster Foundation (a charity)
Foster and Partners Ltd
Foster Holdings Ltd
Foster and Partners (Japan) Ltd
Foster and Partners (Hong Kong) Ltd
Foster and Partners (Singapore) Pte Ltd
F & P Architekten Gmbh
Office Design Services Ltd
Foster (Nederland) BV
Foster Germany Ltd
Foster Aviation Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Ivory Press Ltd (Publishers)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Royal Academician
President of Tommies Campaign
Chairman of Digestive Disorders Charity
Trustee of UK Chapter of the International Committee of Friends of Viipuri Library
Trustee of Norman Foster Foundation
Member of International Committee for Friends of Viipuri Library
Member of British Council of Offices

FOULKES OF CUMNOCK, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

A political and parliamentary consultancy with Eversheds LLP. Payment of £3000 per calendar month (excluding VAT if applicable) for consultancy services for 36 days per annum (all fees are paid to Carrick Court Associates Ltd – see 12(g)
Chairman of Editorial Board of Govnet (a client of my company Carrick Court Associates), £10,000 per annum

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Scottish Parliament
Regular Weekly Column in Edinburgh Evening News on Football, proceeds of which are to be distributed to support youth and community sport in the Lothians and for technical help in producing the column

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Owner of 100% shares of Carrick Court Associates Ltd. Private Limited Company as consultancy

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Dominican Republic (1-7 September 2006) as a guest of the Government of the Dominican Republic and partly financed by the Caribbean Britain Business Council (CBBC) of which I am President
Attended a Conference on the “International Promotion of Democracy” at Wye Plantation, Maryland USA (15-17 November 2006) – organised by the Ditchley Foundation who paid for travel and accommodation

FOWLER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non executive Director, Holcim Ltd
Chairman, Thomson Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice Chairman, All-party Group on AIDS

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Terrence Higgins Trust

FRASER OF CARMYLLIE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Partner, Fraser Forrest LLP
International Energy Consultants

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, JKX Oil and Gas plc
Non-executive Director, Alkane Energy plc
Non-executive Director, ICE Futures
Non-executive Director, London Metal Exchange
Non-executive Director, TOTAL Exploration UK Ltd
Non-executive Director, ICE Clear

*12(i) Visits

Visit (6-9 June 2007) with wife to Baku with Executive Committee of the Anglo-Azerbaijani Society, my flight and my wife’s flight paid for by Society
Visit (13-17 November 2007) with wife to Baku with Executive Committee of the Anglo-Azerbaijani Society, my flight and my wife’s flight paid for by Society and hotel room
Visit (1-6 October 2007) to Almaty. Flight paid for by the British-Kazakh Society and hotel room
Visit to Aktau, Kazakhstan (January 2008) for Burns Supper – flight and hotel paid for by Wood Group
Visit to Doha, Qatar (April 2008) flight and hotel paid by Qatar Government
Visit to Baku (June 2008) – my flight and wife’s flight and hotel room paid for by Anglo-Azerbaijani Society

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, ATTEND (formerly National Association of Hospital and Community Friends)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

FREEMAN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Consultant, RP&C Limited
Consultant, Savile Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Thales Holdings UK plc (and chairman or director of a number of wholly owned subsidiaries of Thales Holdings UK plc including pension trustee companies)
Chairman, Radiation Watch Ltd
Chairman, Metalysis Ltd
Chairman, Parity Group plc
Chairman, Big DNA Ltd
Chairman SITC Ltd (Public Sector funded Security Consortium)
Director, Thales SA
Director, Global Energy Development plc
Director, Chemring Group plc

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, National Army Museum (2005) (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Council of Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Associations in the UK (unpaid)
Chairman, Busoga Trust (a Christian charity raising money to build water wells in Uganda) (unpaid)
Chairman of Trustees, Skill Force Development Ltd (unpaid)
Chairman, Cambridge Enterprise Ltd (Technology Transfer Office) (unpaid)

FREYBERG, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Advisory Council of Link Foundation for UK-NZ relations
Member, Council of Advisors of ACE (Arts & Christianity Enquiry)

FRITCHIE, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Mainstream Development, 51 St Paul’s Road, Gloucester, GLI 5AP – sole trader

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Independent Appointments Selection Board, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-executive Director, Stroud and Swindon Building Society
Consultant, Mainstream Development
Member of and Deputy Chair of the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman Audit Advisory Committee

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

PA provided by Gloucestershire NHS Foundation Trust Mental & Social Healthcare, 4 days per month in my role as Chair of the Foundation Trust

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (unpaid)
Chair of the Gloucestershire 2gether NHS Foundation Trust (paid)
Member of the NHS General Sounding Board (from 24 October 2007) (unpaid)
Fellow of the Sunningdale Institute within the National School of Government (from 21 August 2005-21 August 2007)
Chair of the Web Science Research Initiative, School of Electronics & Computer Science, University of Southampton & MIT

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of Editorial Board, Whitehall & Westminster World

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President of the British Lung Foundation
President of the Chronic Pain Coalition
President of the Hospital Caterers Association (wef 1 April 2009) (9 December 2008)
Member of the Advisory Council (2006) Leadership & Management

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Ambassador for – Winston’s Wish (a grief support charity for children)
– Gloucestershire First
– St Andrews – FIFE Council
Patron – Pied Piper Appeal (children’s hospital)
Patron of Women in Banking and Finance

FYFE OF FAIRFIELD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Unity Trust Bank

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of the Co-operative Party

GALE, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Commissioner for Wales, Women’s National Commission (preparation, attendance and participation remuneration) (11 November 2008)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Saudi Arabia (26 May-3 June 2006) – the sponsors of the visit were Saudi Cable Company, The Savola Group, Al Rawabi Holdings, Dallah Al Baraka

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Commissioner for Wales, Women’s National Commission

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Joint Secretary, Associate Parliamentary Group on Animal Welfare
Vice Chairman, Labour Animal Welfare Society
Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group on Parkinson’s Disease 2008 -

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Treherbert and District Branch of the British Legion
Patron of Kidney Wales Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Labour Organisers Branch of the GMB

GARDEN OF FROGNAL, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, The City and Guilds of London Institute

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Master Worshipful Company of World Traders (2008-09)
Vice-Chairman, Oxford University Society
Vice-Chairman, The Royal British Legion, City of London Poppy Appeal (COLPA)
Vice-President, Institute of Export

GARDNER OF PARKES, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

London property let at commercial rents

GAREL-JONES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Acciona (Spain)
Iberia (Spain)
Vodafone (Spain)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Managing Director, UBS

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Avila, Spain

GAVRON, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Controlling shareholder and Chairman of Folio Holdings and its subsidiary The Folio Society
Controlling shareholder, through Folio Holdings of Carcanet Press

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of St. Peter’s College, Oxford

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Fellow of The Royal Society of Literature
Fellow of The Royal College of Art

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Institute for Public Policy Research

GEDDES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Photo Corporation (UK) Ltd
Director, Trinity College London

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Portman Trusts

16(a) Trusteeships

Portman Trusts

GEORGE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Bank for International Settlements, Basel
Nestlé SA
NM Rothschild and Sons Ltd
Rothschild Continuation Holdings
Grosvenor Group Holdings

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Board of Governors of Dulwich College

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Eden Project

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee/Director of the Cornwall Community Foundation

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the BEIT Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Chairman, Oversight Committee of Commonwealth Education Fund

GIBSON OF MARKET RASEN, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of Standing Committee on Consumer Issues of Link Interchange Network Ltd

*12(i) Visits

(28-29 June 2008) (my husband and) I participated in the 2008 International Iran Freedom rally, Paris France. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, UNITE (former national official of UNITE)
President, RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Hon President, Yeadon Sqn Air Cadets 2168
Member, Air League Council
Member, Air Cadet Council

GIDDENS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Polity Press Ltd
Director, Centre for Social Research

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Polity Press Ltd (publishing firm)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science

GILBERT, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser to ABS Limited (Manufacturer of Hovercraft) (unpaid)
Adviser to Hartford Life International (US)
Adviser to Company of the Far Countries Ltd (US) (unpaid)
Board Member, ICON Pharmaceuticals (US) (unpaid)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Financial Information Technology Ltd (FIT)
Chairman of the Board of SinglePoint (Holdings) Ltd, and of SinglePoint Data Services Ltd
Daleco Resources Corporation

*13(b) Landholdings

One house in London SW5

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Lupus UK

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Urdang Academy
Patron, Atlantic Partnership

GLASGOW, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

I own an estate in Scotland. The park is open to the public, from which I derive an income
I own a castle, Kelburn, which is available for public functions, for which I gain income

*13(b) Landholdings

Please refer to *12(f)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My wife, Isabel, Countess of Glasgow was Chairman of the South West Region of Scottish Natural Heritage and continues to be involved on several committees relating to Scottish rural affairs

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant for Ayrshire

GLENAMARA, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Northumbria (until 28 June 2005)
Patron, Stop Gap (a trust which provides beds for rough sleepers in Northumberland)
President, Finchale College for the Disabled (Durham)
Vice President, Newcastle Abbeyfield Society

GLENARTHUR, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Governor, Nuffield Health
Audax Global S.â.r.l

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, National Employer Advisory Board for Britain’s Reserve Forces
Hon Colonel, 306 Hospital Support Medical Regiment
Hon Air Commodore, 612 (County of Aberdeen) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Helicopter Advisory Board
Director and Council Member, The Air League (unpaid)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Hanson Research Trust
Trustee, Philip Allison Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Vice President, Raleigh International

GLENTORAN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Securysis Ltd (security company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Home farm and cottage, Northern Ireland
Flat in London

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Commissioner of Commission for Irish Lights
Officer of the Order of St. John

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Bobsleigh Association
Non-executive Chairman, Paralympic World Cup (unpaid)

GOFF OF CHIEVELEY, Lord

No relevant interests

GOLDING, Baroness

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Administrative Steward, British Boxing Board of Control Ltd

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, Countryside Alliance Angling Committee

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, “Citizencard” (a proof of age card)
Chairman, Second Chance Children’s Charity
Trustee, ‘Get Hooked on Fishing’ Charity

GOLDSMITH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Westfield Group Board

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP (international law firm)

*12(i) Visits

Israel Bar Association Annual Meeting, Eilat, Israel (21-28 May 2006) (keynote speech on Terrorism and the Rule of Law – a British Perspective) – conference organisers paid for flights to/from Eilat and hotel accommodation from 23-25 May only). Accompanied by Lady Goldsmith.
G8 Ministerial Meeting, Moscow, Russia (15-16 June 2006) – conference organisers paid for hotel accommodation. Accompanied by Lady Goldsmith.

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Bar Pro Bono Unit
Chairman of Board of Trustees, Access to Justice Foundation
Member, Advisory Board of Indo-European Business Forum
Member, Advisory Board, Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative

GOODHART, Lord

No relevant interests

GOODLAD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, International Advisory Council GFTA Analytics Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Trust
Opera Australia Capital Fund

GORDON OF STRATHBLANE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Radio Clyde
Director, Active Capital Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Association

GOSCHEN, Viscount

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Korn/Ferry International, a leading international executive search firm. The company operates in virtually all sectors of the commercial world and in all major markets. These include regulated sectors. My own focus is on aerospace and defence, transport, logistics, business services, infrastructure, financial services and a wider mandate covering board level appointments across all sectors.

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Kasanka Trust (a UK registered charity supporting conservation and development in Zambia)

GOUDIE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

MTG One Ltd (strategic and management consultancy)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

MTG One Ltd

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Jordan (10-14 June 2006) to attend a conference – fare paid personally, accommodation paid by Global Women’s Action Network for Children
Attended a conference at the request of UN.GIFT in Vienna (12-16 February) accommodation and travel paid by UN.GIFT

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Piggybank Kids
Trustee of Sharegift
Board member, Pfizer Foundation UK
Board member, Vital Voices Global Partnership
Patron, Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Society of Labour Lawyers
Member of the Merchants House of Glasgow
Ambassador for WWF

GOULD OF BROOKWOOD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman and sole owner of Philip Gould Associates (company advises clients on market research, communications and strategy)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Philip Gould Associates
Deputy Chairman of Freud Communications

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of a Pepsico Advisory Board

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

100 per cent shareholding in Philip Gould Associates

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial assistance is provided 1 day a week by Philip Gould Associates

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of Royal Parks Commission

16(a) Trusteeships

Founder Trustee of Polis
Trustee of the Royal Parks Commission

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Labour Party member
QPR season ticket holder

GOULD OF POTTERNEWTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Independent Advisory Group on Sexual Health and HIV (a government sponsored body)
Chair of the Women’s National Commission (a government sponsored body)

*12(i) Visits

(28-29 June 2008) – Participation in International Iran Freedom rally, Paris France. Accommodation and fares met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of whom I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of the Iranian Resistance

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President and Member, fpa
President and Member, Brighton and Hove Fabian Society
President, Straight Talking
Vice President and Member, Speakability
Chair, HS Chapman Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, FORWARD
Patron, Brighton Women’s Centre

GRABINER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive chairman of Arcadia Group Ltd (a retail company)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Practising barrister

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Court of Governors of London School of Economics and Political Science
Council member of JUSTICE

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Jewish Chronicle newspaper

GRAHAM OF EDMONTON, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

Consultant to the Co-operative Group (Payment received £11,200 per annum)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Patron, Ancient Order of Foresters Charity Stewards

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

All-party Parliamentary Group for the Markets Industry
Association for the Welfare of Park-Home Owners
Co-Operative Group Consumers Organisation
President, Edmonton Labour Party
Vice Chair, Association for the Retail Industry

GRANTCHESTER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Dairy Farmers of Britain
Dairy Farmers of Britain Processing Ltd (subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of Britain) (unpaid)
Nene Valley Foods Ltd (subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of Britain) (unpaid)
Lubborn Cheese Ltd (subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of Britain) (unpaid)
Five Six (Liverpool) Ltd (Fund Management) (unpaid)
Glentrool Estates Ltd (holiday estate) (unpaid)
Cheshire & Warrington Economic Alliance (Sub-regional Body) (unpaid)
Loftus Grantchester Farms Retail Ltd (food retail) (unpaid)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Loftus Grantchester Farms Retail Ltd (Food Retail)
Glentrool Estates Ltd (holiday estate)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Everton Football Club Company Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Dairy Farming Holding in Cheshire, including residential properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Cheshire & Warrington Economic Alliance
Foundation for Sports and the Arts

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Foundation for Sports and the Arts

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Country Land and Business Association
National Farmers Union

GREAVES, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Second-hand bookdealer, dealing in books, ephemera and related items (trading as Liber Books)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Pendle Borough Council

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Membership Secretary, Pendle Liberal Democrats
Member, Colne Neighbourhood Action Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Treasurer, Pendle Printing Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors
Member, Access Conservation Land Environment Group of British Mountaineering Council
Member, Whitefield Regeneration Partnership (Nelson, Lancashire)

GREENFIELD, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Young Foresight Ltd (unpaid)
RiSci GB (unpaid)
Jewish Cultural Centre (unpaid)
Dan David Prize (unpaid)
Enkephala Ltd (unpaid)
Mindweavers Ltd (unpaid)
RiGB (unpaid)
Natural Justice (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Pharmacology, Oxford University
Director of The Royal Institution of Great Britain

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Enkephala Limited

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Heriot Watt University
Visiting Professor to Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Chair of Innovation, Queen’s University Belfast
Board of Cyprus Research and Educational Foundation

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, ‘Plants and Us’ Charity
Trustee, Carnegie Mellon University Proposal
Trustee, John Porter Charitable Trust
Trustee of Alexandria Library, Egypt
Board of Trustees, Cyprus Research Institute

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Oxford Dementia Centre Oxford Brookes University
Patron, West Berkshire Neurological Alliance
Patron, London Jewish Cultural Centre
Patron, Motor Neurone Disease Association
Patron, Oxford International Bio-Medical Centre
Patron, Mentor Foundation UK
Patron, Federation of Women Graduates
Patron, National Schizophrenic Foundation
Patron, Writers in Schools Project
Patron, Science Initiative, Fairfield High School for Girls, Manchester
Patron, Oxford Homeless Medical Fund
Patron, Pro Cancer Research Fund
Patron, Nurture Group Network
Patron, Institute of Education: London Regional Science Centre
Patron, Catalyst Science Discovery Centre
Patron, Project HOPE UK
Patron, UniAid
Patron, Alzheimer’s Research Trust
Patron, Find the Time (Leukemia Charity)
Ambassador of ‘Look Good… Feel Better’ Cancer Charity

GREENGROSS, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman of the Advisory Board of English Longitudinal Study on Ageing (UCL)
Advisory Board member to Good Corporation
Advisory Board member to Federal Trust
Advisory Board member to International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing
Adviser to Beginnings
Adviser, Partnership Assurance

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive, International Longevity Centre, UK

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

As the former Director General of Age Concern England, provision of part-time research and secretarial assistance

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Local Government Association
Commissioner, CEHR (Commission for Equality and Human Rights)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Pensions Policy Institute
President, College of Occupational Therapists
Vice President, Age Concern England
Co-Chair of Alliance on Health and the Future
Trustee, Resolution Foundation
Patron, Beginnings

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Hon Fellow, Institute of Actuaries
Hon Vice President, Royal Society for the Promotion of Health

GREENWAY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Eurolist International Ltd (company involved in port representation)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Hon Chairman, Marine & Industrial Enterprises SA, Piraeus, Greece

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professional Freelance Marine Photographer and writer

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees of the Memorial Fund of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology
Trustee, Hales Trophy (Atlantic Speed Record)
Trustee of the Tall Ships Youth Trust
Vice President, World Ship Society
Vice President and Chairman of Trustees, World Ship Trust
Vice President, Marine Society & Sea Cadets
Member of Council, RNLI

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Elder Brother of Trinity House
Hon Member of The Baltic Exchange (sub £950 per annum)

GREGSON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

British Nuclear Fuels Ltd (Chair of a panel of experts whose role is to adjudicate compensation scheme cases for morbidity and mortality arising from ionising radiation – one meeting per year for which paid an annual fee and reimbursed for travelling expenses)

GRENFELL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of salary as Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees, House of Lords

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Slovenia (14-16 March 2007) at the invitation of Parliament there to brief them on EU matters. Accommodation and hospitality received

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of The Dundee Trust, a charitable organisation established by the Earl of Dundee to provide micro-financing for rehabilitation projects in war-damaged areas of Croatia (unpaid)
President of the Anglo-Belgian Society of the UK (unpaid) (It is a not-for-profit organisation)

GRIFFITHS, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Acts as Arbitrator and Mediator in commercial disputes from time to time

GRIFFITHS OF BURRY PORT, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Central Foundation School for Boys
Trustee, Central Foundation Schools

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Sir Halley Stewart Charitable Trust

GRIFFITHS OF FFORESTFACH, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Vice Chairman, Goldman-Sachs International

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Herman Miller
Director, Land Securities Trillium
Director, Times Newspapers

GROCOTT, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit (31 August – 5 September 2008) to Hungary and Romania funded by the Railfreight Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Telford Steam Railway

GUTHRIE OF CRAIGIEBANK, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, BioDefense Corporation (an American company)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd
Non-executive Director, Ashley Gardens Block 2 Ltd
Non-executive Director, Colt Defense LLC
Non-executive Director, Sciens Capital
Non-executive Director, Peter Hambro Mining PLC
Non-executive Chairman, Siboney Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the International Advisory Board of Thorium Power (a US Company)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Oman (5-7 January 2007) as an Advisor – paid for by the Government of Oman
Visit to Oman (5-6 January 2008) as an Advisor – paid for by the Government of Oman

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow and visiting Professor, King’s College, London
Board, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Board, Moscow School of Policy Studies
Chairman of the Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth, St. John’s Wood (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee Weidenfeld Institute

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Colonel Commandant, Special Air Service
Colonel, Life Guards
Trustee, Institute of International and Strategic Studies
President, Action Medical Research
President, Army Benevolent Fund
President, Federation of London Youth Clubs
President, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association
President, Jubilee Action: Turkana Appeal
Vice-President, Trinity Institute for Christianity and Culture
Governor, Charterhouse, Clerkenwell
Chairman of Trustees, Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King’s College
Patron, Order of Malta’s Care Trust
Patron, Hub School Project (Pakistan)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Vice President and Knight of Sovereign Military Order of Malta
Patron, Cardinal Hume Centre
Patron, UK Defence Forum
Patron, Oratory School
Patron, Second World War Experience Centre
Vice Patron, Atlantic Council “Partnership for Peace”

HALE OF RICHMOND, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Bristol
Visitor, Girton College, Cambridge
Visiting Professor, Kings College London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, National Family Mediation
President, United Kingdom Association of Women Judges
President-elect, International Association of Women Judges

HAMEED, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Alpha Hospitals (no remuneration till now)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, London International Hospital

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

A PA and other secretarial assistance is paid for by London International Hospital

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Alpha Hospitals
London International Hospital

*13(b) Landholdings

Various properties in central London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Commonwealth Youth Organisation Council
Chairman of the Friends of British Library
Trustee, Little Foundation
Trustee (Board Member), Ethnic Minorities Foundation
Trustee (Board Member), British Muslim Research Centre
Trustee, The Co-Oxistence Trust
Trustee, The Woolf Institute of Abrahamic Faiths
Patron, The Three Faiths Forum
UK Committee Member, The Maimonides Foundation
Executive Committee Member, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan (Indian Institute of Culture)
Governor of the International Students House

HAMILTON OF EPSOM, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Curtiss Wright Control Inc – US Defence Contractors
Chemring Energetics LA (Defence Manufacturer)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

MSB Ltd – Managing Consultants
Hot Rocks Energy – Geo Thermal Energy
New Star Global Fund – Investment Trust
Jupiter Dividend & Growth Fund – Investment Trust

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Hot Rocks Energy – Geo Thermal Energy
Aurelian Oil & Gas Ltd
Jupiter Financial Opportunities
Homepride Ltd

HAMWEE, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Clintons (solicitors)
Member of London Assembly, Greater London Authority

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Nancy Seear Trust
Member, Advisory Board, Centre for Public Scrutiny
Member, Compact Advocacy Advisory Group, NCVO
Joint President, Association of London Government
Vice President, Town & Country Planning Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Amnesty International
Friends of the Earth

HANHAM, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-executive Director, Imperial NHS Trust
Member, Royal Borough Kensington and Chelsea

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Friend, University of Grenada
Magistrate, City of London Bench and Inner London Family Proceedings Court
Member, Committee of Regions
Trustee, Charitable Trustees, St Mary’s NHS Trust
Chairman, England Volunteering Development Council

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Campaign for Learning
Patron, London Care Connections
Patron, CASH
Patron, Action for Disability – Kensington & Chelsea (ADKC)
Patron, In Deep (Westminster)

HANNAY OF CHISWICK, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Member of Tangguh Independent Advisory Panel (set up by BP to advise on a liquefied natural gas project in Papua, Indonesia)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court, University of Birmingham

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chair, United Nations Association UK

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Advisory Board, Centre for European Reform
Member, Advisory Board, European Foreign Affairs Review
Member, Advisory Board, Judge Business School, Cambridge
Chairman, International Advisory Board of EDHEC Business School
Governor, Ditchley Foundation

HANNINGFIELD, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Israel (31 October-5 November 2007) arranged and paid for by Conservative Friends of Israel (29 January 2009)

*13(b) Landholdings

Land at Doylands Farm, West Hanningfield, Essex

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Brentwood School
Member, Essex County Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Localis Ltd
Director, Local Government Association Property Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Vice Patron, Helen Rollason Cancer Care Centre Appeal
Patron of the Academies Enterprise Trust – a charitable education trust (non-remunerated) (29 January 2009)

HARDIE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senator, The College of Justice, Scotland

HARRIES OF PENTREGARTH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
Gresham Professor of Divinity
Regular income from lectures, books and articles

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Multi-Faith School Trust

HARRIS OF HARINGEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Public Affairs Consultant, Toby Harris Associates

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senior Advisor, KPMG LLp
Member, Metropolitan Police Authority
Advisor, Informed Research and Training Ltd (4 November 2008)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Washington DC, USA (29 January-3 February 2007) to attend conference of Congressional Internet Caucus and other meetings. All fares, accommodation and expenses were paid jointly by the European Information Society Group (EURIM) and the Parliamentary Information Technology Committee (PITCOM)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Metropolitan Police Authority (see 12(f) above)

16(a) Trusteeships

Chair, Wembley National Stadium Trust
Trustee, Safer London Foundation

HARRIS OF PECKHAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Carpetright plc (and subsidiaries)
Harris Ventures Ltd (Investment Company)
Non-executive Director, Arsenal FC (effective November 2005)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman and Chief Executive, Carpetright plc (and subsidiaries)
Chairman, Harris Ventures Ltd (Investment Company)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Harris Ventures Ltd (Investment Company)
HVL4 Ltd (Investment Company)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Carpetright plc
SCI CASALA
SCI Villa Le Golfe (directly related to member’s holiday residence)

*13(b) Landholdings

347 acres of woodland investment, Dumfries and Galloway

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Generation Trust, Guys Hospital
Trustee, Bacons City Technology College
Trustee, Harris City Academy Crystal Palace
Trustee and Governor, The Academy at Peckham
Trustee and Governor, The Harris Academy at South Norwood
Trustee and Governor, The Harris Academy, Bermondsey
Trustee and Governor, Harris Academy Merton
Trustee and Governor, Harris Federation of South London Schools
Trustee and Governor, Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Prostate Cancer “Investing In Life” Campaign
Deputy Chairman, NSPCC National Appeal Board and Executive Committee
President of Friends of Guys Hospital

HARRIS OF RICHMOND, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Patron, Peppermint Garden Limited (a company manufacturing a special gardening product) (unpaid)
Patron, WAFE (Federation Internationale des Femmes Centre Le Fondamentalisme et pour l’Egalite des femmes) (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Speaker for the House Magazine – Westminster Explained
Speaker – “Understanding Moderngov”

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Paris (12-13 March 2006) to attend a meeting with the President of the National Council for Resistance in Iran. The trip was organised and paid for entirely by the organisation
Visit to Paris (1-2 July 2006) to speak at a rally for the NCRI – travel and hotel provided by the NCRI (National Council for Resistance in Iran)
Parliamentary visit to Algeria (17-21 September 2006) – all accommodation etc was provided by the Algerian Government
Visit to Coleraine and Londonderry (12-14 October 2007) with The Honourable The Irish Society
Visit to Gibraltar (17-20 December 2007) as a guest of the Gibraltar Services Police Staff Association. Whilst there I had meetings with His Excellency The Governor; The Commander, British Forces, Gibraltar; the Chief Police Officer of The Gibraltar Services Police; the Deputy First Minister and officers and staff of the Gibraltar Services Police. All flights and accommodation were provided by the Staff Association of the Gibraltar Services Police
Guest speaker on cruise liner (30 March – 20 April 2008) – no fee provided but accommodation and all food included
Guest of the Gibraltar Services Police Staff Association from 24-29 October 2008 – accommodation was provided (4 November 2008)
Parliamentary visit to Cyprus (26 November-2 December 2008) courtesy of the Cypriot House of Representatives. Accommodation and subsistence provided by the House of Representatives (16 December 2008)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of whom I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of the Iranian Resistance

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Alderman of North Yorkshire County Council
Hon Freedom of Richmond (North Yorkshire)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Patron, Northern Defence Industries Ltd (NDI)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon. President of York Liberal Democrats
Hon. President of York Outer Liberal Democrats
President of the National Association of Chaplains to the Police
Patron, Lister House, Royal British Legion Home
Patron, Herriot Hospice Homecare, Northallerton
Trustee, Industry and Parliament Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Flint House Police Rehabilitation Trust

HARRISON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Israel (10-15 September 2006) to study the Israel-Palestine conflict – sponsored by Labour Friends of Israel
Visit to Taiwan (2-8 January 2007) accompanied by wife as guests of the Government of Taiwan. The purpose of the visit was part of an All-Party Delegation to meet with political leaders in Taiwan
Visit to Boston (11-15 March 2007) as a member of the British-American Parliamentary Group to attend meetings on the issue of climate change
Visit to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (30 March-4 April 2007) accompanied by my wife. The visit was made as a guest of the government of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Visit to Netherlands (5-7 September 2007) – All Party Group
Visit to Italy (17 – 20 October 2007) – All Party Group – my wife accompanied me and paid for herself
Visit to Paris (26-27 June 2008) All Party Franco-British Group
Visit to China (25 October-1 November) 2008 as Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary China Group, at the invitation of the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Congress to consolidate links between the UK and China. Transport to and from China was paid by the All Party Parliamentary China Group from donations previously registered. All internal costs including accommodation, meals and travel were met by the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Congress (18 November 2008)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Trustee of the Genesis Initiative (the Business Senate for Enterprise)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Parliamentary Ambassador, NSPCC
President, Chester and District Parkinson’s Disease Society
Vice President, Cheshire Landscape Trust
Vice President, WIN (Wirral Investment Network)

HART OF CHILTON, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Suffolk

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of the University of Greenwich (from 1 January 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee and Board Member of -
Development Council of the Almeida Theatre, Islington
British Architectural Library Trust
Council of University College, London
Member of the Project and Development Committee of the Victoria and Albert Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice Patron of the Ipswich Blind Society (from 1 January 2008)

HASKEL, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Perrotts Group Ltd (a small company remaining after business interests were sold)

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman of Trustees, The Lord and Lady Haskel Charitable Foundation
Chairman of Trustees, Smith Institute
Trustee, Perrotts Group Retirement Benefits Scheme

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon President, Institute for Jewish Policy Research
Hon President, Environmental Industries Commission
Patron, Chronic Diseases Research Foundation
Council, Foundation for Science and Technology
Hon. Chairman, Technitex (an association of firms in the technical textiles industry)
Hon. Chairman, Materials UK

HASKINS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, JSR Farms Ltd
Advisory Director, Montrose Associates
Chair, Airtrack Railways Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Director, Quarryside Farms Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Pro Chancellor, Open University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Lawes Agricultural Trust

HASTINGS OF SCARISBRICK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

British Telecom PLC

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

KPMG
Former BBC employee (1994-2006) in receipt of BBC Pension

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Crime Concern
Patron, Springboard for Children
Patron, Zane
Patron, Toy Box
Trustee, International Business Leaders Forum
Trustee, Vodafone Group Foundation

HATTERSLEY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Contracted journalism

HAWORTH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Water Power Enterprises (a renewable energy company) (unpaid)

HAYHOE, Lord

No relevant interests

HAYMAN, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of salary as Lord Speaker of the House of Lords

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Joint President, British-American Parliamentary Group
Joint President, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, UK Branch
Joint President, Industry and Parliament Trust
Hon President, Inter Parliamentary Union British Group
President, Police Service Parliamentary Scheme

HEALEY, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Council of Global Energy Studies

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Abbeyfield (Eastbourne) Society Ltd
Charleston Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

British Legion

HENIG, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to the public and private sector, principally on policing matters

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair of the Security Industry Authority

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Lancaster Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnership
Chair, Storey Creative Industries Centre Board, Lancaster
President of the Association of Police Authorities
Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Lancaster and District Art Society

HENLEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Davies Wallis Foyster LLP

*13(b) Landholdings

Agricultural land in Cumberland, including residential properties

HESELTINE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Haymarket Publishing Group

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Haymarket Publishing Group

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Haymarket Publishing Group

HIGGINS, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, National Institute for Economic and Social Research
Hon Member, Keynes College, University of Kent

HILTON OF EGGARDON, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Officer, BTCV (British Trust for Conservation Volunteers)
Hon Officer, NEA (Neighbourhood Energy Action)
Trustee, Pond Conservation Trust
Chair, Teddington Society

HODGSON OF ASTLEY ABBOTTS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Executive Chairman, Johnson Bros and Co Ltd (investment company)
Non-executive Chairman, Nova Capital Management (a private equity fund management company)
Non-executive Chairman, RFIB Group Ltd (specialist insurance and reinsurance broker)
Non-executive Chairman, Tenet Group Ltd (an IFA Group)
Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries plc (now renamed Marston’s Plc)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Johnson Brothers and Co Ltd (investment company)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Nova Capital Management (a private equity fund management company)
Rostrum Group Ltd (specialist fund manager)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Shropshire including residential properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow and Trustee, St Peter’s College, Oxford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of NCVO
Advisory Committee, Armed Forces Charities (21 October 2008)

HOFFMANN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Non-permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Children’s Music Workshop

HOGG, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, 3i Group plc
Chairman, Frontier Economics Ltd
Non-executive Director, BG Group plc
Non-executive Director of Cadbury (wef 23 October 2008) (28 October 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Deputy Chairman of the Financial Reporting Council

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

See House of Commons Register for Rt Hon Douglas Hogg, MP (husband)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, London Business School
Member, Financial Reporting Council
Alternate Member, The Takeover Panel

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Advisory Council, Shine
Member of CMi mentoring network (28 October 2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trusthouse Foundation
Trustee, St Mary’s School
Trustee of The Cicely Saunders Institute of Palliative Care (20 January 2009)

HOLLICK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Director, Diageo plc
Director, Honeywell International Inc
Director, Nielsen NV
Director, ProSieben Sat 1 Media AG

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, South Bank Centre

HOLLIS OF HEIGHAM, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Board Member, Pensions Advisory Service
Royalties and occasional income in respect of academic monographs and biographies
Miscellaneous fees and honorariums from lecturing, writing and speaking on pensions

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Istanbul (21-23 April 2006) as guest of the Strategic International Forum. I received economy air tickets and associated hospitality.

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow of various universities including UEA

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Local Government Association
Hon. President, Women’s Local Government Society
Trustee, History of Parliament trust
Trustee, Policy Studies Institute

HOME, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Coutts & Co
Deva Group (cattle breeding, hotel, insurance, farming) (unpaid)
Deva Holding Ltd (unpaid)
Douglas and Angus Estates
MAN Limited
RBS Coutts (unpaid)
Director, RBS Asset Management (unpaid)
Chairman, Grosvenor Group Limited (from 1 May 2007)
Board Member, Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Coutts & Co

*13(b) Landholdings

Land in Berwickshire and Lanarkshire indirectly through Douglas and Angus Estates

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Glenalmond College, Perthshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Trustee, Royal Agricultural Society of England
President, Royal Highland Agricultural Society (from 2007-2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Coutts Charitable Trust
Coutts Foundation
Grosvenor Estates (paid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Lymphoma Association

HOOPER, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Advisory Committee, Barclays European Infrastructure Fund

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Institute for the study of the Americas, University of London

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Development Trust, National Museums Liverpool

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, European Foundation for Heritage Skills
Chairman, Dance Teachers Benevolent Fund
Executive Council Member, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA)
Governor, Royal Academy of Dance
Governor, Centre for Global Energy Studies (20 January 2009)
Vice-President, Hispanic and Luso Brazilian Councils (Canning House)
President, Waste Watch
President, British Educational Equipment & Supplies Association (20 January 2009)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, The Tablet
Trustee, Anglo Romanian Educational Trust
Trustee, Industry and Parliament Trust
Trustee, St. George’s House, Windsor Castle

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
Fellow, Royal Society for Arts and Manufacturing
Anglo Ecuadorian Society
Galapagos Trust
Anglo Mexican Society
Angle Chilean Society

HOOSON, Lord

No relevant interests

HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Advisory Council, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
Chancellor of Strathclyde University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Commonwealth Magistrates’ and Judges’ Association
Trustee, Bute House Trust, Edinburgh

HOPE OF THORNES, Lord

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation

HOWARD OF RISING, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

General consultancy services to Wicksteed Leisure Limited and Jardentome Limited

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Castle Rising Holdings Ltd and subsidiaries
GSE Trustees Ltd (unpaid)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Castle Rising Holdings Limited
GSE Trustees Limited
Chateau Limited

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Jardentome Ltd (indirect)
Wicksteed Engineering Limited (20%)

*13(b) Landholdings

The Castle Rising Estate, which includes residential property in Norfolk

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Councillor, Kings Lynn and West Norfolk District Council & Cabinet Member
Chairman, Castle Rising Parish Council
Member, Kings Lynn Internal Drainage Board

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Owner, Castle Rising Castle

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, National Playing Fields Association
Chairman of the Trustees, Trinity Hospital Castle Rising
Treasurer, All Saints Church Roydon, PCC
Secretary, Sunningdale School Anniversary Appeal

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, the Hon Mary Howard Trust
Trustee, St Lawrence Church Trust
Trustee, All Saints Roydon Church Trust
Trustee, Castle Rising Playing Field Trust
Trustee, Howard Discretionary Trust
Trustee, H Benink Will Trust
Trustee, Greville Howard children’s settlement
Trustee, J Enoch Powell Will Trust
Trustee, J Enoch Powell Literary Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Countryside Alliance

HOWARTH OF BRECKLAND, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Board Member (deputy chair) of CAFCASS (Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Livability (Chair and President)
Lucy Faithful Foundation (Vice Chair and Trustee)
Chair, Stop It Now campaign (Chair)
Little Hearts Matter (Trustee and Patron)
Vice President, Child Line

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, British Association of Social Workers
Associate, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services

HOWARTH OF NEWPORT, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Istanbul (20-26 April 2006) at the invitation of International Strategic Forums (ISF) Limited to co-chair a forum on Strategies for Education, Training and Learning for Business and Industry, Turkey & UK. The hosts paid for travel, accommodation and some subsistence for me and my partner
Attendance at conference, Anti-Seizure and legal Immunity: the safeguarding of cultural objects on loan within the European Union and beyond, 4-8 October 2006, in Budapest. Travel, accommodation and subsistence paid for by Institute of Art and Law, and additional hospitality received from Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Poetry Archive
Trustee and Chair of the Trustees and Governors of the Friends of the Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums (Brighton and Hove)
Trustee and Director of the Foundation for International Cultural Diplomacy
Chair of the Working Group on UK Literary Heritage (this is a voluntary body which seeks to develop and implement a national strategy to benefit the UK’s cultural and intellectual environment by ensuring that archives of pre-eminent modern and contemporary authors are retained in this country and made accessible. The Working Group is serviced by the British Library)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Board of the Norwich Heritage and Regeneration Trust (HEART) (HEART is a private charitable company, established to plan and coordinate regeneration, management and promotion of the built heritage in Norwich)
Patron of Tourism for All UK (this is a charity that provides holiday and travel information for disabled people and promotes improved access provision by the tourism industry)

HOWE, Earl

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, LAPADA (London & Provincial Antique Dealers Association Ltd)
Non-executive Director, Andry Montgomery Ltd (exhibition organisers)
Non-executive Director, Montgomery Exhibitions Ltd (exhibition organisers)
Trustee, The Portman Estate (family trust)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner in family farming business (arable)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Buckinghamshire, including residential properties, offices and woodland
Residential and commercial property in London

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Milton’s Cottage Trust (Chairman of Trustees)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Friends of Little Missenden Festival of the Arts
Chairman, Friends of the Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield
Hereditary Governor, King William IV Naval Foundation
President, Abbeyfield (Beaconsfield) Society
President, National Society for Epilepsy
President, RNLI Chilterns Branch
President, South Buckinghamshire Association for the Disabled
President, Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield
Trustee and Hon Treasurer, the Trident Trust
Trustee, RAFT (Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust)
Trustee, Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School, Marlow
Trustee, the Penn Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Associate, British Veterinary Association
Hon Member, The Woodland Trust
Chairman, Patrons’ Committee, Buckinghamshire County Museum
Member, RNLI Council
Member, RNLI Fundraising Committee

HOWE OF ABERAVON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Doha as a guest of the Government of Qatar (22-26 April 2007) to attend the Annual Forum on Development, Democracy and Free Trade
Visit (with wife) to New York (15-18 October 2007) as guests of TRAIN Foundation

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Bencher of the Middle Temple

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Cambridge Overseas Trust
Trustee, Rajiv Gandhi (UK) Foundation

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Consumers’ Association
Patron, UK Metric Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Great Britain China Centre
President, Russian Enterprise Trust
Patron, The Sheila McKechnie Foundation

HOWE OF IDLICOTE, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, National Governors Association (NGA)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Architectural Association School of Architecture

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Council of the Institute of Business Ethics
Member of the NCVO Advisory Council
Patron, Institute of Business Ethics
President, The Peckham Settlement
Board Member, Veolia Environmental Trust plc (formerly Onyx)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Ann Driver Trust

HOWELL OF GUILDFORD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Central Japan Railway Company
Consultant to Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Member, Financial Advisory Committee, Kuwait Investment Authority
Member of the International Advisory Board of Hermitage Global Fund
Member of the Governing Board of the Centre for Global Energy Studies (an independent energy think tank)
Economic Advisor to Blomfield Securities

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Earnings from journalism and from economic and energy consultancy

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Qatar (10-13 April 2006) as guest of, and with costs of travel and accommodation paid for by, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Visit to Taiwan (12-15 February 2007) as guest of the Taiwanese Government
Visit to Azerbaijan (11-14 April 2007) as guest of Azerbaijan Government
Visit to Kuwait (25-28 January 2008) as part of an All-Party fact-finding delegation. All costs were borne by the Kuwait National Assembly

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director and Board Member, Shakespeare Globe Trading Limited (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Institute of Energy Economists (a Company registered at Companies House) (unpaid)

HOWELLS OF ST DAVIDS, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Pakistan paid for by Nestle
Visit of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia paid for by Saudi Arabian Embassy
Visit to Yemen (26-30 August 2006) as a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Yemen for meetings in Sana’a and Aden. I was the guest of the Yemini Government who paid the costs of the visit

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Ex Governor of Rachael McMillan Nursery School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Talawa Theatre Company
Grenada Arts Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Carib Welfare Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Bernie Grant Trust
Bexley & Greenwich Cottage Hospice
Grenada Arts Group
Ex Talawa Theatre Committee
British Caribbean Association
Patron, Diversity and Leadership in the 21st Century
Patron, Greenwich Dance Agency
Trustee, University of St Georges, Grenada

HOWIE OF TROON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultancy to George S Hall Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Publishing Consultant to Parliamentary Perceptions Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Council of City University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow of Institution of Civil Engineers
Hon Fellow of Association of Building Engineers
Hon Fellow of Institution of Structural Engineers
Vice President of Periodical Publishers Association
Vice President of the Combustion Engineering Association
Member of Society of Engineers and Scientists (France)

HOYLE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Fairpoint Group plc (from 1 January 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of Warrington Wolves Rugby League Football Club (now remunerated) (29 January 2009)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Dubai (17-21 January 2008). Travel paid for by Emirates Airlines

*13(b) Landholdings

Part ownership of 107-113 Chorley Road, Adlington, Lancs (office, retail and industrial premises)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President (and past President) of ASTMS and MSF

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of Adlington Cricket Club
Hon. President of Surface Engineering Association (unpaid)
Patron, Furniture for the future
Patron, Making Space
Patron, SPARC

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Adlington Town Council
Member of Unite
Member of Labour Friends of Israel
Hon member of the Showmans Guild

HUGHES OF WOODSIDE, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon President, Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA)
Hon President, Mozambique Angola Committee (MAC)

16(a) Trusteeships

Sponsor, Canon Collins Trust (formerly Trustee, Canon Collins Education Trust for Southern Africa (CCETSA) (1997-2006)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Amicus, UNITE (new name for Engineering Trade Union)

HUNT OF CHESTERTON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Academic Director, Lighthill Risk Network

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor, Technological University of Delft, Netherlands
Professor, Arizona State University
Visiting Fellow, Malaysian Commonwealth Studies Centre, Cambridge
Member of Advisory Committee of EDF Energy
Consultant, Ministry of Defence

*12(i) Visits

Visit to World Bank (April 2006) under auspices of Globe UK; some expenses paid by Globe UK
Visit to Brazilia (February 2008) expenses paid by Globe, UK
Visit to Tokyo (June 2008) expenses paid by Globe, UK

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

25% share of Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings
1/6th of a field in the Isle of Wight

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow, Royal Society
Governor, Westminster School
Member, Advisory Committee for Protection at Sea
Member (Royal Society observer) on Advisory Committee for Natural Disaster Reduction
Hon Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, ACOPS and ACOPS Ltd
President, National Society for Clean Air
President, Environmental Protection UK (formerly NSCA)
Member of Advisory Group for Natural Disaster Reduction

HUNT OF KINGS HEATH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary
(27 December 2008)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Certain family members have IT companies with contracts with Govt. departments and their agencies and arms length bodies, local authorities and NHS bodies (27 December 2008)

*15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Associate Fellow of the Institute of Governance and Public Management at Warwick Business School

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President, West Midlands Labour Finance & Industry Group

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Labour Party
Co-operative Party
Cyclist Touring Club
Socialist Education Association
Socialist Health Association
St Mary’s Hospice, Birmingham
UK Public Health Association
Unison (trade union)
Warwickshire County Cricket Club
Patron, Birmingham Centre for Arts
Patron, Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust (Raft) – a charity which supports research and education in reconstructive plastic surgery and burn injury treatment
Patron, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Patron, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
Campaign for State Education
Comprehensive Futures
Labour Party Disabled Members Group
President of Attock Cricket Club, Birmingham (27 December 2008)
Member of Transport 2000 (27 December 2008)

HUNT OF WIRRAL, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Partner of Beachcroft LLP Solicitors and Chairman of Brightwater Regulatory Consulting Limited (trading as Beachcroft Regulatory Consulting), both of which advise their clients on government, parliamentary and regulatory matters

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Hon Consultant to the Newhall Group at Newhall Lane, Hoylake, Wirral (periodical publishers)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Brightwater Regulatory Consulting Limited
Chairman of The Life Trust Foundation

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner, Beachcroft LLP Solicitors

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial and research assistance paid for by Beachcroft LLP

*12(i) Visits

Guest lecturer with Saga Cruises accompanied by wife (hospitality, no remuneration)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman English-Speaking Union
Life Vice President, Association of Conservative Clubs Limited
Life Vice President, Liverpool College
President, Inter-Parliamentary Council against Anti-Semitism
President, Case Management Society UK
President, Abbeyfield Hoylake & West Kirby Society
President, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Occupational Safety and Health
President, Hoylake and District Remembrance Sunday Committee
President, Hoylake Cottage Hospital Trust
President, Hoylake Council for Voluntary Service
President, Leukaemia Research Fund (Wirral Branch)
President, West Kirby Citizens’ Advice Bureau
President, Wirral Disabled Marine Association
President, Wirral Sick Children’s Fund
President, Mainstream
President, Old Lerpoolian Society
President, Chartered Insurance Institute
Patron, British Heart Foundation (South Wirral Branch)
Patron, Motor Neurone Disease Association (Wirral Branch)
Patron, International Centre for Child Studies
Vice President, Holocaust Educational Trust
Vice Chairman, All-Party Parliamentary War Crimes Group
Vice President, Caldy Cricket Club
Vice President, Caldy Rugby Football Club
Vice President, Mersey Kidney Research
Vice President, National Playbus Association
Vice President, Quality Placements
Vice President, St John’s Hospice in Wirral
Vice President, Tory Reform Group
Vice President, United Nations Association (North West Region)
Vice President, Wales in London
Vice President, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
Trustee, Melrose Club

16(b) Voluntary organisations

All-Party Parliamentary Cricket Group
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Advertising
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance and Financial Services
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Soap and Detergent Industry
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Town Centre Management Issues
All-Party Parliamentary Retail Industry Group
All-Party Parliamentary Sports Group
Buckingham Club
Conservative Group for Europe
Dinosaurs Club
Nick’s Diner
Parliamentary and Scientific Committee
Rotary Club of London
Society of Conservative Lawyers
Unionist Club

HURD OF WESTWELL, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, Montrose Strategic Consultancy based in London

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Deputy Chairman, Coutts Bank

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Author of fifteen published books
Senior Adviser, Hawkpoint
Retained as mediator by Centre for Effective Disputes Resolution (CEDR)
Member of International Advisory Board of Altimo, a subsidiary of the Russian Alfa group, which invests in mobile phone operators across the world
Chairman of Advisory Council of FIRST magazine group

*12(i) Visits

Visit (June 2006) of four days to Saudi Arabia as guest of Saudi Government

15(a) Membership of public bodies

High Steward of Westminster Abbey
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Prison Reform Trust
President, German-British Forum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Joint President, Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House)

HUTCHINSON OF LULLINGTON, Lord

No relevant interests

HUTTON, Lord

No relevant interests

HYLTON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

April 2006 – Visit to Qatar for Conference on Inter Faith Dialogue – 3 nights’ full board and lodging and paid flights – Government of Qatar
Visit to Tel Aviv (25 -28 January 2007) – return flight plus travel and accommodation paid for by “Forward Thinking” a registered charity, of which I am a Trustee
Visit to Qatar (April 2007) for conference on Inter Faith Dialogue – flights and 4 night board and lodging paid for by Government of Qatar
Visit to Ankara, Turkey (April 2008) as guest of the Democratic Society Party of Turkey. I received return economy air flights London to Ankara, two nights hotel accommodation and two other meals

*13(b) Landholdings

Family land-holdings in Somerset and Surrey
Substantial landowner and farmer in Somerset including a few residential properties
Woodland owner in Somerset

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Court of Bath University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, Ammerdown Centre Ltd (with which Christian College for Adult Education has now merged)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, CAABU
Vice President, New Dialogue (re. Northern Ireland)
Director, Forward Thinking (registered charity)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, MICOM (linking Republic of Moldova & Northern Ireland)
Chairman, Advisory Council of Foundation for Reconciliation and Relief in Middle East (F.R.R.M.E)
Vice Chairman, Partners in Hope (formerly St Francis & St Serguis Trust) (working through Russian partner organisations for benefit of children and young people “at risk” in Moscow region)
President, PEOPLE working with prisoners etc in SW England
President, Kilmersdon Rural Housing Association
President, NIACRO (Northern Ireland, re. prisoners, criminal justice etc)
Patron of Chechnya Peace Forum (4 November 2008)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Charter 88 (Constitutional Reform)
Member of Charter 99 (UN Reform)

IMBERT, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of Capital Eye Ltd (a security consultancy, vetting and pre-employment screening agency and security Advisory company employing former police personnel). Now wholly owned by Inkerman (Group) Ltd
Strategic Advisor to Inkerman (Group) Ltd
Member of Editorial Advisory Board, Professional Security Magazine

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

40% interest in Capital Eye Security Ltd, Dunley Hill Court, Ranmore Common, Dorking, Surrey (a security consultancy, vetting and pre-employment screening agency and security Advisory company employing former police personnel; a family business with maximum value of £100,000)
Minor Shareholder with Group 4 Securicor and Retainagroup Ltd (both security companies)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Metropolitan Police Museum Trust, (a trust to raise funds to establish and run a Metropolitan Police Museum)
Trustee, Police Foundation, (an independent research organisation to examine issues to improve Police/public relationships and improve police services to the public)
Trustee, University College Hospitals Charitable Foundation (the Foundation’s objective is to raise funds for medical research and facilities at University College, London)
Trustee, Crimestoppers
Vice President, Friends of St Thomas Hospital
Hon Life Vice President of Surrey County Cricket Club
Patron, Association of Security Consultants
Member of Worshipful Company of Security Professionals
Member of Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO)
Member of National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO)
Member of Royal Society of St George (Vice President of Cinque Ports Branch)

INGE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, Investcorp
Adviser to the King and Government of Bahrain
Consultant, OWR AG (based at Elztal-Rittersbach)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, Aegis
Chairman of UK Sports Park plc

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Munich (3-5 February 2006) for the Munich Conference on Security Policy – air fares were paid by the Conference organisers
Visit to Oman (10-12 February 2006) for the International Institute for Strategic Studies meeting air fares were paid by the Conference organisers
Visit to Singapore (1-4 June 2006) for the International Institute for Strategic Studies conference air fares were paid by the Conference organisers
Visit to Oman (8-11 December 2006) for the Omani Armed Forces dinner as the guest of The Armed Forces of Oman
Visit to Oman (31 December – 8 January 2007) for the New Year celebrations and meetings as a guest of the Sultan of Oman and Government of Oman
Visit to Singapore (30 May-3 June 2007) for the International Institute for Strategic Studies conference – air fares were paid by Conference organisers
Visit to Oman (11-12 December 2007) for the Omani Armed Forces Dinner as the guest of the Armed Forces of Oman
Visit to Oman (30 December 2007 – 6 January 2008) for the New Year Celebrations and meetings as guest of the Sultan of Oman and Government of Oman
Visit to Singapore (29 May-1 June 2008) for the International Institute for Strategic Studies conference – air fares were paid by Conference organisers

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Council, King Edward VII Sister Agnes Hospital

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, The Pilgrims
Vice President, Forces’ Pensions Society

INGLEWOOD, Lord

*12(c) Remunerated services

Political Adviser, House of Lords (unpaid) for the Estates Business Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, CN Group (Media)
Chairman, Carr’s Milling Industries plc (food and agriculture)
Director, Pheasant Inn (Bassenthwaite Lake) Ltd (hotel)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Farmer

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Pheasant Inn (Bassenthwaite Lake) Ltd (hotel)

*13(b) Landholdings

Hutton-in-the-Forest Estate (farmland including residential property in Cumbria)
Wythop Estate (farmland including residential property in Cumbria)
Owner Hutton-in-the-Forest (historic house open to the public)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art
Governor of Skinner’s Academy Hackney (from February 2008) (20 January 2009)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Friends of the Lake District (nominated by the Committee for the National Consultative Council)
President, Cumbria Tourist Board
Member, Historic Houses Association Finance & Policy Committee

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Carlisle Cathedral Development Trust Project

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Elton Estate, Cambridgeshire
Trustee, Raby Estates, Co Durham and Shropshire
Trustee, Thoresby Estate, Nottinghamshire
Trustee, Calvert Trust
Trustee, Settle-Carlisle Railway Trust
Trustee, Whitehaven Community Trust Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Bar
Member, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of London

IRVINE OF LAIRG, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Hutchison Whampoa Limited group of companies

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Hutchison Ports (UK) Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Visiting Professor at University College London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of John Smith Memorial Trust

JACOBS, Lord

No relevant interests

JAMES OF BLACKHEATH, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Cerberus Capital Management LP based in New York

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Henlys Group plc
Chairman, Vidapulse Limited (currently unpaid)
Chairman Designate, Brighton Rock (currently unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Vice Patron, National Tank Museum
Chairman and Trustee, Epsom Training and Development Fund (racing)
David James Music Charitable Trust (own charity set up to assist emerging British composers)

JAMES OF HOLLAND PARK, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

Seven properties, four in London; three of the properties are occupied either rent-free or at a loss; only one rented commercially.

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Costa Literary Prize committee member (unpaid)
President of the Society of Authors (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and of the Royal Society of Literature but not an office holder in either of these organisations

JANNER OF BRAUNSTONE, Lord

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

World Jewish Congress, The Commonwealth Jewish Trust, the World Jewish Affairs Fund and the Coexistence Trust contribute or have contributed towards office, secretarial, staffing and other expenses connected with Jewish communal work

*12(i) Visits

February 2006 – Bahrain, Qatar, Arab Emirates – Work on Coexistence Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
April 2006 – Germany and France – Work on Coexistence Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
May 2006 – Gibraltar – guest of Government and Jewish community (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
July 2006 – Latvia – keynote speaker by invitation of the President, MFA Holocaust Conference (paid by LATO organisation in association with Latvian MFA)
August 2006 – Israel – work on Coexistence Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
September 2006 – Ukraine – Led British delegation to World Holocaust Forum commemorating the Babi Yar massacre (paid for by the FCO and World Jewish Affairs Fund)
October 2006 – Italy – Meetings at the Vatican (paid for by the World Jewish Affairs Fund)
November 2006 – Paris – World Jewish Congress Governing Board Meeting (paid for by the World Jewish Affairs Fund)
December 2006 – Paris – work on The Coexistance Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
January 2007 – Israel – work on The Coexistance Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
February 2007 – Bulgaria & Greece – work on The Coexistance Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
April 2007 – Poland – work on The Coexistance Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
May 2007 – Visit to Tunisia as guest of the Tunisian Government with his PA Daniel Bacall – paid for by the Tunisian Government
May 2007 – Norway, Sweden & Finland – work on The Coexistance Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
June 2007 – Romania – Member of British Government Delegation to the OSCE Conference against Discrimination (paid for by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and World Jewish Affairs Fund)
August 2007 – India – Work on the Coexistance Trust and Commonwealth Jewish Trust (paid by World Jewish Affairs Fund). Guest of owners of Intercontinental The Grand Hotel, New Delhi, together with PA Maureen Gold (August 10th – August 23rd)
September – October 2007 – USA and Canada – Work on the Coexistence Trust (paid by the World Jewish Affairs Fund and the Commonwealth Jewish Council of Canada) (24th September – 3rd October)
October 2007 – Germany – Visit to Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp for opening of new Archive Centre as guests of the Government of Lower Saxony (27-28 October)
December 2007 – January 2008 – Israel – Work on The Coexistence Trust (paid by the World Jewish Affairs Fund) (27th December 2007 – 6th January 2008)
February 2008 – Austria and Bosnia Herzegovina – Work on the Coexistence Trust (paid for World Jewish Affairs Fund) (10-14 February 2008)
Attended the 8th Doha Forum on Democracy, Development and Free Trade (13-15 April 2008). Flights, accommodation, food and transport paid for by the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Visit to Bahrain (15-17 April 2008) – Work on the Coexistence Trust (paid for by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
Attended the President’s Conference: Facing Tomorrow in Jerusalem (12-15 May 2008) (paid for by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
Visit to Latvia (26-28 May 2008) meetings with the Jewish community and Latvian Government (paid for by World Jewish Affairs Fund)
Visit to India (24 July-4 August 2008) on behalf of the Commonwealth Jewish Council and Trust. Return flight fare donated by Samuel Marshall. Hotel accommodation partly provided by the Intercontinental The Grand Hotels. I was accompanied by my Assistant, Maureen Gold – Director Commonwealth Jewish Council and Trust. Her fare was paid by the Commonwealth Jewish Council and Trust and hotel accommodation partly provided by Intercontinental The Grand Hotels
Visit to Denmark and The Netherlands (24-28August 2008) – work on the Coexistence Trust (paid for jointly by the Coexistence Trust and World Jewish Affairs Fund)
Visit to Gibraltar (19-23 September 2008) for meetings with the Jewish community and Government (paid for by the Commonwealth Jewish Council) (28 October 2008)
Visit to Lithuania (14-16 November 2008) for meetings with the Jewish community – paid for by the World Jewish Affairs Fund (2 December 2008)
Fact-finding and solidarity visit to Israel (30 December 2008-5 January 2009) including meetings with parliamentarians (contribution from the World Jewish Affairs Fund)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Holocaust Educational Trust
Chairman, Lord Forte Charitable Foundation
President, Commonwealth Jewish Trust
Vice President, World Jewish Congress
Joint President, The Coexistence Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Elsie and Barnett Janner Charitable Trust
Holocaust Educational Trust
The Coexist Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

International Brotherhood of Magicians
Magic Circle

JANVRIN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Deputy Chairman, HSBC Private Bank UK (from 7 January 2008)
Chairman of the Leadership Council (an advisory panel) of The Company Agency (from 1 July 2008) (The Company Agency specialises in improving Leadership Communication skills)

*12(i) Visits

An all-expenses paid visit to the United Arab Emirates to discuss a possible private consultancy project (unrelated to my membership of the House of Lords) (1-4 June 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Strategic Advisory Board of The UK India Business Council
Visiting Fellow, Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation, Said Business School, Oxford University (from 25 June 2008)

*15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery (on 15 October 2008) (29 January 2009)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, The Queen’s 80th Birthday Trust (appointed 4.1.2006)
Director, The Children’s Garden Party Ltd (appointed 11.1.2006)
Chair of the Trustees, Entente-Cordiale Scholarship Scheme (from 28 April 2008)
Co-Patron of the Campaign for Oxford (since 28 May 2008)
Member of the Development Committee, St. George’s Chapel, Windsor (from 20 May 2008)

JAY OF EWELME, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Associated British Foods (ABF)
Non-executive Director, Valeo
Non-executive Director, Credit Agricole
Non-executive Director, Candover Investments plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of the House of Lords Appointments Commission (from 1 October 2008)

*12(i) Visits

Club class return airfare to Toronto
Langdon Hotel, paid for by Victoria University for Global Studies
Club class return airfare to Washington; Accommodation at the British Embassy in Washington (for attendance at the GLOBE Washington Legislators Forum) paid for by the Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) (Feb 12-14)
2 x Club class tickets and 2 nights stay in the Hotel de Rome (4-5 June 2007) for GLOBE meeting in Berlin
Club Class return fare London-Brasilia (18-22 February 2008) plus 3 nights in hotel paid for by GLOBE
Club class return Tokyo, plus 5 nights in hotel (June 2008) for GLOBE meet-up
Return club class air fare to Rome and two nights in hotel paid for by University of Victoria, Canada, Centre for Global Studies (21 October 2008)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My wife, Lady (Sylvia) Jay, CBE is -
Chairman of Food from Britain
Vice Chair, L’Oreal UK
Non-executive Director of -
The Body Shop
Lazard (New York based)
St. Gobain (Paris based)
Alcatel Lucent
Chair of the Pilgrim Trust
Trustee of the Prison Reform Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice Chairman of Business for New Europe (BNE)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Association Member, BUPA
Chairman of MERLIN Board Limited (International Medical Relief Agency)
Chairman of the Trustees of MERLIN
Member GLOBE Inter-parliamentary Group on the Environment
Member of Panel of Senior Advisors, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House (unpaid)
Patron of the English Trust for European Education
Vice-Chair of the Executive of Business for New Europe

JAY OF PADDINGTON, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisory contract with Gerson Lehrman Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, BT plc Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
Non-executive Director, Independent News and Media plc
Member, International News and Media International Advisory Board

*12(i) Visits

Attendance at IAC Annual Conference in Jordan (April 2006). IAC paid air fare and hotel expenses
Attendance at IAC Annual Conferences in Hamburg, Germany and Stockholm, Sweden (June 2008) – IAC paid air fare and hotel expenses

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Council Overseas Development Institute

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, New Health Network

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of several voluntary organisations in the health and social care field
Associate Member of Inter Action Council

JENKIN OF RODING, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Since 1990, served as an unpaid consultant for the Thames Estuary Airport Co Ltd (and its predecessors). In 1992, an informal understanding was reached between the Company and its consultants that, as and when the Company secured the finance to launch a Planning Application to construct the proposed airport, this service could be remunerated. Until this happens, it is impossible to quantify what, if anything, will be paid, though the understanding has been acknowledged by the company from time to time. All relevant correspondence and the present consultancy contract shown to Registrar
Consultant, Sumitomo Trust and Banking Company Ltd

*12(i) Visits

Visit to France (February 2007) as a member of a delegation from the All-Party Group on the Nuclear Industry as guests of the French Nuclear company, Areva SA who paid all travel and hotel expenses

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of Clifton College, Bristol
Hon Fellow of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
Hon Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Hon Fellow of The College of Optometrists
Fellow of Queen Mary, University of London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Foundation for Science and Technology (Chairman, 1997-2006)
Formerly Co-opted Member, Council of the Royal Institution of Great Britain (2002-2005)
Joint President of London Councils
Past President, Association for Science Education (2002-2003)
Trustee of the BURA Charitable Trust (British Urban Regeneration Association)
Vice President of the Local Government Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Cancer Research UK
Member, Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
Technical Member of B.U.P.A

JOFFE, Lord

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Management Accounting for Non-Government Organisations (MANGO)
Trustee, Smith Institute
Trustee, Legal Assistance Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, J G & V L Joffe Charitable Trust
Trustee, Sumner Wilson Charitable Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Dignity in Dying

JONES, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, North Wales Science Council Glyndwr University (unpaid)
Chancellor, Glyndwr University, Wrexham

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Diocesan Board of Education (Diocese of St Asaph)
President, League of Friends, Deeside Community Hospital
President, Saltney Historical Society
President, Sandycroft and Mancot Scouts
President, Hawarden Singers
President, Wrexham-Birkenhead Rail Users Association
President, Flintshire Alzheimer’s Society
Trustee ‘Friends of Africa’ (a charity seeking to create small business in Africa)
Trustee, Winnicott Clinic of Psychotherapy

JONES OF BIRMINGHAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of Neutrino Concepts Ltd (20 January 2009)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Digby Jones Consulting Ltd (a non-trading company) owned by me for the provision of consultancy services and fulfilling speaking engagements (20 January 2009)

*12(i) Visits

In April 2008 Lord Jones of Birmingham visited Bahrain as part of a Ministerial visit that also incorporated Thailand, Australia and New Zealand.
The Minister visited Bahrain to attend the opening session of the first meeting of the Bahrain/UK Technical Experts Committee, and to promote business ties between the UK and Bahrain as a guest of the Crown Prince of Bahrain at the Bahrain Grain Prix.
Lord Jones was invited to Bahrain by the Crown Prince. The office of the Crown Prince covered the hotel accommodation costs for the two nights (5/6 April) at a total of approximately £1,800.

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

I have a holding of 5% of the issued capital of a business start-up – Neutrino Concepts Ltd, and 7.5% of the issued share capital of another start-up – iClean Systems Ltd. I have options which will translate into 5% of the issued share capital of a business start-up, ISEUU Ltd. (20 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Advisory Board, Birmingham University Business School
Visiting Professor, Hull University Business School

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Bromsgrove School Foundation
Chairman of Trustees, Redrow Foundation
Associate, BUPA
Non-executive Director, Leicester Tigers Rugby Club
Corporate Ambassador for Cancer Research UK
Fellow, UNICEF

JONES OF CHELTENHAM, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Non-executive Adviser to Doyle Clayton Solicitors
Non-executive Adviser to Barlow Frith Communications

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Unremunerated Director of Dolce Vita (Pty) Botswana Ltd (unpaid)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Barbados for Cricket World Cup Final – transport, accommodation and hospitality provided by Gleeds

*13(b) Landholdings

A house in Botswana owned jointly with wife. The deeds of the house are held by Dolce Vita (Pty) Botswana Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Kambia Hospital Appeal (Sierra Leone)
Patron, Cheltenham and District Samaritans
Patron, Cheltenham Open Door
Vice President, Cheltenham YMCA
Vice President, National Star College
Vice President, Cheltenham Town Football Club
President, Cheltenham Swimming and Water Polo Club

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, UK Botswana Society
Member, Liberal Democrats

JONES OF WHITCHURCH, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Acting Chair of the School Food Trust (August 2006 to January 2007)
Chair of Circle 33 Housing Association
Member of Circle Anglia Group Board
Chair of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Ombudsman Board
Non-executive Board Member of WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Moscow (10 to 16 February 2007) as guest of Novosti

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the School Food Trust (a non-departmental public body)
Member of the General Medical Council (Fitness to Practice Panel)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of the UNISON Parliamentary Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Shelter

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Fabian Society
Member of the Ramblers

JOPLING, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Guest lecturer with Saga Cruises for three weeks in February 2006 Chile to New Zealand accompanied by wife (hospitality, no remuneration)
Guest lecturer with Saga Cruises for two weeks in July-August 2007 to the Baltic sea accompanied by wife (hospitality, no remuneration)

*13(b) Landholdings

Owner of rented houses in North Yorkshire
Part owner of agricultural land in North Yorkshire
Partner in farming business in North Yorkshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court, York University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President emeritus, Auto Cycle Union

JORDAN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, English Partnerships Pension Scheme

*12(i) Visits

Visited China (7 -17 September 2007) – costs of internal travel in China were met by the National Peoples Congress. Accommodation costs and International air fares were met by the APPS from their registered funds

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Ashridge Management College

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, ROSPA

JUDD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser to De Montfort University on the work of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences and on scholarships policy and administration

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

An employee of Oxfam holds a pass in my name as research assistant

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Berlin (24-27 March 2006) to attend a conference organised by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Washington DC) and largely funded by the Robert Bosch Foundation. The subject was Human Rights Monitoring in the context of the North Caucasus. Accommodation and fares were provided
Attending a conference (7-9 April 2006) of the Aspen Atlantic Group at Wilton Park focussing on Russia. Accommodation provided
Wife and I guests at a Ditchley Park Conference (19-21 May 2006) on conflict prevention
Wife and I guests at Ditchley Park for a conference (29 September-1 October 2006) organised jointly with the State Department to examine Prospects for the Caucasus Region
Visit with wife to De Montfort University to receive Hon DLitt (19-21 July), accommodation and hospitality provided by the University
Visit to Berlin (27-29 October 2006) to attend a conference on Social Conditions and Instability in the North Caucasus to be sponsored by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Washington) and the Bosch Foundation. Air fare (economy) and accommodation provided by the hosts
(22-34 June 2007) My wife and I attended a Conversation on The use of language in the “war” against terrorism at the Ammerdown Centre in Wiltshire where I acted as overall Chair. Accommodation was provided for us both
(24-26 October) Attended an IPU seminar on Human Rights in Geneva. Flights, hotel and subsistence expenses were met
(26-29 October) Attended a seminar on Human Rights, Migration and Trafficking in Berlin organised by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC and the Robert Bosch Stiftung. Flights and hotel expenses were covered
Conference in Berlin (27 -30 April 2008) on the subject of “Best Practices: Resolving Conflicts in Counter-Terrorism Policy between short and long term threats”. Conference organised and funded by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington) which met the cost of my economy fares and hotel accommodation
Attended a conference (11-13 September 2008) on interdependence organised by Demos of New York in Brussels at which I was a speaker at two sessions. My accommodation was provided at the Hotel Metropole by Demos. I did however pay my own fares.

*13(b) Landholdings

London Flat; Pimlico, London
Principal House at Thackthwaite, near Cockermouth, Cumbria
Residential property (let) at Tamworth

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of British Council (unpaid)
Member of the Court of Lancaster University (unpaid)
Member of the Council of Senior Fellows of De Montfort University (unpaid)
Member of the Court of the London School of Economics and Political Science (unpaid)
Member, Court of the University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (unpaid)
Member, Advisory Board of the Centre for the Study of Human Rights at LSE (unpaid)
Freedom of the City of Portsmouth (unpaid)
Hon Fellow, Portsmouth University (unpaid)
Hon Fellow, Selly Oak Colleges (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Ruskin Foundation (unpaid)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Convenor/Chair, Social Responsibility Forum of Churches Together in Cumbria (1999-2005) (unpaid)
Member, North West Regional Advisory Committee of the National Trust (1996-2005) (unpaid)
National President, YMCA (England) (an Hon post, neither trustee nor executive) (1996-2005) (unpaid)
Trustee, Saferworld (unpaid)
Vice President, Council for National Parks (unpaid)
Vice President, United Nations Association (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Friends of the Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth (unpaid)
Vice President, European Atlantic Group (unpaid)
Hon Vice President of the Lakeland Housing Trust (unpaid)
Member of the Hon Council of the International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership (unpaid)
President of Friends of the Lake District (body which also represents CPRE in Cumbria (unpaid)
President of the “West Cumbria Hospice at Home” movement (unpaid) (28 October 2008)
Member, Advisory Panel UNA-UK (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of a range of voluntary organisations in the spheres of environment, international affairs, overseas development, social policy and the arts

JUDGE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord Chief Justice of England & Wales

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Warwickshire adjacent to my house, roughly 35 acres let to farmer
Farmland in Northamptonshire, part of my former house in Crick – 2 acres with potential for development for residential purposes
Trustee of a family trust in a property in Abersoch, Gwyndd, N. Wales, let as holiday accommodation when not in use by family

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Hon. Offices as Lord Chief Justice (former President of Queens Bench Division)
Patron of Nottingham Bar Vocational Course
President of Galleries of Justice (Nottingham)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Various Honorary appointments as or Patron or President of charities arising from my office as Lord Chief Justice

KALMS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Volvere plc
Chairman, NMT Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President, DSG International plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member (Shareholder) Dixons Academy Bradford (Resigned Governor 18.6.03)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Stanley Kalms Foundation
Trustee, Traditional Alternatives Foundation

KENNEDY OF THE SHAWS, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

The Independent Newspaper

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Bar

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of Human Genetics Commission
Chair of Inter-collegiate Working Group on Sudden Infant Death
President of National Children’s Bureau
President of School of Oriental and African Studies

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

External Advisory Council, World Bank Institute
Bencher of Gray’s Inn
Chair of Standing Committee for Youth Justice
Foreign Policy Centre Advisory Council
Member, Academie Universalle des Cultures
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Fellow of the City and Guilds Institute
Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Vice President, Association of Women Barristers

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, KPMG Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, Civil Liberties Trust
Vice President, Haldane Society
Howard League for Penal Reform
Liberty

KERR OF KINLOCHARD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc
Non-executive Director, Rio Tinto plc (and Rio Tinto Ltd in Australia)
Non-executive Director, Scottish American Investment Trust Co Ltd
Member of the Advisory Board, Scottish Power (Iberdrola),
Member of KSA Advisory Board, BAe Systems (28 October 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Court and Council, Imperial College
Member, Fulbright Commission, appointed by The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee (and Deputy Chairman), National Gallery, appointed by the Prime Minister

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Council of the Centre for European Reform
Member of the Council of Business for New Europe
Vice President, European Policy Centre

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Trustee of the Rhodes Trust

KILCLOONEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Company Chairman and Director, Northern Media Group Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Company Chairman and Director, Seven F M Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Five FM Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Six FM Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Q 97.2 FM Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Q101.2 FM Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Q102 FM Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Q Internet Ltd (Northern Ireland)
Tontine Rooms Holding Co Ltd
West Ulster Estates Ltd
Alpha Newspapers Ireland Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Tontine Rooms Holding Co Ltd (with spouse a controlling interest)
West Ulster Estates Ltd
Alpha Newspapers Ireland Ltd (with spouse a controlling interest)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Guernsey (18-20 July 2008) with All Party delegation to meet Government representatives, as guest of the Governments of Guernsey and Alderney. The costs of flights and accommodation were met by the Government of Guernsey (2 December 2008)
Visit to the United Arab Emirates (14-19 November 2008) with All Party delegation to meet Government representatives, as guest of the Government of the UAE. The cost of flights and accommodation were met by the Government of the UAE (2 December 2008)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Tontine Rooms Holding Co Ltd (newspaper publisher and printer)
Alpha Newspapers Ireland Ltd (newspaper publisher in Republic of Ireland)
Northern Media Group Ltd (commercial radio in N Ireland)

*13(b) Landholdings

Freehold home, City of Westminster
Freehold home, City of Armagh
Freehold commercial premises, City of Belfast
Freehold commercial premises, City of Armagh
Freehold home, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Freehold home, France

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board Member, Charles Sheils Charity
Governor, Royal School, Armagh City

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Gosford Voluntary Housing Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Charles Sheils Charity
Gosford Housing Association
Royal School, Armagh

KILPATRICK OF KINCRAIG, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Association of Clinical Diabetologists Charitable Trust
TB Alert

KIMBALL, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Leicestershire, including residential properties

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Deputy President, Countryside Alliance

16(a) Trusteeships

Vice President and Trustee, Old Carnegie Museum in Melton Mowbray

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, Cottesmore Hounds
Hon Associate, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

KING OF BRIDGWATER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, London International Exhibition Centre plc and London International Exhibition Centre (Holdings) Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Minority partner in family farm in Wiltshire (including cottages)
Partner in woodlands in Wiltshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, UK Defence Forum
President, English Rural Housing Association
Vice President, Royal Bath and West Society

KING OF WEST BROMWICH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Strategic Partnering Board

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Wife has 25% shareholding in Sandwell Polybags Ltd

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Yemen (26 – 30 August 2006) as a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Yemen for meetings in Sanaa and Aden. I was the guest of the Yemeni Government who paid the costs of the visit
28/29 June 2008 – Participation in International Iran Freedom rally, Paris, France
9/10 July 2008 – Participation in International Iran Freedom rally in Strasburg
15/16 July 2008 – took part in a meeting with French & EU Parliamentarians in Paris, France about Iran freedom.
Accommodation and fares for the above 3 gatherings met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

*13(b) Landholdings

Factory land and buildings situated at Thomas Street, West Bromwich

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife has 25% shareholding in Sandwell Polybags Ltd
Factory land and buildings situated at Thomas Street, West Bromwich (wife)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

20 November 2007: The costs of the plaintiffs in the case of Lord Alton and others v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department of which I was one, were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the National Council of Resistance of Iran

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, South Staffordshire Water Disconnections Charitable Trust
Chairman, Strategic Partnering Board
Black Country Housing and Community Services Group Ltd (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Vice President, YMCA, West Bromwich

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Co-operative party
Member, Labour party

KINGSDOWN, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

38 acres of woodland in North Kent

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, Trinity College, Oxford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Canterbury Cathedral Trust
Chairman, Canterbury Cathedral Council
Trustee, East Malling Trust for Horticultural Research
Emeritus Trustee, Royal Academy of Arts

KINGSLAND, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Barrister, Francis Taylor Building, Inner Temple EC4Y 7BY
Chairman, Jersey Competition and Regulatory Authority

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice Chairman, Justice (human rights organisation)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Board of Trustees, Plymouth Marine Laboratory clg (unpaid)

KINGSMILL, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, British Airways

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of Microsoft European Policy Council

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Design Museum
Trustee of National Angling Museum

KINNOCK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

In March 2005, I was appointed to be a non-executive director of Data & Research Services (DRS), Milton Keynes. DRS plc provide hardware and software, particularly for academic examination answers, marking and results, for election voting recording and results and for census taking. It is operational in 10 countries other than the United Kingdom.

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

The British Council provides me with secretarial assistance which relates to my obligations as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Council and to diary management and associated matters. No financial benefit arises from this support. I took up my 3 year term with the Council on 1 December 2004 and that was renewed by the decision of the Board of Trustees in December 2007

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My wife, Glenys Kinnock, is an elected Member of the European Parliament. She has no notifiable financial interests

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of the Board of Trustees of the British Council.
This position does not provide me with remuneration. Travel and accommodation expenses are paid, on provision of receipts, when I undertake official business for the Council.
President of the University of Cardiff

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

President of the Bevan Foundation
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Public Policy Research (ippr)
Patron of the National Museum and Galleries of Wales
Patron of Theatr Clwyd
President of Brecon Beacons Geo Park

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Transport and General Workers’ Union

KIRKHAM, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, DFS Furniture Company Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

82.47% shareholding in Full Circle Future Ltd (8,399,277 shares) the holding company for DFS Furniture Group

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in South Yorkshire including residential properties
1 dwelling, Doncaster, South Yorkshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Doctorate, Bradford University
Hon Fellow, Animal Health Trust
Hon Member, Emmanuel College, Cambridge

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Graham Kirkham Foundation
Chairman, Joint Funding Board of Duke of Edinburgh Award and Outward Bound
Member, UK and International Trustee Committees, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Deputy President and Trustee, Animal Health Trust
Trustee, Outward Bound Trust
Trustee, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

KIRKHILL, Lord

No relevant interests

KIRKWOOD OF KIRKHOPE, Lord

*12(c) Remunerated Services

Consultant to GovNet Communications (who publish the seven top public sector magazines) receiving a fee of £5,000 per annum plus occasional additional sums for chairing seminars and training events

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Oman (20-27 March 2008) as a trainer on a programme designed to assist the development of the committee system and use of parliamentary questions in the Majlis Shura Council. The return flight, accommodation and training fees were paid by Global Partners & Associates Ltd from a grant from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Visit to South Africa (3-9 April 2008). The visit was part of a programme sponsored by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy to discuss continuing relations between senior members of the Democratic Alliance in South Africa with the Liberal Democrat party in the United Kingdom. The Westminster Foundation for Democracy paid the return flight, accommodation and ancillary expenses
Visit to Bahrain (8-10 June 2008) as a trainer on a programme designed to assist the country’s MPs’ development of constituency casework and parliament’s relationship with government. The return flight, accommodation and training fees were paid by Global Partners & Associates Ltd from a grant from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Visit to Iraq (10-22 October 2008) as a trainer on a programme to assist local parliamentarians. Flights and training fees paid by Global Partners & Associates Ltd from an FCO grant (28 October 2008)
Visit to Iraq (14-23 November 2008) as a trainer on a programme to assist local parliamentarians. Flights and training fees paid by Global Partners & Associates Ltd from an FCO grant (16 December 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Lay member of General Medical Council from January 2009 (annual fee) (28 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Wise Group
Governor, Pensions Policy Institute
Trustee, Centre for Reform
Trustee, Family Budget Unit
Trustee, Citizens’ Inquiry
Trustee of the 2020 Public Services Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Terrence Higgins Trust

KNIGHT OF COLLINGTREE, Baroness

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of the Board of Sulgrave Manor (ancestral home of George Washington)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Constitutional Monarchist Association
Vice President of the Psoriasis Association

KNIGHTS, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Warwickshire County Cricket Club
Vice President, Birmingham County Scout Association
Vice President, Birmingham Federation of Youth Clubs

KREBS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Oxford Risk (www.oxfordrisk.com) (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Principal, Jesus College Oxford

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

PA provided by Jesus College, Oxford

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

15% shareholding in Oxford Risk (Products and services for clients dealing with risk and uncertainty)

*15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair the Governing Body of Jesus College, Oxford

*15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Council Member, Royal Society
Trustee, St. Andrew’s Prize
Trustee, Nuffield Foundation
Commissioner, Royal Commission for Ike Exhibition of 1851

LAING OF DUNPHAIL, Lord

No relevant interests

LAIRD, Lord

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

JPR (NI) Ltd (owns 25% of the shares)

*13(b) Landholdings

Rent received from:-
11B, Carnet House, Dundonald
27/11, West Byson Road, Edinburgh
51/4, West Byson Road, Edinburgh
27 Yeoman Place, Edinburgh
27 Admiral Place, London

LAMING, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Some consultancy and lecturing for which I receive a fee

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Beijing (2007) as Chairman of “Care for Children” – cost of travel met by British Airways

15(d) Voluntary organisations

Patron or President of several local and national charities in the social care field

LAMONT OF LERWICK, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Consensus Business Group (formerly Rotch Property)
Member of the Advisory Board, Merchant Bridge & Co
Member of the Advisory Board, Hermitage Global Fund

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Small Companies Dividend Trust
Chairman, Jupiter Adria Plc
Director, Balli Group plc (steel and commodity trading house)
Director, Compagnie Internationale de Participations Bancaires et Financieres (Investment Company)
Director, Jupiter Second Split
Director, RAB Capital plc
Director, Jupiter Offshore Portfolio Fund Limited
Director of Pantin Hotels (Management) Ltd
Director, Union Resources (quoted on the Sydney Stock Exchange) (23 November 2007)
Director of Phorm Inc (16 December 2008)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretary and office at Balli plc (steel and commodity trading house) (Secretary primarily business and personal but some parliamentary work)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Israel (31 October-5 November 2007) for a political briefing. All travel, accommodation and expenses was paid for by the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, British Iranian Chamber of Commerce
President, British Romanian Chamber of Commerce
Vice President, Bruges Group
Hon Chairman of the International Association of Money Transfer Networks

LANG OF MONKTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, China Internet Ventures Ltd
Non-executive Director, Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc (insurance broking, investment, pensions, employee benefits etc)
Non-executive Chairman, SI Associates Ltd (management consultants)
Non-executive Director, Charlemagne Capital Ltd (fund management)
Non-executive Chairman, Thistle Mining Inc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultant, National Strategies Inc (an American company)
Consultant, The Waterford Group (a commercial not a political consultancy)
Non-executive Director of the Advisory Board of OJSC Sun Valley (a Ukranian company in which Waterford are major shareholders; unpaid as such but provided for within the fee received from Waterford) (2 December 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of the Council of The Rugbeian Society

LAWSON OF BLABY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Central Europe Trust Co Ltd (advisory)
Chairman, CET Capital Limited (private equity)
Chairman, Oxford Investment Partners

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Shareholding in CET Capital Limited

LAYARD OF HIGHGATE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Firebird New Russia Fund Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Programme Director, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics

LEA OF CRONDALL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Central Arbitration Committee (fees per day when handling a case)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Transport & General Workers’ Union

LEACH OF FAIRFORD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Jardine Matheson Group
Matheson & Co
Hongkong Land*
Diary Farm Group*
Jardine Lloyd Thompson*
Mandarin Oriental Group*
Jardine Strategic Group*
*Director’s fees ceded to Jardine Matheson and not personally received by Lord Leach

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

(See 12(e))
Jardine Matheson Group
Matheson & Co

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

My investment in Jardine Matheson of some 975,000 shares amounts to 0.16% of the company’s capital. I enter it because of its size, although it is less than 5% of the issued capital

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of certain endowment funds for Balliol College, Oxford
Adviser to MET – a small cultural heritage charity working in Transylvania

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Non-executive Chairman of Open Europe
Non-executive Chairman of Business for Sterling (dormant)
Open Europe campaigns for a more liberal, transparent, flexible EU
Business for Sterling opposes British adoption of the Euro as the national currency

LEE OF TRAFFORD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Association of Leading Visitor Attractions
Chairman, Wellington Market Company PLC
Director, Emerson Developments (Holdings) Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Monthly “My Portfolio” column for the Financial Times

*12(i) Visits

Visit to BAE’s defence equipment facilities at Warton Aerodrome and Barrow-in-Furness submarine shipyard (5 & 6 August 2008) as guest of BAE which included overnight accommodation

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

The following is a complete list of the Member’s shareholdings. The shareholdings do not necessarily constitute 5 per cent of the issued share capital or exceed £50,000 nominal value; but the Member believes it is right to register these shareholdings because his position as a party spokesman on defence requires him to make frequent interventions in the House on defence matters and some of the companies listed have connections with defence industries or contracts with the Ministry of Defence:

Air Partner Plc
Aviva
BBA Aviation Plc
B.P Marsh & Partners Plc
Bodycote International Plc
Christie Group Plc
Daejan Holdings Plc
Dawson Holdings Plc
Delcam Plc
Ensor Holdings Plc
Fisher (James) & Sons Plc
Fenner Plc (9 December 2008)
Gooch & Housego Plc
Grafton Group Plc
Holders Technology Plc
Interior Services Group Plc
Keller Group Plc
Lees Foods Plc
McKay Securities Plc (28 Nov 2008)
Marshall Plc
MKM Group Plc
Myholme International
Nichols Plc
Norcros Plc
Northbridge Industrial Services Park Group Plc
Peel Hotels Plc
Pendragon Plc
Pennant International Group Plc
Pochins PLC – Property Development – Building Services
Primary Health Properties Plc
PZ Cussons Plc
The Quarto Group Inc.
S&U Plc
Severfield-Rowan Plc
H C Slingsby Plc
Sovereign Reversions Plc
Stewart & Wight Plc
T Clarke Plc (11 November 2008)
THB Group Plc
Thorntons Plc
F W Thorpe Plc
The Victoria Group Plc (9 December 2008)
Titon Holdings Plc
Town Centre Securities Plc
Treatt Plc
United Drug Plc
Victoria Plc (9 December 2008)
W.H. Ireland Group Plc
Wensum Company Plc
Wellington Market PLC – Operator of Markets
Wynnstay Group Plc

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

4 February 2008 – Lunch hosted by BAE Systems, Shepherds, London
15 May 2008 – Dinner hosted by BAE Systems, Glasgow
16 May 2008 – Tour of BAE’s Clyde Shipyards, near Edinburgh
19 May 2008 – Lunch hosted by Finmecannica, Westminster, London
11 November 2008 – Lunch hosted by Lockheed Martin, Westminster, London (18 November 2008)
Attended regular UK Defence Forum dinners in Westminster, along with other Parliamentarians, which are hosted by a range of Defence and commercial companies (29 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor and Chairman of Trustees, Withington Girls School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Vice President, Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Lee Bakirgian Family Trust (family charity)

LEICESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Trustee, Launde Abbey Trust
Governor of the Leicester Grammar School
Governor of the Leicester High School
Member of the Citizens Organising Foundation
Member of the Archbishop’s Council
Council Member of De Montfort University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of the Trustees of the Children’s Society
Chair of the Council of Westcott House, Theological College, Cambridge

LEITCH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Lloyds TSB Group plc
Non-executive Director, Lloyds TSB Bank plc
Non-executive Director, Paternoster UK Ltd
Non-executive Chairman, Intrinsic FS Ltd
Non-executive Chairman, BUPA
Non-executive Director, Scottish Widows Group Limited
Non-executive Director, Scottish Widows plc
Non-executive Director, Scottish Widows Annuities Ltd
Lord Leitch also sits on various sub-committees of Boards where he is a Non-executive Director

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Investor in Intrinsic Financial Services Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Deputy Chairman of Commonwealth Education Fund
Founding Vice President of ‘CARES’ (employee volunteering) – subdivision of Business in the Community

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Advisory Council of Accipitor (unpaid)

LESTER OF HERNE HILL, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser to the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission on a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland, in an independent and unpaid capacity (29 April 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Self-employed practising member of the English Bar, specialising in constitutional and administrative law, employment, media, commercial and European law
Co-editor of Butterworths Human Rights Law and Practice as well as being a contributor

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial research and assistance provided through Odysseus Trust Limited funded by Lord Sainsbury of Turville
Working in conjunction with Resolution on a campaign to reform the law relating to cohabiting couples. Resolution has employed a policy advisor and paid parliamentary counsel to work on this project and has covered the costs of publication of a consultation paper (4 November 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Joint ownership with wife of shop in Somerset

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Unremunerated Director of Odysseus Trust Ltd (a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee that conducts research into human rights and constitutional matters and gives advice and information on all-party basis)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Governor, British Institute for Human Rights
Hon President and Board Member of INTERIGHTS (International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights)
Hon President, Liberal Democrat Lawyers Association
Joint President of the United Nations Association Westminster Branch (28 October 2008)
Hon Professor of Public Law, University College, London
Member Advisory Board and Executive Council, Centre for European Law, King’s College, London
Member of Advisory Board, Institute of European Public Law, University of Hull
Member of Advisory Board of the Irish Yearbook of International Law
Member of Advisory Panel, Centre for Public Law, Cambridge
Member of Editorial Committee, “Public Law”
Member of Expert Counsel Panel, LIBERTY
Member of the Advisory Board, Institute of European Public Law
Member of the Council, JUSTICE
Member Executive Board, Open Society Institute Justice Initiative
President of the Human Rights Lawyers Association
Patron, Guru Nanak Trust Fund
Patron, REDRESS
Patron, Family Planning Association
Vice President, English PEN

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Miriam Rothschild and John Galway Foster Trust

LEVENE OF PORTSOKEN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd (defence industry)
Chairman, Lloyd’s
Director, Haymarket Group Ltd (publishers)
Director, China Construction Bank
Board member, TOTAL sa

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Alderman, City of London, Ward of Aldgate
Governor, City of London School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Bevis Marks Synagogue Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, International Financial Services London

LEVY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Universal Music Operations Ltd
ISAM UK Limited (16 December 2008)
MBI Group of Companies (18 November 2008)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of International Standard Asset Management

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Jews Free School (JFS)
Member of the Development Board of the British Library (9 December 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, United Jewish Israel Appeal (UJIA)
President, Jewish Care
President, Community Service Volunteers (CSV)
President of the Jewish Lads’ & Girls’ Brigade (JLGB)
Member of Advisory Council, Foreign Policy Centre
Member of International Board of Governors, Peres Centre for Peace

16(a) Trusteeships

Advisory Committee Member, National Council for Voluntary Organisations
Member of Hon Committee, The Israel-Britain and The Commonwealth Association
Member, World Commission on Israel-Diaspora Relations
Trustee, Holocaust Educational Trust
Trustee of the Jewish Leadership Council

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, British Music Industry Trusts (1995- )
Patron, Prostate Cancer Charitable Trust (1997- )
Patron, Save a Child’s Heart Foundation (2000- )
Patron, Friends of Israel Educational Trust (1998- )
Patron, Simon Marks Jewish Primary School Trust (2002- )
Hon Patron, Cambridge University Jewish Society (2002- )

LEWIS OF NEWNHAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Veolia Environmental Advisory Board

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust
Cambridge Overseas Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Waste Management Industry Training and Advisory Board
Directot, Veolia Environmental Trust
President, Arthritis Research Campaign (ARC)
President of WAMITAB (Waste Management Industry Training & Advisory Board)

LINCOLN, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Lincolnshire Assembly
Vice-Chair, Bishop Grosseteste University College Governors
Member, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Modern Churchpeople’s Union
Patron, Changing Attitude

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Lincoln Diocesan Trust and Board of Finance

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Arc Addington Fund
Trustee, Quarry Trust

LINDSAY, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)
Non-executive Director, Scottish Resources Group Ltd
Non-executive Director, British Polythene Industries plc (BPI)
Chairman, SAC Ltd (Scottish Agricultural College) (from October 2007)
Associate Director, National Non-Food Crops Centre (NNFCC)
Advisory Board, Business and a Sustainable Environment
Advisor, PEFC-UK (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Scottish and Southern Energy
Prudential

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Fife including residential property
Wilderness (approximately 100 acres) on the West Coast of Scotland including residential property

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Board of Management, Elmwood College
Risk and Regulation Advisory Council
Commission on Scottish Devolution (from April 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, International Tree Foundation
Vice President, Royal Smithfield Club
Vice President, RSPB
President, Royal Scottish Geographical Society
Chairman, Friends of the Capercaillie
Chairman, Moorland Forum

LINKLATER OF BUTTERSTONE, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Founder and President, The New School, Butterstone
President, Society of Friends of Dunkeld Cathedral
President of Crime Reduction Initiative
Vice President, The Butler Trust
Vice Chairman, Pushkin Prizes, Scotland
Adviser, Koestler Award Trust
Adviser, Beacon Fellowship
Council Member, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Chairman, Rethinking Crime and Punishment
Member, The Scottish Association for the Study of Offending

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation (a grant making foundation)
Trustee, The Riemore Trust

LIPSEY, Lord

*12(a) Consultancy Agreements

Consultant, Greyhound Board of Great Britain, including provision of parliamentary advice (30 January 2009)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair, Social Market Foundation
Trustee, Retired Greyhound Trust
President, British Harness Racing Club
Secretary, All-party ITN Group
Vice Chairman All-party Media Group
Secretary, Betting and Gaming Group
Council, Constitution Unit
Advisory Board, Centre for the Study of Gambling, Salford University
Chair, Campaign for Straight Statistics
Hon. President of the Society of Later Life Advisors

LISTOWEL, Earl of

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Nottinghamshire, including residential properties and woodland (subsoil includes deposits of sand and gravel)
Commercial and residential properties in London

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Voice for the Child in Care (VCC)

LIVERPOOL, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

As Vice-President, Tearfund (an international Christian Relief Agency), in receipt of special briefings on international aid and issues of sustainable development
Financial Support from Tudor Trust to fund a Public Affairs Adviser and Lords’ Research Assistant for a period of 2 years
Financial Support from the Henry Smith Charity to fund an Assistant for Prison Affairs and Lords’ Research Assistant for an initial period of 6 months

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Governing Body Academy of St Francis of Assisi
Chair, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
Fellow, University of Gloucestershire
Foundation Governor, Blue Coat School, Liverpool
Member Governing Council, Liverpool University
President, Church Pastoral Aid Society
Co-President, Liverpool Hope University
Vice-President, Tearfund
Visitor, Liverpool College, Liverpool
Visitor, St. Peter’s College, Oxford
Co-Chair, Newton Academy

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Liverpool Diocesan Board of Finance
Ambassador, WWF
Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce)

LIVERPOOL, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Rutland Management Ltd (Property development)

LIVSEY OF TALGARTH, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant of Powys

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member, Brecknock Museum Art Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Board Member, Prime Cymru (aims to get 50+ year olds into business start ups in Wales)
Trustee, CPRW (Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Brecon & District Disabled Club
President, Keith Morris Fund (a charity that assists newly disabled people)
President, Abbey Cwmhir Society (helps to preserve Cwmhir Abbey, Radnorshire)
President, Wales Association of Disabled Cricketers
President, Brecon Jazz Festival
Vice President, Hay-on-Wye Festival of Literature
Vice President, Brecknock Young Farmers Clubs
Executive Member, Cymru Yfory – Wales Tomorrow
Member, Rhayader Branch, Royal British Legion
Member, Talgarth & District Regeneration Group

LLOYD OF BERWICK, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Woodland near Chichester and in Central Wales
Rental income from a house at Strand-on-the-Green, London W4

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of Outlook Foundation (which provides residential accommodation for those between 18 and 25 with severe learning difficulties)
President, East Sussex Rifle Association
President, Sussex Heritage Trust

LLOYD-WEBBER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Really Useful Group Ltd (Theatre Production Company)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Really Useful Holdings Ltd (holding company and wholly owned subsidiaries)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

The following shares are held within Vidacos Nominees Ltd on behalf of Lord Lloyd-Webber:
400,000 Neverfail C shares, 305,696 Neverfail B shares and 804,250 warrants. These holdings represent 2.13% ownership of the company (nature of business: computer back-up and recovery services)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Hampshire, including residential properties

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Lady Lloyd-Webber (spouse) shareholding of 9.56% in and Director of Newbury Racecourse plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, The Arts Educational Schools, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Settlor and Trustee, Open Churches Trust (charity)
Settlor and Trustee, Andrew Lloyd Webber Art Foundation (charity)
Trustee and Director, The Buildings Books Trust for the Buildings of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales (charity)
Vice President, Bob Champion Cancer Appeal Trust (charity)
Vice President, Royal Theatrical Society (charity)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Private Family Trusts:
Alastair Lloyd Webber Settlement
David Lloyd Webber Settlement
Isabella Lloyd Webber Settlement
William Lloyd Webber Settlement

LOCKWOOD, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, (Yorkshire and Humber) Arthritis Research Campaign
President, Ilkley CVS
President, Addingham Civic Society
President, Mind the Gap Theatre Company for people with learning difficulties
President, Wharfedale Festival of Performing Arts

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Mary Macarthur Educational Trust

LOFTHOUSE OF PONTEFRACT, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

As a retired former miner, I have a possible claim for compensation in relation to my emphysema resulting from my former employment. Because I table questions to Her Majesty’s Government from time to time on the matter of litigation and compensation for respiratory diseases resulting from employment in the coal industry, I wish to record this possible financial interest

LONDON, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Assistance provided by Church Commissioners, London Diocesan Fund

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

A list of offices and appointments held is available for inspection in the Registrar’s office.

LOW OF DALSTON, Lord

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Research assistance provided by the RNIB

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow, Queen’s College, Oxford
Visiting Professor, City University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Royal National Institute of Blind People
President, European Blind Union
President, SKILL (National Bureau for Students with Disabilities)
Vice President, Disability Alliance
Vice President of AACT for Children
Officer, World Blind Union
Director, International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI)
Patron of Deaf and Blind Aid Lanka

16(b) Voluntary organisations

National Federation of the Blind, UK
Association of Blind and Partially Sighted Teachers & Students
Visually Impaired Musicians’ Association

LUCAS, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultancy for Green Issues Communications of Reading

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, London Motorists Action Group Ltd (unpaid)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Lucas Publications Ltd (publishing)
Good Schools Guide Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

BST Ltd (security alarms, etc)
Eastern Counties Newspapers Group plc
Safe ‘n’ Sound Security Systems Ltd (a private company in which I have 50% interest)

*13(b) Landholdings

Woodland in Kent (30 acres)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Dendrologists Association
Safe Ground

LUCE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Trustee, Geographers Map Trustees Limited (A-Z)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Qatar (mid April 2008) to attend a conference. Qatar Foundation paid for the air fare and accommodation

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Emeritus Trustee of the Royal Academy of Arts

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Fellow of the Atlantic Council of the UK
Hon Vice President of the Overseas Pensioners’ Association
Vice President of the Friends of the Commonwealth
Vice President of the Foundation of the College of St. George
President of the Royal Overseas League
President of King George V Fund for Actors and Actresses
President of the Voluntary Arts Network

16(a) Trusteeships

Permanent Lord in Waiting to HM The Queen

LUDFORD, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remuneration employment

Member of the European Parliament

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

European Parliament, by virtue of position as an MEP

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of Council of Justice
Member of Council of Liberty
Member of Council of Federal Trust
Patron, “Fair Trials Abroad”
Patron, “Peace in Kurdistan”
Patron, Guantanamo Human Rights Commission

LUKE, LORD

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Warton, Lancashire as a guest of BAE on 7/9 June 2006 to visit their factories

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Court and Trustee, Drapers Company

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Knight of the Order of St John of Jerusalem

LYELL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Miles & Miles Ltd (chauffeur-drive and self-drive motor cars)

*12(i) Visits

Visit (7/8 June 2006) to BAE Warton, Lancashire with House of Lords Defence Group. Travel and overnight hotel paid by BAE

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Angus, Scotland, including residential properties, arable and stock farms

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Patron of Forfar Athletic FC

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of Scottish Ju Jitsu Association

LYELL OF MARKYATE, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Shared ownership with my wife of a house in London, a property in Burgundy and some farmland, woodlands, and a pair of cottages in Hertfordshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the St Albans Cathedral Trust (until October 2007)
Member of the Court of the Universities of Hertfordshire and Luton

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of the Federation of British Artists (the Mall Galleries) (a charity) (I took up office at the meeting of the board on 19 July 2007)

McALPINE OF WEST GREEN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Waddington Galleries, 11 Cork Street, London W15
Director, European Hotels Corporation Ltd (EHC)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, Yorkshire House, Grosvenor Crescent, London SW1 7EP
Freelance Journalist
Regular contributor to World of Interiors

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the David & Frederick Barclay Foundation, 20 St James Street, London SW1

McCARTHY, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Associate Fellow, Templeton College, Oxford
Emeritus Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford
Member, Ruskin College, Oxford Governing Body
Member, Civil Service Arbitration Tribunal
Fellow of Chartered Institute of Personnel Development

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of Association of University Teachers Branch Chairman, Oxford Branch

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Labour Party
Member, Institute of Employment Rights
Member, RSPCA
Friend of the Bodleian Library

McCLUSKEY, Lord

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the John Smith Memorial Trust (a registered charity)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the International Bar Association (an international association of lawyers including judges)
Member of Age Concern, Scotland
Member of Scottish Association for Mental Health

McCOLL OF DULWICH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Wolfson Foundation
Collingham Sixth Form College

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor working in the Department of Anatomy of King’s College at the Guy’s Hospital campus

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of King’s College, London
Member of the Court of Patrons of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Governor of St Paul’s School

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Mercy Ships UK (a charity)
Member of the Advisory Board of the Shaftesbury Society
Member of the Board of Advisors of the Centre for Bioethics and Public Policy
President of Limbless Association
President of the Royal Medical Foundation of Epsom College
President of The Leprosy Mission
Vice Chairman of Mercy Ships International
Vice President of Disability Partnership
Vice President of Disabled Living Foundation
Vice President of John Grooms Association
Vice President of the British Digestive Disorders Foundation
Vice President of the Mildmay Hospital in Hackney (the first hospice for people dying of Aids in Europe) and a similar centre in Uganda

McDONAGH, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Self-employed Management Consultant

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, TBI plc
Non-executive Director, Standard Life plc
Non-executive Director, CareCapital (the developer and investor in primary healthcare real estate) – I will assist them in their role with GPs and clinics in providing cost-effective and sustainable care facilities
Director, A M Creative Limited

*12(i) Visits

Guest of the F1A at the June 2006 Montreal Grand Prix

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Amicus

MACAULAY OF BRAGAR

No relevant interests

MACDONALD OF TRADESTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In an advisory capacity, Chairman – Macquarie Capital, Europe
Member of the Advisory Board of Scottish Power

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Fabian Society
Patron, Brighton & Hove Philharmonic Society
Patron, Dystonia Society

MACFARLANE OF BEARSDEN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Diageo plc
Macfarlane Group Plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon President, Scottish Ballet
Hon President, Glasgow School of Art
Hon President, High School of Glasgow
Vice President, Professional Golfers Association

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Trustees, Kelvingrove Refurbishment Appeal
Hon President, Fine Art Society plc
Hon President, Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society
Trustee, Glasgow Art Club
Director, Culture-Sport Glasgow

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Abbeyfield Society (Scotland)
Patron, Scottish Licensed Trade Association
Patron, Queens Park Football Club

McFARLANE OF LLANDAFF, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President and Trustee, St Anne’s Hospice, Cheadle

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Member, Hywellian Guild (Hawellis School, Llandaff, Cardiff)
Life Member, Royal College of Nursing
St Bartholomew’s Hospital League of Nurses

MacGREGOR OF PULHAM MARKET, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

European Supervisory Board, DAF Netherlands plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Slough Estates Pension Fund Trustees
Chairman, British Energy Pension Fund Trustees
Co-Chairman of the UK Food and Agriculture Advisory Board of Rabobank International

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of King’s College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, West Buckland School Foundation
Trustee of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association
Hon Vice President, COBISEC
Chairman, St Andrew’s (Ecumenical) Trust
Patron, Waveney Hospice Care
President Mid-Norfolk Railway Preservation Trust
President, South Norfolk Conservative Association
High Steward, Norwich Cathedral and Chairman of the Cathedral Council

McINTOSH OF HARINGEY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Commissioner, Gambling Commission (1 day per week) (from July 2006)

*13(b) Landholdings

Share (with other family members) of house in France, occasionally let for rent

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Professor of Applied Social Research, University of Salford Business School (from January 2008)
Visiting Fellow, Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster (from December 2007)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, GAMCARE – National Association for Gambling Care Educational Resources and Training (GAMCARE is a charity)
Chairman, Dartmouth Street Trust
President, Abbeyfield North London Housing Society
Hon Associate, National Secular Society
Hon Fellow, Market Research Society

McINTOSH OF HUDNALL, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Artis Education (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Board Member, Roundhouse Trust
Board Member, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
Board Member, National Opera Studio
Trustee, South Bank Sinfonia

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Art Inter-Romania
Trustee, Theatres Trust
Trustee, Foundation for Sport and the Arts

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Thaxted Church Trust

McKENZIE OF LUTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary

*13(b) Landholdings

Freehold, 3 Sandell Close ,Luton LU2 7TN
Leasehold, 55 South Block, County Hall, London

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Patron, Khayaal Theatre Company
Patron, Pasque Harmony
Patron, Luton Male Voice Choir
Patron, Mission Direct
Patron, Purbachal “The Eastern Sky” (raising awareness with the Bangladeshi community)
Patron, Luton Pakistan Kashmir Development Trust

MACKAY OF CLASHFERN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

General Editor of Halsbury’s Laws of England

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Commissary of the University of Cambridge

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Princess Royal’s Trust for Carers
Hon President, Scottish Bible Society

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the Carberry Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Membership of Cancer UK
Membership of Barnado’s
Membership of various Christian organisations

MACKAY OF DRUMADOON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland (High Court Judge)

MacKENZIE OF CULKEIN, Lord

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, COHSE 1974 Pension and Assurance Scheme

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Governor Member, Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Retired Associate General Secretary, Unison (formerly General Secretary, Confederation of Health Service Employees)

MACKENZIE OF FRAMWELLGATE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Inter TV Ltd
Consultant, Legal Solutions Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, AEPL Limited
Non-executive Chairman, Haymarket Management Services Ltd (HMS)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Managing Director, Framwellgate Resources Limited -
As the Managing Director of my own company, Framwellgate Resources Ltd, I attend speaking engagements from time to time at various locations, for which a fee is charged by my company for my time and services

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Patron, British Association of Public Safety Communications Officers (BAPCO)
Patron, International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Association of Police and Public Security Suppliers (APPSS)
Hon President, North Eastern Police History Society
Hon Vice President, EPIC (Ex Police in Industry and Commerce)
Hon Vice President, Defence Manufacturers Association (DMA)
Patron, Joint Security Industry Council (JSIC)
Patron, Community Hospitals Acting Nationally Together (CHANT)
Patron, The Loomba Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Finchale Training College for the Disabled
Patron, Kidscape
Patron, St Cuthbert’s Hospice, Merryoaks, Durham
Patron, St Oswald’s Children’s Hospice, Gosforth
Patron, National Olfactory Council (sniffer dogs)
Patron, Association of Security Consultants
Member, National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO)

MACKIE OF BENSHIE, Lord

13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Many farming relatives

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, 205 Group, Bomber Command Reunion Society
Vice President of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society

MacLAURIN OF KNEBWORTH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Fleet Support Group
Non-executive Director, Evolution Group plc
Non-executive Director, Heineken Supervisory Board
Non-executive Chairman, Chartwell (IFA) Ltd (formerly Cavendish Grant (IFA)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Tesco plc
Vodafone Group plc
Evolution Group plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Sport Honours Committee (Ceremonial Secretariat of Cabinet Office) (from 13.6.05)
Chairman of the Council of Malvern College (from 2002)
Member of the Advisory Board of the School of Management, University of Bath (from July 2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman, Vodafone Group Foundation (Vodafone’s Charitable Trust) (from 2006)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Trustee, Hope for Tomorrow
Vice President, A Chance to Shine

MACLENNAN OF ROGART, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director of North Highland Products Limited (a company limited by guarantee) (unpaid)
Chairman of Firth Tidal Energy (unpaid at present)

*13(b) Landholdings

I am the joint-owner with my wife of a working farm. Periodic payments are received for partial grazing lets. The farm in Caithness itself yields income directly to my wife and myself.

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, Northlands Creative Glass, Lybster, Caithness
Chairman, North Highland Connections

McNALLY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

All my work in this area is carried out via JJI (St Albans) – a private family company owned jointly with my wife.
Since 2004, I am no longer employed by Weber Shandwick or any other public relations agency and undertake no lobbying work

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Alllowances received as Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords
Consultant to E, D and F Man (commodity traders) on trade issues
Consultant to Cubic Transportation Systems on issues relating to the Oyster Card
Consultancy work for Blackpool FC concerning the promotion of inward investment relating to the development of the Bloomfield Road ground (18 November 2008)
Member of the Advisory Board of the London College of Accountancy
Member, Advisory Board of GPW (business intelligence)
Chair of the Advisory Board, Moody International Certification

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

JJI (St Albans) Ltd (a private family company owned jointly with wife) (handles freelance aspects, including fees for writing, lecturing and broadcasting as well as non-parliamentary consultancy work (see 12 (f))

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Dubai (22-27 February 2006) to speak at forum on ‘Press, people and politics’ organised by Khaleej Times of Dubai. Flight to and from Dubai paid by hosts
Visit to Las Vegas (5-8 August 2006) – fact finding visit with air fares and hotel paid by myself. Visits to MGM, Mirage, The Venetian, Caesars Palace and the Aladdin. Hospitality received from Venetian (room upgrade, hotel souvenirs, t-shirts, toys and theatre tickets) and Caesars Palace (lunch)
Visit to Argentina (25-30 September 2006) as a guest of the Argentine Parliament (travel costs from the IPU)
Visit to Berlin (1-5 September 2007) as a guest of Berlin Jazz Radio who are paying hotel and travel costs
Visit to Israel (1-5 November 2007) to attend a seminar. Travel and hotel costs paid by the Anglo-Israel Foundation
Visit to Tunisia (9-15 February 2008) as guest of the Tunisia/British Parliamentary Group and the IPU (travel costs)
Visit to Qatar (12-17 April 2008) to participate in the Dohar Forum, Trade and Development conference. Air fare and hotel paid by the Government of Qatar

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court of the University of Hertfordshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Vice President, St Albans City Football Club

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President of Shelter
Patron of St. Albans Organ Festival and of Open Door – St. Albans

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, St Marks Hospital
Chair of Trustees, Property Board of St. Albans Liberal Club

MADDOCK, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Idex Energy UK Ltd
Director Mulberry House Lymington Ltd (unpaid)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Norway (28 May – 2 June 2006) as guest of Storting and the Norwegian Government with members of the All-party Parliamentary Group
Visit with Inter Parliamentary Union British Group to Iceland (19 – 21 May). Icelandic Parliament hosted events while there.

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Married to Rt Hon Alan Beith, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Berwick-upon-Tweed

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life
Elected Member, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Borough Council
Vice President, Local Government Association

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Micro Power Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Anglo-Swedish Society
President, National Housing Forum
Vice President, National Home Improvement Council
Vice President, National Housing Federation
Vice President, Neighbourhood Energy Action
Trustee, Richard Newitt Trust

MAGINNIS OF DRUMGLASS, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of Royal School, Dungannon

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Moygashel Community Development Association
Vice President Autism NI

MALLALIEU, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Fees from Practice at the Criminal Bar
Occasional remuneration from small family farm
Chairman of the Stable Staff Committee of the British Horseracing Authority (from 1 August 2007 to 30 June 2008) (paid)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Occasional entertainment at racecourses and elsewhere by racing organisations
Occasional entertainment by countryside groups and organisations
Hospitality from St. James’s Place Partnership at a Polo Day on 26 July 2008

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Exmoor National Park Consultative Forum

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, Leave Country Sports Alone Campaign
President, Countryside Alliance

MALLOCH-BROWN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

MANCE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Private International Law (the North Committee)
“Stakeholder” expert representing UK judiciary in respect of European Commission’s Common Frame Reference (CFR)
Trustee (ie member of advisory board) of European Law Academy, Trier
U.K representative judge on Council of Europe’s Consultative Council of European Judges

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Hampstead Counselling Service (a company limited by guarantee and registered charity)

MANCHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Sandford St Martin (Religious Broadcasting Awards) Trust
General Synod of the Church of England
Manchester Diocesan Board of Finance
Manchester Church House Co
Manchester Diocesan Council of Education
Manchester Diocesan Association of Church Schools
Life Governor, Liverpool College
Governor, Hulme Hall

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Lord High Almoner to HM The Queen
National Chaplain, Royal British Legion
Chairman, Council of Christians and Jews

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Manchester Diocese Mothers’ Union
Arches Housing
Disabled Living
Hulme Hall Trust
Wigan & Leigh Hospice
St Ann’s Hospice
Manchester University of Change Ringers

MANCROFT, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Executive Chairman, Inter Lotto (UK) Ltd (main source of income and main employment)
Non-executive Deputy Chairman, the Rok Corporation

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

The services of a researcher are provided and paid for by the Countryside Alliance

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

16% of the Ordinary Issued Share Capital of Inter Lotto (UK) Ltd

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Deputy Chairman, Countryside Alliance

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Addiction Recovery Foundation
Chairman, Drug and Alcohol Foundation
Chairman, Mentor Foundation UK

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Hepatitis ‘C’ Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Chemical Dependency Centre
Childline

MANDELSON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary
In receipt of EC transitional allowance

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon. Chair Policy Network

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Hartlepool United Football Club

MANNINGHAM-BULLER, Baroness

12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Income from speaking engagements (28 October 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (28 October 2008)
Hon Fellow, University of Northampton (28 October 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Governor of the Wellcome Trust (w.e.f. I August 2008)

MAR, Countess of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Farmer
Work on family farm (includes sheep, cattle, goats and poultry; specialist goat cheeses making)
Member of the Ethics Committee of Micropathology Ltd – Retainer of £1000 per annum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC)
Committee Member, Specialist Cheese Makers’ Association
President, Guild of Agricultural Journalists

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Associate RCVS
Hon Associate BVA (British Veterinary Association)

MAR AND KELLIE, Earl of

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Clackmannanshire
Feudal Superiorities in Clackmannanshire and elsewhere in Scotland (now subject to the Abolition of Feudal Tenure (Scotland) Act 2000
Playing fields in Clackmannanshire
Residential Property in Clackmannanshire
Salmon netting rights in Clackmannanshire, District of Stirling and District of Falkirk
Urban land in Clackmannanshire
Woodland in Clackmannanshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director of the Clackmannanshire Heritage Trust Ltd

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, Scottish Independence Convention (SIC) (27 December 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Non-executive Director of CETERIS Ltd
Non-executive Director of Orchard Project Ltd

MARLAND, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Herriot Ltd – property, consultancy and investments
Director, Janspeed Ltd – exhaust, engine development and manufacturing
Director, Clareville Capital LLP – investment, asset management “Hedge Fund”
Director, Jubilee Ltd, Appleclaim Ltd and sister companies – insurance
Director, Hunter Boot Ltd and associate companies – footwear marketing and production including clothing
Director, Essex Court Management Company Ltd (unpaid)
Director Insurance Capital Partners LLP (and associated companies)
Director, W H Ireland Ltd (6 May 2008)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Herriot Ltd – property, consultancy and investments
Janspeed Ltd – exhaust, engine development and manufacturing

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Clareville Capital LLP – “Hedge Fund”
Jubilee/Appleclaim Ltd – Insurance
Butcombe Brewing Co – brewing, pub owning
Loco Tapas Bars Ltd – restaurant
The Pension Consultancy Ltd – pension consultancy
Raid (UK) Ltd
WH Ireland Ltd (Stockbroker)
Pindole Ltd – property development
Welliboot Ltd – marketing
Hunter Boot Ltd and associated companies – footwear
Insurance Capital Partners LLP (28 October 2008)
Preventry Ltd (25 November 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat 1, 30 St James’s Place London SW1
47 Hurlingham Court, Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6
Telford Road LLP – property
Shareholding in Harnham Business Park LLP, Salisbury
A shareholding in Watt Rd LLP, Salisbury

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Advisory Board Member, Peggy Guggenheim Museum Venice
Trustee of UK Trust, Peggy Guggenheim Museum Venice
Board Member, Royal Academy of Arts Development Committee

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, The Sports Nexus – sport

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Harnham Watermeadows Trust
Chairman, Sports Nexus (incl charitable trust)
Director, C&UCO Properties Ltd – Conservative Party Property Company
Trustee, Atlantic Partnership
Trustee, J P Marland Charitable Trust
Trustee, International Churchill Society
Advisory Board Member, Airey Neave Trust
President, Salisbury Football Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Invercauld Estate (and associates)

MARLESFORD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, Board of John Swire and Sons
Adviser, Sit Investment Associates (Minneapolis)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Independent National Director, Times Newspapers Holdings Ltd
Non-executive Director, Gavekal Research (Hong Kong)

*13(b) Landholdings

Owner of agricultural estate in Suffolk, including residential and commercial properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Marlesford Parish Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Suffolk Preservation Society

MARSH, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Senior European Consultant, Taisei Corporation, Tokyo, Japan

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Gruppe M Investment Co

MARSHALL OF KNIGHTSBRIDGE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Pirelli UK Limited
Chairman, Nomura International plc
Chairman, Queen’s Club (unpaid) (11 November 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Board of Governors, Birkbeck College, University of London
President, Westminster City Academy School

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

CBI
London First

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

British American Business Council
Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council
Indo-British Partnership Business Council
Knightsbridge Association
Member, Japan Society

MASHAM OF ILTON, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

Farm 200 acres belonging to estate in North Yorkshire
Sheep and Highland Pony stud

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Dial UK
President, E Pennine Association of Churchill Fellows
President, Harrogate Male Voice Choir
President, Spinal Injuries Association
President, Voluntary Action Wakefield District
President, Ripon’s St. Cecilia Orchestra
Vice President, Action for Dysphasic Adults (ADA)
Vice President, Aspire
Vice President, British Horse Society
Vice President, British Sports Association for the Disabled
Vice President, Wheelpower
Vice President, CAB Trust
Vice President, Cleveland Rotofac Trust
Vice President, Digestive Disorders Foundation
Vice President, Haemophilia Society
Vice President, Mildmay Mission Hospital
Vice President, Mobilise Organisation
Vice President, National Council of Domiciliary Care Services
Vice President, National Home Care Council
Vice President, North East Kidney Association
Vice President, Northallerton & District Table Tennis League
Vice President, Northern Sinfonia Development Appeal
Vice President, Ponies UK
Vice President, Riding for the Disabled
Vice President, RoSPA
Vice President, Speakability
Vice President, Stockpole Trust
Vice President, Tookay (North Yorkshire Scouts & Guides)
Vice President, Youth Clubs UK
Vice President, Snowdon Award Scheme

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Animal Health Trust
British Red Cross (past President 1963-88 North Yorkshire)
British Texel Sheep Society
Highland Pony Society
John Mordaunt Trust
Lady Margaret Beaufort Appeal (Educational)
Moredun Foundation (Animal Research)
National Farmers Union
National Pony Society
Ponies UK
Portland College
Rare Breeds Association
Ripon & District Disability Action Group
Royal Association Disability and Rehabilitation
Winston Churchill Fellowship Trust 1980-2005

MASON OF BARNSLEY, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Barnsley Business and Innovation Centre
Trustee, Ted Tasker Trust (Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council)
President of Friends of Barnsley Archives & Local Studies

MASSEY OF DARWEN, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair of National Treatment Agency Special Health Authority

15(a) Membership of public bodies

School Governor, Sir James Barrie School, Wandsworth

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of TACADE
Trustee of Trust for the Study of Adolescence
President of Brook Advisory Centres

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Brook Advisory Centres
Family Planning Association
National Trust
RSA (Fellow)
Member of the Lady Taverners
RSPB

MAWHINNEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, The Football League
Chairman, Malone Consultancy Limited (a private company)
Non-executive Director, Evans Easyspace (property development)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Joint Deputy Chairman, England 2018 World Cup Bid Board (21 October 2008)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Hon Member, Golf club in Cambridgeshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. LL.D from Queens University, Belfast (21 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Peterborough Association for the Blind
Hon President, Peterborough male voice choir
Hon President, North West Cambridgeshire Conservative Association
Trustee of the PFA Centenary Trust Fund
Chairman, More Than Gold (charity which oversees the Churches’ and Christian organisations’ responses to and service towards the 2012 Olympics
The Freedom of the City of Peterborough (21 October 2008)

MAWSON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Andrew Mawson Partnerships – Activity: Regeneration Consultancy
(a list of clients has been deposited with the Registrar)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Angel Enterprises (UK) Ltd Trading as: Andrew Mawson Partnerships
Executive President, Stanton Guildhouse Trust
Director of One Church 100 Uses, a Community Interest Company

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Ordained Minister, United Reformed Church (non-stipendiary)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

I have a controlling interest in Andrew Mawson Partnerships

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Australia (28 August-23 September 2008) on speaking tour, tickets provided by British Airways, speaking fee and accommodation provided by Macquarie Bank, internal flights sponsored by various local businesses and charitable supporters, and by EPRIDA

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Susan Mawson (spouse) – Director, Andrew Mawson Partnerships

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Leaside Regeneration Ltd
Hon President, Bromley by Bow Centre
Hon President, Community Action Network (CAN)
Trustee of the Historic Chapels Trust

MAXTON, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Holiday home in the Isle of Arran
A London flat

MAY OF OXFORD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of HSBC Holdings (paid)
Advisory Council Member in relation to the Tesco-funded Sustainability Science Institute at Manchester University (paid)
Member, UK Climate Change Committee (Secretariat based in Defra; paid)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Board (DSTL)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow (emeritus), Merton College, Oxford
Senior Editorial Board, Science (a leading scientific journal)
International Fellow, University of Sydney (a position which is essentially Hon membership of the University Senate)
Chair, Science & Technology Honours Committee
Emeritus Professor, the Zoology Department, Oxford University (I maintain office and assistant – and research group of post-doctoral people – in the Zoology Department) (unpaid)
Executive Trustee, UK Stem Cell Foundation (unpaid)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Board Member, British Council

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, International Advisory Council, Lowy Institute (an Australian policy think-tank) (unpaid)

MAYHEW OF TWYSDEN, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Farnborough Air Show (July 2006) transport, admission and hospitality provided by Thales plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from a cottage in Kent

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Bencher, Honourable Society of The Middle Temple
Kent Ambassador, to promote the interests of the County of Kent
President, West Kent College of Further Education

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Director, Support Kent Schools Ltd (a company founded in 1998 to support and promote education standards in Kent schools and in particular to work for the preservation of a selective education system in the county)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Fruiterers
Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Skinners
President, Airey Neave Trust (study of terrorism and the support of refugees)
President, Kent County Scouts Council
President, St Paul’s Trust Centre, Liverpool (maritime youth training)

MEACHER, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, East London NHS Foundation Trust
Chairman, Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Mental Health Foundation joint initiative (fee £5000 pa)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Limited personal assistance and research assistance may be provided by the East London NHS Foundation Trust for House of Lords business relevant to the Trust’s work

METHUEN, Lord

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman of Trustees of the Lady Margaret Hungerford Charity (which has alms houses and schoolroom in Corsham, Wiltshire)

*12(i) Visits

Visit (22-23 March 2007) to Holland with All-Party Parliamentary Rail Group to inspect Dutch railway operations: travel and accommodation paid by Rail Freight Group
Visit (3-8 September 2007) to Germany/Poland to visit freight facilities. Hotel and transport funded by the Rail Freight Group
Visit (31 August – 5 September 2008) to Hungary and Romania funded by the Railfreight Group

MILLER OF CHILTHORNE DOMER, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Occasional work for Improvement & Development Agency

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Argentina (September 2007) to present on Draft Climate Change Bill – paid for by British Embassy, Argentina
Visit to Nova Scotia (July 2008) – accommodation, board and internal transport paid by Parliamentarians for non-Proliferation and Disarmament

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Husband – Chair of Regional Flood Defence Committee, brother-in-law cider maker and farmer
Husband – Director South West Tourism

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Council for National Parks
Vice President, British Trust for Conservation Volunteers
Vice President, Wildlife Link
Chairman, Somerset Food Links
President, Institute of Value Management
Co-President, Parliamentarians for non-Proliferation and Disarmament

MILLER OF HENDON, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Multrex Securities Ltd (private family-controlled property investment company)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Blanway Investments Ltd
Multrex Securities Ltd
Parkwood Securities Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Commercial and factory premises in Newport, Gwent
50% share in commercial premises in Bridlington, Yorks and in Wigan, Greater Manchester

16(a) Trusteeships

Minerva Educational Trust

MILLETT, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Freemason

MITCHELL, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Weizmann UK (this is a charity whose purpose is to raise funds for the Weizmann Research Institute in Israel)
Chairman of the eLearning Foundation
Chairman, Coexistence Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Lowy Mitchell Foundation

MOGG, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, Gas and Electricity Markets Authority

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Limited Secretarial Assistance from Gas and Electricity Markets Authority

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Singapore (November 2008) at invitation of government of Singapore to work on an international advisory panel on energy; travel, accommodation and a fee were paid by the government of Singapore (2 December 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Board of Governors University of Brighton

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Non-remunerated Trustee of Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

MOLYNEAUX OF KILLEAD, Lord

No relevant interests

MONSON, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Lincolnshire including commercial and residential properties (Co-owner)
A small parcel of grazing land in Surrey (Co-owner)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Society for Individual Freedom

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Almshouses Trust
Trustee of the Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, British Weights and Measures Association,
Patron, Choice in Personal Safety
Supporter of FOREST

MONTAGU OF BEAULIEU, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Commodore Corporate Travel
Beaulieu Enterprises Ltd
Beaulieu River Management Ltd
Vintage Tyre Supplies Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Shareholding in Beaulieu Enterprises Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Landholdings in the Beaulieu Estate, Hampshire, including residential properties

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

National Motor Museum Trust and subsidiary National Motor Museum Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Countryside Education Trust
Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs Ltd
Mayflower Theatre Trust Ltd
Chancellor, Wine Guild of the United Kingdom
President, Historic Commercial Vehicle Society

MONTGOMERY OF ALAMEIN, Viscount

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Bogotá, Colombia (January 29 – February 4 2007) at the invitation of Thomas Greg & Co (a Colombian multinational company) to address a large audience on ‘Future Prospects for British-Colombian Trade and Investment’. The company provided return airfare and hotel. No fee was paid.

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Overlord Embroidery Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Forte Foundation (generates income to encourage training in the hospitality industry)
Member, Standing Church Committee, Mercers Company

MONTROSE, Duke of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Managing Director, Montrose Estates 1992 Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Category B ruin in Stirlingshire
Farmland in Stirlingshire including residential properties and golf course

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member of Anglo Nordic Productions
Chairman, Loch Lomond Riparian Owner’s Association
Chairman, Loch Lomond Association
Officer in the Royal Company of Archers (Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland)
President Clan Graham Association
President, Buchanan Sheepdog Society
President, Strathendrick agricultural show

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Officer of the Order of St John
Royal Highland & Agricultural Society
Royal Scottish Pipers Society
Strathendrick Fishery Trust
Highland Society of London
Family & Youth Concern

MOONIE, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Americium Developments, Edinburgh (£35,000-£40,000 pa)

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Member, Advisory Board, Northrop Grumman I.T. (July 2007)
Member, Advisory Board, Perseus Global (21 October 2008)
Senior Advisor, Pharmathene Ltd (21 October 2008)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

AEA Technology plc
Non-executive Director, Partygaming Plc

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Skillforce (October 2005)

MOORE OF LOWER MARSH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Marvin and Palmer Inc (Wilmington, Delaware, USA)

MOORE OF WOLVERCOTE, Lord

No relevant interests

MORAN, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Joint ownership (with wife) of a beat on the upper Wye on which two or three rods are let for salmon fishing

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Moran Committee (of fisheries and angling organisations)
Executive Vice President, Salmon and Trout Association
President, Welsh Salmon and Trout Anglers’ Association
President, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of RSPB

MORGAN, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow, British Academy
Hon. Professor, Swansea University
Hon Fellow, Queen’s College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, Oriel College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, University of Wales Swansea, Cardiff and Trinity College, Carmarthen

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Oxford University International Summer School
Vice President, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion and LLAFUR (Welsh Labour History Society)
Vice President, Llangollen International Eisteddfod
President of History Graduate School, University of Rouen, France
Trustee, Elizabeth Russell Memorial (for history graduates)
Trustee, History of Parliament Group

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Friend of National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
Friend of Royal Academy of Arts
Life Member, British American Parliamentary Group
Member, Ceredigion Antiquarian Society
Member, Middlesex County Cricket Club
Member, Parliamentary Archaeology Group & Arts and Heritage Group
Member, Reform Club
Member, Yr Academi Gymreig and Gorsedd of Bards, National Eisteddfod
Financial supporter, Imperial Cancer Research; Royal Institute for the Deaf; various institutions in Oxford University (Bodleian, Botanic Gardens, etc)

MORGAN OF DREFELIN, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

As Minister for Intellectual Property at the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills, I recently received hospitality which has been valued in excess of £1000 (2 tickets to the BRIT awards, each valued at around £600)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow, University College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Foundations UK
Patron, Sheila McKechnie foundation
Hon Fellow, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, the Institute of Cancer Research and Cardiff University

MORGAN OF HUYTON, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to J.P. Morgan Chase (this is a part-time advisory post since September 2007 a number of days per year)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director of Carphone Warehouse
Non-executive Director of Southern Cross Healthcare Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of Advisory Panel for Lloydspharmacy which is a subsidiary of Celesio AG
Member of Advisory Panel for Humana Europe

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board, Olympic Delivery Authority

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Advisor to the Board of the charity ARK (Absolute Return for Kids)
Chair, “Future Leaders” charity (headteacher training)
Member, Advisory Board of Centre for Human Rights, Institute of Education

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Membership of Labour Party and GMB Trade Union

MORRIS OF ABERAVON, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of University of Glamorgan
Hon Fellow of Gonville of Caius College, Cambridge
Hon Fellow of University College of Wales, Aberystwyth
Hon Fellow of University College of Wales, Swansea
Hon Fellow of Trinity College Carmarthen
Bencher of Gray’s Inn
Member of Council of Prince of Wales’ Trust (Cymru)
Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on Business Appointments

MORRIS OF BOLTON, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor and Trustee of Bolton School
Deputy Lieutenant of Greater Manchester (from 6 June 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Advisory Board Women 2 Win
Patron OXPIP (Oxford Parent & Infant Project)
President of the National Benevolent Institution
Vice President North West Conservative Women’s organisation
Vice President, Catholic Union of Great Britain
Co-Chair, Women in Public Policy
Trustee of UNICEF, UK
Trustee, The Disability Partnership

MORRIS OF HANDSWORTH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Midland Heart Housing Association
Member, Employment Appeal Tribunal (paid fee per sitting)
Member Panel on Mergers and Takeovers
Deputy Chair, Jamaica National Money Services

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Staffordshire University
Chancellor, University of Technology, Jamaica
Member, Trustee Board, Performance Birmingham Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member England & Wales Cricket Board

MORRIS OF MANCHESTER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Co-operative Group, independent Chairman of Rules and Practices Review Board (unpaid) and occasional advice on disability issues as Chairman of the “Access for All” Committee

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Hallé Orchestra

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Multiple Hon offices (as President or Vice President) in organisations of and for disabled people in the United Kingdom and abroad
President, Haemophilia Society
President, Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman of Trustees, Parliamentary Science and Technology Information Foundation
Trustee, Earl of Snowdon Fund for Disabled Students

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Member and Hon Parliamentary Advisor, Royal British Legion
GMB: Unpaid membership of Trade Union having been made life member

MORRIS OF YARDLEY, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Advisory Board member, Hotcourses (an education publishing company)
Director, Performing Rights Society
Member of the Advisory Board of Piscari (an education consultancy company)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Sunderland
Chair of the Strategy Committee at the Institute of Effective Education at the University of York
I write a monthly column in Education Guardian
Occasional work for the National College of School Leadership

*12(i) Visits

Visited Australia for ten days (March-April 2006) for a series of education visits and lectures as guest of Melbourne University and the Education Departments of Melbourne and Adelaide
Visit to France (28 May – 1 June 2008) as a guest of Piscari (an education consultancy company)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chair, National Coalmining Museum
Trustee, The Roundhouse

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Hotcourses Foundation (a voluntary and charitable body to receive money for education opportunities for HIV positive children)
Trustee, Hamlyn Foundation

MORROW, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Dungannon & South Tyrone, Borough Council
Member, Committee of the Regions (alternate member)
See also 15(a) below

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Northern Ireland Assembly, Stormont, Belfast (paid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Moygashel Development Association

MOSER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant for Askonas Holt Ltd (unpaid)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board Member, Open University of Israel

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Board member, Menuhin School
Advisory Council Member, London Symphony Orchestra
Chairman of Educational Committee, London Symphony Orchestra
Trustee, Hermitage Rooms, Somerset House
Trustee, Jewish Museum
President, Playhouse Theatre, Oxford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Executive Committee, Jerusalem Music Centre
Chairman, Music at Oxford
Trustee, Rayne Foundation
Trustee, Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Trustee, National Centre for Social Research
Committee Member, Zoo Development Committee

MOYNIHAN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

CMA (Founder Partner of CMA in 1993 which has subsequently provided advice and consultancy to an international client list of predominantly energy and engineering related companies)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Rowan Companies Inc (drilling, aviation and manufacturing)
Chairman, Pelamis Wave Power Ltd (wave energy)
Director, London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) (Audit Committee Member)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Adviser, Clipper Windpower Inc

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, British Olympic Association (remuneration foregone)
Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
President of the Welsh Amateur Rowing Association
Trustee, British-American Biomedical Scholarship Fund
Trustee, British Olympic Foundation
Patron, The Skiers Trust of Great Britain Limited

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers
Member, Editorial Committee of 2009 Congress of International Olympic Committee
Member, International Relations Commission of International Olympic Committee
Patron of the Bath University Amateur Boxing Club
Patron of the London Narrowboat Project
Vice Patron of the British Wind Energy Association
Board Member, Tonbridge School Foundation
Advisory Board, British Expertise
Hon. President, British Waterski

MURPHY, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

House and 12 acres of land in Tuscany, Italy, let commercially for holiday rents

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Council, St George’s, University of London
Board Member, Monitor, the independent regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts (from September 2006)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Centre of the Cell, Charitable Trust, London
Trustee, Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Alzheimer’s Society (England & Wales)

MURTON OF LINDISFARNE, Lord

No relevant interests

MUSTILL, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, London Shipping Law Centre

MYNERS, Lord

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

I maintain at my expense a small private office to support personal correspondence, charitable giving etc

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

All shares held to the benefit of my wife and myself are in a Blind Trust administered by Coutts & Co

*13(b) Landholdings

In addition to my houses I own a flat in Chelsea occupied by two daughters and have a shared interest in a cottage in Kew which is in the primary ownership of another daughter

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of Glyndebourne Foundation
Trustee of Tate Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Liberty
Amnesty International
National Trust
Art Fund
Royal Academy Trust

NASEBY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to ‘Prototype bio forum’

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Invesco Recovery Trust (2011) Ltd (Investment Trust)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Maldives (12-20 January 2008) – air fare and 4 nights stay paid by Government of the Maldives; 5 nights at personal expense Visit to Sri Lanka (21-25 January 2008) – 4 nights hotel paid for by Sri Lanka Government; additional costs paid by self
Official/Private visits to Sri Lanka – Visit to Sri Lanka (5-9 January incl.+ 21st)- hotel and meals paid by Government of Sri Lanka excluding alcohol (3 February 2009) Visit to Sri Lanka (10-20 January) – touring – all bills paid by self except for car provided by Government of Sri Lanka Air fare to Sri Lanka return paid by Government of Sri Lanka (30 January 2009)

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

1 day’s shooting (October 2006) in Bedfordshire as guest of Tobacco Manufacturers Association
1 day’s shooting (1 December 2008) as guest of Tobacco Manufacturers Association (9 December 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow in History, University of Northampton (28 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Victoria County History for Northamptonshire
Trustee, Parliamentary Pension Fund
Trustee, CBK Foundation (charity No.1122395 – appointed on 26 October 2007)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Northamptonshire County Cricket Club
Jt. Patron, Naseby Battlefield Trust

NEILL OF BLADEN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Self employed as a Queen’s Counsel

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

AVIVA plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Farming and forestry land in Dorset held jointly with spouse

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, All Souls College
Hon Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford
Visitor of Buckingham University

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Tyndale Society
Oxford Philomusica

NEUBERGER, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Clore Duffield Foundation (working on the setting up of a Jewish community centre for London) (paid)
Founder member of the Advisory Board to the Trustees of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health (paid)
Member, Central Ethical Compliance Group, Unilever (paid)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Vhi Health Insurance, Republic of Ireland
Chair of Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (20 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Hon Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians
Hon Fellow Faculty of Public Health Medicine
Hon Fellow Royal College of Psychiatrists

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Booker Prize Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Advisory Board Member, International Centre for Health and Society, University College, London
Member, Advisory Group, Me Too
Member, Advisory Board, Clore Duffield Leadership Programme for the Arts
Member, Advisory Board, Centre for Reform
Member, Advisory Board, Community Security Trust
Member, Advisory Board, Biomedical Research Centre, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Member, Advisory Board, Media Standards Trust
Member, Advisory Board, New Israel Fund
Member, APPG, Complex Needs and dual diagnosis
Member, Advisory Group,RightHERE (25 November 2008)
Patron, Runnymede Trust
Patron, Centre of Ethnic Diversity and Spirituality, University of Nottingham
Patron, Avonbrook Projects Abroad
Patron, North London Hospice
Patron, St Deiniol’s Library
Patron, International Health Partners
Patron, Greater London Forum for Older People
Patron, Homeshare International
Patron of the Friends of Progressive Judaism in Israel and Europe
Patron of Society of Medical Writers
Patron of St Paul’s Institute
Patron, Revolving Doors Agency
Patron, The Separated Child Foundation
Committee Member of the Evelina Children’s Hospital Appeal Committee
Board Member, Jewish Policy Research
Joint President, United Nations Association
Vice President, Barnardo’s
Vice President, Attend
President, Liberal Judaism
President, Abbeyfield Society (25 November 2008)
Hon. Committee 75th Anniversary The Memorial Church Harvard University
Hon. Hosting Committee – International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing Conference

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Urban Village
Trustee, Walter and Liesel Schwab Charitable Trust
Trustee, Cecil and Irene Roth Charitable Trust
Trustee, Joseph Interfaith Foundation
Trustee, New Philanthropy Capital (March 2008)
Trustee, Jewish Care (20 January 2009) (unpaid)
Trustee of Zamyn (20 January 2009)

NEUBERGER OF ABBOTSBURY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Editor in Chief, Civil Court Practice

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of the University of the Arts, London
Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Spoliation of Works of Art between 1933 and 1945
Chairman of the Entry to the Bar Working Party
President, Property Litigation Association

NEVILLE-JONES, Baroness

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

In my capacity as Shadow Minister for Security, my office receives financial support from Conservative Campaign Headquarters (CCHQ).
+ Research assistance – CCHQ have applied a donation from Mr. Dolar Popat to finance my Special Adviser. This has also been declared to the Electoral Commission by the Conservative Party.
+ Secretarial assistance – CCHQ pay directly for part time secretarial assistance. No specific donor is involved; the funds come from general provision by the Conservative Party to support my work as a member of the Shadow Cabinet.

These arrangements support me in carrying out my specific frontbench responsibilities as a Shadow Cabinet Minister. They do not support me in the performance of any other duties as a member of the House of Lords
I wish to declare a donation from Robert Shetler-Jones. He contributes, via CCHQ, £5,000 a quarter to expenses I incur in the course of my work as a front bench Conservative peer. This began in February 2008.

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Israel (6-10 April 2008) organised by the Conservative Friends of Israel, my share of the total cost being £2,250. This covered the airfare there and back, hotel and restaurant accommodation and travel inside the country including a share in a helicopter visit to the northern border
Visit to Israel (7-11 September 2008) sponsored by the Conservative Friends of Israel to enable me to speak at the Herzliya Counterterrorist conference – cost of travel and accommodation £2,500 (20 January 2009)
5 day fact finding visit to India (26 November-2 December 2008) sponsored by the Indian Government – cost of travel and accommodation £4,000 (20 January 2009)
Fact finding visit to the Syrian and Lebanese governments and Parliaments which took place between 6 and 11 January: The Conservative Middle East Council ( CMEC) paid for my fares to the region and back. In Syria, the Syrian Parliament bore the cost of accommodation, local transport and one dinner (at a total estimated cost of £505) while CMEC paid for incidental costs. In Lebanon, with the exception of one dinner given by the Lebanese Parliament, CMEC paid for all accommodation, transport and other costs arising locally. The total CMEC contribution to the costs of the visit was £1375 (29 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Advisory Council of City University
Member of the Advisory Council, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford
Board Member, Centre for European Reform
Council Member, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Committee Member, Königswinter Conference
Member, Unisys Advisory Board

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon. Treasurer, Refuge (domestic violence charity)
Trustee of the Cyclotron Trust (particle therapy)

NEWBY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Live Consulting Ltd (the company acts as a consultant and project manager in the field of corporate social responsibility)
Non-executive Director, Elmwood Design Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Live Consulting Ltd
Reform Publications Ltd (political publications)

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat in Lambeth owned and let jointly with wife

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, NCVO Advisory Council
Member, Advisory Board, CentreForum
Chair, Sport at The Prince’s Trust
Chair, IDS (International Development through Sport)
Director, Sport for Life Inc (Barbados) (not-for-profit organisation in the Caribbean which is developing programmes which combine sport and education)
Director, Sport for Life Trinidad and Tobago (not-for-profit organisation in the Caribbean which is developing programmes which combine sport and education)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, North West University UK Trust (the University is in South Africa)
Trustee, Coltstaple Trust
Trustee, Playing Alive Foundation
Trustee, Fatimid Foundation
Trustee, IDS (International Development through Sport) UK

NEWCASTLE, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Governing Body, St Chad’s College, University of Durham

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Norcare
President, Azure
Vice President, Abbeyfield, Newcastle Upon Tyne Society Ltd
Member of Council, SPCK
Member of the Board of Tyneside Cyrenians

16(a) Trusteeships

Northumbria Historic Churches Trust
St Hild and St Bede Trust
St Hilda’s Trust
Shepherd’s Law Hermitage
North East Oecumenical Course
Newcastle Diocesan Society
Newcastle Diocesan Board of Finance
Newcastle Diocesan Board of Education
Churches Regional Commission in North East
Carbon Neutral North East
Newcastle Council of Faiths

NEWTON OF BRAINTREE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council
Chair, Buncefield Major Incident Investigation Board (fees)
Member, Lloydspharmacy Health Care Advisory Panel

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Non-executive Director, MidEssex Primary Care Trust
Chair, Braintree District Council

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair, Honours Committee for Community, Voluntary and Local Services
Chair, Tax Law Re-write Steering Committee
Member of Council, Institute of Directors

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Help the Hospices
President, Braintree and Bocking Abbeyfield Society
President, Braintree Multiple Sclerosis Society
President, Corporate Friends of Carers National Association
President, Corporate Friends of Farleigh Hospice
President, Drugscope
President, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices
President, Essex Lupus Group
President, Neighbourhood Energy Action
President, Phoenix Housing Association, Colchester
President, Tabor Centre for Disabled People
President, Braintree Community Association
President, Braintree Parkinsons Disease Society
Trustee, National Benevolent Fund for the Aged
Trustee, Pharmacy Practice Research Trust
Trustee, National Heart and Lung Institute Foundation

NICHOLLS OF BIRKENHEAD, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, Trinity Hall, Cambridge

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Birkenhead School

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Athenaeum Club

NICHOLSON OF WINTERBOURNE, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of European Parliament

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of University Courts of: Reading, Southampton, Exeter and Sussex

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Africa ’95
Trustee, Booker Prize Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, AMAR Appeal
Chairman, AMAR International Charitable Foundation
Co-Chairman, High Level Group for Romanian Children
Co-Chairman, Children’s High Level Group
Special Envoy, World Health Organisation
Member, Supervisory Board of Booker Prize for Russian fiction
Vice President, Little Foundation
President, Caine Prize for African writing
Advisory Board Member, FAR
Co-Patron, Manningford Trust, Wiltshire
Patron, Winsford Trust, Devon

NICKSON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Association of Salmon Fishery Boards
Vice President, Atlantic Salmon Trust
Trustee, Buccleuch Heritage Trust
Officer, Queens Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of a number of small family trusts (all private) and none of any material size

NICOL, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Council for National Parks
Vice President, Marine Conservation Society

NOAKES, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Carpetright plc
Director, Reuters Founder Share Company Ltd
Severn Trent plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat in Goudhurst, Kent (owned jointly with husband and occupied by mother)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, English National Opera

NORFOLK, Duke of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Sotheby’s London Ltd
Arundel Services Ltd (trust and estate management provider)
Norfolk Estate Farms Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Norfolk Estate Farms Ltd
Arundel Services Ltd (trust and estate management provider)

*13(a) Significant Shareholdings

Cardionetics Ltd (healthcare provider)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Sussex including residential and commercial properties
Moorland and farmland in North Yorkshire including residential properties
Farmland in South Yorkshire including residential properties
Commercial and Industrial property in Sheffield
Commercial property in London

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Arundel Castle Trustees Ltd
Arundel Castle Enterprises Ltd
Fitzalan Chapel Charitable Trust
Game Conservancy

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Arundel and Littlehampton District Scouts
Arundel Town Scouts
Arundel Branch of the Royal British Legion
Friends of Arundel Cathedral
Oratory School
Arun Valley Association of the National Trust
Society of St Augustine of Canterbury
White Lion Society
Shrewsbury Hospital
Oxford and Cambridge Catholic Education Board
Upland Steering Committee of the Game Conservancy Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Norfolk Family Trusts
Beaumont Family Trust
Compton Family Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Moorland Association

NORTHBOURNE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Betteshanger Investments Ltd
Betteshanger Properties Ltd
(all family companies)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Betteshangar Charitable Trust of which I am a Trustee, contributes small sums towards secretarial support

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Betteshanger Investments Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Agricultural land and dwellings and associated buildings in Kent

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Betteshanger Charitable Trust
Member of the Advisory Council of Toynbee Hall
Member of the Advisory Council of Caldecott Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Royal Yacht Squadron (Cowes)
Member, Royal Yacht Association
Member, Brooks’s Club
Member, National Trust

NORTHBROOK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Mars Asset Management (investment management company – FSA Registered)
Chairman, Acceber Films Ltd (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Arable farmer

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Controlling shareholder in Northbrook Farms Ltd (farming company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Hampshire, including residential property
Residential property in London

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Country Landowners and Business Association
Member, National Farmers Union
Member, Countryside Alliance
Member, Royal Geographical Society

NORTHESK, Earl of

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to The Enterprise Privacy Group (an association of organisations working in partnership to understand privacy-related issues and to achieve collaborative solutions) (unpaid)
Advisor to Privacy International (unpaid)
Advisor to 80/20 Thinking (an Advisory and Training company specialising in Privacy and Data Protection) (unpaid)

*13(b) Landholdings

A number of tenanted properties in West Sussex

NORTHFIELD, Lord

No relevant interests

NORTHOVER, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

Attended AIDS conference in Mozambique (28-30 March 2006) – partly paid for by House of Lords, partly by AWEPA (European Parliamentarians for Africa)
Visit to India (Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore) (23 – 30 March 2007) as Member of a cross-party parliamentary group organised by RESULTS (Advocacy to Control Tuberculosis Internationally Project) to study the problem of TB especially in developing countries. Costs covered by RESULTS
Visit to Hong Kong (30 September – 5 October 2007) with flights and accommodation paid for by the Hong Kong Government for briefings on Hong Kong, its government, economic development and role in the development of the Chinese mainland

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Bryn Mawr College Association (Great Britain)
Trustee, Tropical Health and Education Trust, 2007-

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Breast Cancer Campaign

NORTON OF LOUTH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Government, University of Hull (Director, Centre for Legislative Studies)
Director of Studies, Hansard Society

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, History of Parliament Trust
Trustee, Elizabeth Russell Fund (a charity)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, Conservative Academic Group
Member, Advisory Board, Centre for Policy Studies
Member, Committee, Conservative History Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Political Studies Association of the UK
Member of Council, Hansard Society for Parliamentary Government
Editor, Journal of Legislative Studies (unremunerated but published by commercial publisher)
Council Member, Constitution Unit

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Study of Parliament Group

NORWICH, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board Member, Countryside Agency
Board Member, Norfolk County Strategic Partnership
Chair, Central Religious Advisory Committee of BBC & OFCOM
Chair, Norfolk Community Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President and Trustee, Norfolk Rural Community Council

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, George Bell Institute (promoting international educational links)
Trustee, Norwich Heritage Economic & Regeneration Trust

OAKESHOTT OF SEAGROVE BAY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Aubrey Investments Ltd and its subsidiaries (commercial property investment)
Director, OLIM Ltd (investment management)
Director, Value and Income Trust plc and its subsidiaries (investment trust)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Investment Manager and Joint Managing Director of OLIM Ltd (a subsidiary of Close Brothers Group plc – merchant bank)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Aubrey Investments Ltd (jointly with wife)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Value and Income Trust plc (jointly with wife)

*13(b) Landholdings

Holiday cottage in Isle of Wight (no rent received)
House in Sussex for mother and sister (no rent received)
Own home in London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman and Trustee, Coltstaple Trust (registered charity)
Council Member, Make Votes Count
Hon Trustee, Mirror Group Pensioners’ Association

O’CATHAIN, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, South East Water plc (until 31 March 2008)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Azerbaijan in December 2006 as guest of the Government of Azerbaijan
Visit to Azerbaijan in June 2008 as guest of the Parliament of Azerbaijan
Attendance at annual conference in Kuwait (15-20 November 2008) organised by GOPAC (Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption) on Political Ethics and Conflict of Interest for Parliamentarians; travel expenses paid by House of Lords but accommodation etc paid by ARPAC (Arab Region Parliamentarians Against Corruption) in collaboration with GOPAC and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy and others (27 December 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Appeal Board and Trustee, Brooklands Museum

O’NEILL OF BENGARVE, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Academy (from 1 July 2005)
Trustee and Chairman, Nuffield Foundation
Trustee, Gates Cambridge Trust
Trustee, Sense about Science
Trustee, American University of Sharjah
Trustee, Council for the Assistance of Refugee Academics
Member, Council of Management of Ditchley Foundation
Member, Council of Foundation for Science & Technology

O’NEILL OF CLACKMANNAN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Washington Group
British Chemical Engineering Contractors’ Association
Manufacturing Technologies Association

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Member of Specialist Engineering Contractors'(SECG) Group

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of Nuclear Industries Association
Chairman of Building Services Engineering Employment Agency Alliance

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Sole shareholder, Laverockbank Consulting plc

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Barcelona (1-3 March 2006) to attend a conference organised by King’s College London Risk Management Centre on ‘The Future of Nuclear Power in Europe’. Fares and accommodation paid for by the Centre

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Energy Action, Scotland
Vice President, National Energy Action

ONSLOW, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lloyds Underwriter
Occasional Press articles

*13(b) Landholdings

Estate in Surrey including some residential holdings
A Thai Restaurant in Uxbridge

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of the Royal Grammar School Guilford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Surrey and Hampshire Canal Society
Patron, Hillier Alms Houses

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Cherrie Trees (charity)

OPPENHEIM-BARNES, Baroness

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Oppenheim Trust, (I benefit from the income from this trust)

OUSELEY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

President, Different Realities Partnership Limited

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Advisor, HMRC

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Management Consultant (self employed)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, KICK IT OUT
Chairman, Policy Institute for Ageing and Ethnicity
Chairman, PRESET, Education and Training Charitable Organisation
Chairman, Focus Institute for Regeneration and Social Transformation
Council Member, Institute of Race Relations

OWEN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Gallagher Holdings

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Abbott Laboratories Inc
Europe Steel plc

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Deborah Owen Ltd
Intelligent Energy Ltd
Abbott Laboratories

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of the University of Liverpool

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Center for International Health and Co-operation
President, Enham
President, National Marine Aquarium

OXBURGH, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

One-off pieces of work on an ad hoc basis -
Adviser Fujitsu Europe
Adviser to Climate Change Capital
Adviser to Low Carbon Inititative
Adviser to Evo-electric
Environmental Adviser – Deutsche Bank (20 January 2009)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Falck Renewables
Chairman, Blue NG

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Oskarshamn in Sweden (10-12 August 2008) to visit nuclear power and nuclear waste research and storage facilities with the All Party Parliamentary Group on Nuclear Energy. The costs of the trip were met by E.ON

*13(b) Landholdings

House in Cambridge owned and let jointly with wife

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Council of Asian University of Science and Technology
Member, Council of Foundation for Science and Technology
Member, Council of Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Kuala Lumpur)
Member, Singapore Agency for Science, Technology & Research
Member, Singapore Science and Engineering Research Council
Member, Advisory Board Oxford University, Dept of Earth Sciences
Chairman, Program Review Committee, British Antarctic Survey
Hon. Professor, Cambridge University, Dept. of Earth Sciences

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Higher Education Policy Institute

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow of Royal Society
Hon Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering
Member, Green Fiscal Commission
Member, Council of Foundation for Science & Technology
Member, Council of Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

PAISLEY OF ST. GEORGE’S, Baroness

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My husband is a Member of Parliament and also a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
(he is the Minister of Martyrs Memorial Church, Belfast for which he does not receive a salary)

PALMER, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Farmer

*13(b) Landholdings

House and Garden open to the Public
Flat in Marsham Court, Marsham Street, London SW1
Farmland in Brunstane, Edinburgh
Residual beneficiary of Patience Estate (St Lucia)
Farmland etc in Berwickshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, Great Houses of Britain Ltd

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, BABFO
President, REA (Transport Division)

16(a) Trusteeships

Manderston Preservation Trust
Ladywell Trust
Fergus Maclay Leukaemia Trust
Gordon Palmer Charitable Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

National Farmers Union of Scotland
Historic Houses Association for Scotland
Scottish Land Owners Federation
Borders FWAG
Scottish Protection Rural Society
Treasurer All-Party Architecture Group
Secretary of Scottish Peers Association

PALUMBO OF WALBROOK, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Whitgift School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Serpentine Gallery
Royal Fine Art Commission Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, American Friends of the Natural History Museum
Chairman, Pritzker Architecture Prize Jury

PANNICK, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Practising member of the Bar
Fortnightly column on legal issues for The Times

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford
Hon. Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Legal Friends of The Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Bencher of Gray’s Inn

PAREKH, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor, University of Westminster

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, University Court, University of Luton
President, Academy of the Learned Societies in Social Sciences
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Fellow, British Academy

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Patron, Runnymede Trust
Patron, Gandhi Foundation
Trustee, Anne Frank Educational Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Nirman Foundation (US based family foundation)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Trustee, Black Umbrella Trust
Chairman, Phoenix-Zimbabwe (charity)

PARK OF MONMOUTH, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Phoenix-Zimbabwe (charity)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Great Britain – Sasakawa Foundation (charity)
Member Advisory Group, Zimbabwe Defence and Aid Fund
Vice Patron, Atlantic Council

PARKINSON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Great Queen Street Consultants (Management Company)
Henderson Rowe Ltd
InTechnology plc (Online Data Storage and Retrieval)
Jarvis Group Ltd (Building and Construction)
Jarvis Commercial Properties Ltd (Property Investment)
Le Carbone (GB) Ltd (Manufacturers of high-technology carbon products)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Falkland Islands (11-19 June 2007) as guest of the Falkland Island Government to mark the 25th Anniversary of the end of the Falklands Campaign. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Falkland Islands Government
Visit to Belarus (9-12 March 2008) at the invitation of the Belarus Ambassador and as guest of the Belarus Government to discuss privatisation and the development of a private sector. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Belarus Government

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Great Queen Street Consultants
Cybertime Ltd (on-line marketing)
Tersus Energy plc
Henderson Rowe Ltd

PATEL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, National Patient Safety Agency

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Foundation of Dundee High School
Member, Armed Forces Equality Advisory Committee
Chair, Stemcell Oversight Committee

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, White Top Foundation (charity)
Council Member, STROKE Association (charity)
Patron, South Asia Health Foundation (charity)
Patron, Twins Society

PATEL OF BLACKBURN, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

The Empire Building, Randal Street, Blackburn
Family Land Holdings (Agricultural) and houses and flats in India

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director of Blackburn Partnership

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Westbrookhouse Community Centre

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Indian Workers Association
Vice President of the Blackburn Racial Equality Council
Chairman Hajj Committee
President of the Asian Business Federation
President, East Lancs Scouts

PATEL OF BRADFORD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary

Relevant interests held at the time of Ministerial appointment were:-

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of the Mental Health Act Commission (Special Health Authority) appointed by Secretary of State
Non-executive Board Member of the National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse (Special Health Authority) appointed by Secretary of State
Associate Board Member, Leicester Partnership Trust (NHS Trust)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

I am provided with occasional research support from my own research team at the University of Central Lancashire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Professor and Head of the Centre for Ethnicity & Health and the Institute for Philosophy Diversity and Mental Health, Faculty of Health, University of Central Lancashire, Preston
As part of this post I undertake work on a variety of projects with Department of Health, Home Office and a wide range of NHS, social care and criminal justice agencies
Ministerial Advisor to Hazel Blears, Secretary of State, Communities & local Government
Chairman, National Prison Drug Treatment Review Group
Head of International School Communities, Rights & Inclusion (ISCRI) at the University of Central Lancashire (from 1 August 2008)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of Sharing Voices (a local charity in Bradford working with people with mental health problems in minority ethnic communities)
Patron of National Men’s Health Forum (a national charity working on issues in relation to men’s health in the UK)
Patron of The Bridge Project (a local charity in Bradford working with people with problems with substance misuse)
Trustee & Commissioner of the UK Drug Policy Commission
Member of UNICEF’s Global Task Force on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
President of Bradford Magistrates Chaplinary Service

PATTEN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Lockheed Martin (Holdings) UK Ltd (wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Senior Adviser, Charterhouse Development Capital Ltd (private equity)
Senior Adviser, Barros Technologies Ltd (from 5.3.08) (Internet Virtual Operating Systems)
Adviser, Thomas Goode & Co Ltd (luxury goods)
Adviser, Lockheed Martin Overseas Corporation (Aerospace and Advanced Technology Company)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, Harris Manchester College, Oxford

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Drapers

PATTEN OF BARNES, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Member, European Advisory Board of Bridgepoint (a private equity firm)
Non-executive director of Cadbury-Schweppes plc
Non-executive Director, Russell Reynolds Associates Inc
Member, International Advisory Board of AIG (an insurance company)
Member, International Advisory Board of DB Zwirn

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Regular income from writing and speaking engagements
Member of the BMB Special Advisory Board (for which he will receive an honorarium) (28 October 2008)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Part-time PA to look after my work as Chancellor of Oxford University

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of Newcastle University
Chancellor of Oxford University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Trustees of The Healing Foundation
Chairman of the Trustees of The Twenty First Century Trust
Chairman, Oriental Foundation Arrabida Conference
Co-Chair of the Board of the International Crisis Group
Co-Chair of India-UK Roundtable
Co-Chair of Italy-UK Annual Conference
Advisory Board Member, St. Benedict’s School

PAUL, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to Berwin Leighton Paisner on strategy for India

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman and Director, Caparo Group Ltd
Board Member, London Development Agency (June 2000-July 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Advisory Panel, All Nippon Airways

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Caparo Group Ltd (Lord Paul, Hon Ambar Paul, Hon Akash Paul and Hon Angad Paul are jointly interested in the whole of the issued share capital of the Company through shareholdings registered in the name of Caparo International Corporation, a Company registered in the British Virgin Islands)
Caparo Group, through its subsidiary Caparo plc, has a 35.5% interest in Core Growth Capital LLP, which manages two venture capital trusts, Core VCTI and Core VCTII plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton
Chancellor of the University of Westminster
Advisory Board Member, Foreign Policy Centre Advisory Council
Director, Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit Limited
Visiting Professor, School of Management, University of Surrey (to 31.8.08)
Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Committee (a sub group of the London Development Agency) (August 2005-July 2008)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President, Engineering Employers’ Federation
Co-Chairman, Associated Parliamentary Manufacturing Industry Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Board of PiggyBankKids (a children’s charity) and its trading subsidiary PiggyBankKids Projects Limited
Member of Advisory Board, Community Security Trust (registered charity 1042391)
Member, British Olympic Association Advisory Board

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee and Chairman, Ambika Paul Foundation
Trustee, PiggyBank Kids

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Plan International
Patron, UK Youth
Vice President, Cricket Foundation ‘A Chance to Shine’ Appeal
Member, Zoological Society of London, Development Advisory Committee
Member, UK India Business Council Advisory Board
Patron in Chief, Akademi

PEARSON OF RANNOCH, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Deer forest and forestry in West Highlands of Scotland, including residential property

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, RESCARE (the National Society for children and adults with learning disabilities and their families)
Hon President, British Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine
Co-Founder, Global Britain (research into and publication of the UK’s relationship with the European Union and the wider world)
Chairman, Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART)

16(a) Trusteeships

Founder and executive trustee of the Rannoch (Charitable) Trust

PEEL, Earl

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord Chamberlain of the Queen’s Household (from 16 October 2006)

*13(b) Landholdings

Land in North Yorkshire consisting of:-
Moorland
Farms let on Agricultural Tenancies
Residential property
Flat in the Lake District

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Game Conservancy Trust

PENDRY, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

Parliamentary Advisor to the Stamford Group Ltd (£1,000 per month)

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Parliamentary Consultant to Arrowcroft Group plc
The member does not himself benefit in any way financially from the consultancy and receives no fee or other income. Any payments are made into a charitable trust to support research from which the member and others may benefit. But there is no personal financial benefit to the member

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President of the Football Foundation Ltd
President of Oyston Steel Estates Ltd (unpaid)
Sports Advisor to Tameside District Council Sports Trust

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Wimbledon (2008) as a guest of Imperial Tobacco
Cruise from Los Angeles to Miami (27 March -10 April 2007) as guest of Saga Holidays in return for lectures on Parliament and on sport; all expenses met by Saga but the Member paid one half of drinks bill

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Angel Trust (unpaid)
Trustee, Develop Youth Through Sports Trust (unpaid)

PERRY OF SOUTHWARK, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

President, Council for Independent Further Education (Honorarium + subsistence at Annual Conference)
President, Westminster & City Branch of Chartered Management Institute (unpaid)
Visitor to Collingham’s Sixth Form College (small honorarium)
Chair of City & Guilds Quality and Standards Committee (paid)
Consultant to Children’s Department, Essex County Council

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Taiwan (4-10 January 2009) as guest of the Taiwanese government, with a group of parliamentarians from both Houses as members of the All-Party British-Taiwanese group (suggested value of this hosting £3,000) (29 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of Cambridge University/Addenbrookes Clinical Research Governance Committee

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member, Editorial Advisory Board of “The New Educator” – New York, USA

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Bacon’s City Technology College (unpaid, nominated as Secretary of State’s representative)
Trustee, Daphne Jackson Memorial Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Companion of the Institute of Management
Member of the Institute of Directors
Member of the International Women’s Forum
Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Bakers
Advisory Board Member of the US National Parenting Foundation
Hon Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers

PESTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme Arbitration Panel

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Speakability

PETERBOROUGH, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Director, Peterborough Diocesan Board of Finance
Governor, St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton
President and Chairman of Council, St John’s College, Durham and Director, St John’s College, Durham Ltd (company limited by guarantee)
President, Peterborough Diocesan Board of Education
Trustee, Archdeacon Johnson Foundation
Trustee, Hospital of St John and St Anne in Oakham
Trustee, Oakham School
Trustee, Uppingham School
Member, Greater Peterborough Partnership Board
Governor, Church Commissioners

PHILLIPS OF WORTH MATRAVERS, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (until 30 September 2008)
Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (from 1 October 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

Approximately 140 acres of forestry in Wales

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Advisory Council, Institute of Global Law, UCL
Board of Management, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Council of Management, British Institute of International and Corporation Law
President, British Maritime Law Association

PILKINGTON OF OXENFORD, Lord

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Director, Politea (think tank)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon member, National Association of Head Teachers

PITKEATHLEY, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Third Sector PR

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Children and Families Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS) (two days per week)
Chair, Advisory Panel for Third Sector (25 days per year)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Volunteering England (formerly National Centre for Volunteering)
President, Community Council for Berkshire
President, Eurocarers
Vice President, Carers UK
Patron, Prostate Cancer Charity

PLANT OF HIGHFIELD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor of Jurisprudence, King’s College, University of London
Vincent Wright Professor of Law and Philosophy Sciences-Po Paris

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow, St Catherine’s College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, Harris Manchester College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, Cardiff University
Fellow of King’s College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair, Crossover Trust for London
Lay Canon, Winchester Cathedral
Trustee, Southampton University Development Trust

PLATT OF WRITTLE, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Court of Middlesex University
Hon Alderman, Essex County Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Friends of Hylands House

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, WISE
Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Engineers
Patron, Essex Community Foundation

PLUMB, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Chairman, PRM Consultants

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Farming

*13(b) Landholdings

Properties in Warwickshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Coventry University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, International Policy Council
President, Campden Food Research Association
President, Friends of Fergusson
President, National Ploughing Association
President, National Sheep Association
Trustee, International Agricultural Training Programme
Hon Trustee, Royal Agricultural Society of England
President, Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institute
Deputy President, National Federation, Young Farmers Club
Patron, Farm Africa
Patron, Cotswold Conservation Board

PLUMMER OF ST MARYLEBONE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Purton Property Company Ltd
Chairman, Regional Funding Company Ltd
Chairman, Speen Property Trust Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

See entry under 12(e)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Regional Funding Company Ltd
Speen Property Trust Ltd
Purton Property Company Ltd

PONSONBY OF SHULBREDE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Emerald Energy plc
Director, Fairfield Energy
Director, Rosehill Energy Ltd plc

PORTSMOUTH, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, National Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Portsmouth High School
Patron, Southern Focus

POWELL OF BAYSWATER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser to Eastern Star Publications
Adviser to BAe Systems
Adviser, Bowmark

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, LVMH (Moet-Hennessy Louis Vuitton) UK
Chairman, Capital Generation Partners Ltd
Chairman, Magna Holdings
Chairman, Advisory Board of Bowmark Capital
Director, Caterpillar Inc
Director, Financière Agache
Director, LVMH (Moet-Hennessy Louis Vuitton)
Director, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Director, Matheson & Co
Director, Textron Corporation
Director, Yell Group Limited
Director, Schindler Holdings
Director, Northern Trust Global Services
Director, Hong Kong Land Holdings

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, GEMS Private Equity Fund Advisory Board
Chairman, Rolls-Royce International Advisory Board
Member, Barrick Gold International Advisory Board
Member, Textron International Advisory Council
Member, Advisory Board of the Aspide GMBH
Member, Advisory Board of Thales UK
Member, Advisory Board of Alfa Capital
Member, International Advisory Board of ACE
Member , Advisory Board of HCL Technologies
Member, Advisory Board of Diligence

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Trustees of the Said Business School Foundation, Oxford University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Aspen Institute (USA)
Trustee, British Museum

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, Atlantic Partnership

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Singapore Millennium Foundation
Member, Council of the International Institute for Strategic Studies

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Said Foundation

PRASHAR, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, ITV

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Judicial Appointments Commission
Non-executive Director Cabinet Office

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Mauritius (August 2006) – invitation of the Prime Minister of Mauritius to deliver a lecture on the Civil Service Reform. I paid my own fare. The Mauritius Government paid for my accommodation

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Ashridge College
Fellow, National School of Government and Sunningdale Institute
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Fellow, City and Guilds
Chairman, The Advisory Board, Centre for Parliamentary Studies

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Royal Commonwealth Society (2002 – June 2008)
Trustee, Cumberland Lodge (as from January 2007)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon President, Local Government Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Governor and member of the management committee – The Ditchley Foundation
Patron, Tara Arts
Patron, RSA India Chapter
Patron, Kalpana Chalwa Foundation
Patron, Campaign for Learning
Patron, The Runnymede Trust
Patron, Opportunity and Grace Foundation
Ambassador, National Aids Trust
President, UKCISA The Council for International Student Affairs
President, Royal Commonwealth Society
Hon. President, Community Foundation Network
Hon President, Local Government Association
Member, The Advisory Board, Youth at Risk

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Miriam Rothschild and John Foster Trust from 2007

PRIOR, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Suffolk including residential properties
Joint tenant, Queenwood Farm Partnership, Salisbury, Wiltshire

PROSSER, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of Trade Union Fund Managers (a company which overseas the investments of participating trade unions)
Director of Royal Mail

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Deputy Chair to the Commission for Equality and Human Rights

16(a) Trusteeships

Director of Lionel Cook Memorial Fund (a limited company)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Transport & General Workers Union/Unite

PRYS-DAVIES, Lord

No relevant interests

PUTTNAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Deputy Chair, Channel Four
Chair Future Lab
Chair, Profero
Director, Chalk Free
Director, Huntsworth Plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Consultant, TBWA

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Enigma Productions Ltd – 75 shares

*13(b) Landholdings

13 acre holding with house (personal use only) in West Cork, Eire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Open University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, UNICEF UK
Trustee, IPPR

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Schwab Foundation
Thompson Foundation

QUIN, Baroness

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Academic Board of Wilton Park
Member of Durham Cathedral Council (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Gateshead Arthritis Care Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Chair of Franco-British Council

QUINTON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Trustee, Wolfson Foundation

QUIRK, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant for Pearson Education
Consultant for Linguaphone Institute
Consultant and Trustee for Wolfson Foundation

RADICE, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, British Association for Central and Eastern Europe
Chairman, Franco-British Council
Chairman, Policy Network

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Franco-British Council

RAMSAY OF CARTVALE, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

LFI delegation to Israel (4-9 September 2007) – travel and accommodation was paid by Labour Friends of Israel (LFI)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Atlantic Council of the UK
Chair of Development Council of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Labour Friends of Israel
Labour Movement for Europe
Institute for Jewish Policy Research
Atlantic Council of the UK
Fabian Society

RAMSBOTHAM, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Employed as a consultant on youth justice matters by the Helen Hamlyn Trust
Employed as a consultant on mental health in prisons by the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Senior Governor, Haileybury College

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice Chairman and Trustee Natural Justice
President, UNLOCK, National Association of ex-prisoners
Vice President, National Association of Prison Visitors

RANA, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Managing Director, Andras House Ltd (property development and hospitality management)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Andras House Ltd (property development and hospitality management)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Taiwan (May 2008) with the APPG on Taiwan – hospitality was provided by Taiwanese officials
Visit to India (early 2008) – trip financed by the Indian Government

*13(b) Landholdings

Residential Apartment at Eglantine Place, Belfast, N Ireland
Residential property at 233 Upper Malone Road, Belfast, N Ireland
Residential property at 13 Malone Park, Belfast, N Ireland
1 commercial plus 2 residential apartments at 391 Lisburn Road, Belfast, N Ireland
Office Building – Downshire Place, Belfast

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My sons, Rajesh K Rana and Ramesh Rana are both shareholders in Andras House Limited

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member, Confederation of British Industry
Member, Institute of Directors
Member, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, UNICEF
Thanksgiving Square Limited (registered in N Ireland)
Rana Charitable Trust (registered in N Ireland)
Shardhanjali Charitable Trust (registered in India)
Smt Jawala Devi Charitable Trust (registered in India)
Tsunami N. Ireland Appeal (registered in N Ireland)

RAWLINGS, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

Lodge in Norfolk let at commercial rent
Farmland in Norfolk

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Governors, The English College in Prague

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chevening Estate

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, BADA (British Antique Dealers Association)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Red Cross

RAZZALL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Bachmann Group Ltd (Guernsey) and its associated companies (trust company)
Cognita Developments Ltd (computer services)
Lawalert Ltd (litigation alert service)
Edge IPK Ltd (computer services)
Erinaceous Group plc (housing and insurance services)
World Wide Pay Ltd (debit card processor)
Premjet plc (airline)
Catalyst Investment Group Limited (investment company)
Square Mile Capital Investments plc (investment company)
Director, London Mint Development Limited (property holding company) (4 November 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Partner in Argonaut Associates (a corporate finance business)
Patron in Northstar Connections (an events management business)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Law Alert Ltd (supplier of e-mail litigation alert service)
World Wide Pay Ltd (debit card processor)
PayGuard Inc (debit card processor)
London Mint Development Limited (property holding company) (4 November 2008)

*13(b) Landholdings

House in Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Liberal Democrats

REA, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Guatemala and El Salvador (June 2006) (IPU Outward Delegation)
Visit to Malawi and Ethopia for All Party Malaria Group (September 2006) (sponsored by UNICEF)
Visit (August 2007) to Abkhazia (formerly part of Georgia) to take part in documentary film arranged by Professor George Hewitt of SOAS, London University

*13(b) Landholdings

12 acres of rough forest (surrounding a holiday home not let commercially) in Cumbria

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon Secretary of National Heart Forum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee or Council Member or member of Advisory council or executive committee of:-
Caroline Walker Trust (nutrition and public health)
CCHARM (Children of Chechnya Action and Relief Mission)
National Heart Forum (for the prevention of coronary heart disease)
Mother & Child Foundation (organisation linking foetal and maternal nutrition with subsequent health)
Mary Ward Centre London (F E College run as a charity, mostly funded via HEFC)
Advisory Board Member, ASH (Action on Smoking and Health)

REAY, Lord

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Member of Lloyds
Public-i Group Ltd (formerly UK Council Ltd) (webcasting council meetings and conferences)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland and residential property in Holland
Farmland in North-West, with sporting, forestry and residential interests
Residential property with farmland in South West

REDESDALE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Brigantium Ltd (archaeological reconstruction centre)
Chair of the Nitrogen Economic Development Partnership (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Patron, City of London College
Self employed trainer for Y Care International

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland, commercial and residential property in Northumberland

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Council Member, Institute of Advanced Motorists
Member, Court of Newcastle University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Roman Research Trust
Trustee, York Archaeology Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Director, Council for the advancement of Arab British Understanding

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, Institute of Advanced Motorists

REES OF LUDLOW, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Professor and Master of Trinity College at Cambridge University

*13(b) Landholdings

Two flats and one house in Cambridge let commercially

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President of Royal Society (from December 2005)
Council Member, Cambridge University
Governor, Westminster School (ex officio)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

National Museum of Science and Industry
Institute for Public Policy Research
Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton)
Gates (Cambridge) Trust

REES-MOGG, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

American Trading Company
American Trading Company (Holdings) Ltd
Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Ltd
Fleet Street Publications Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

News International
Fleet Street Publications
Agora Inc
The Mail on Sunday
Clarium Capital Management LLC

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

American Trading Company (Holdings) Ltd (mainly publishing and media)
American Trading Company (mainly publishing and media)
Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Property (including residential property) in Somerset

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My wife and five children also have interests in Somerset property, directly or through family trusts

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees, Sir Leon Bagrit Memorial Trust
Trustee, Shandean Trust

RENDELL OF BABERGH, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Managing Director, Kingsmarkham Enterprises Limited (a company formed in 1977 to take care of copyright as an author and of written work)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Kingsmarkham Enterprises Limited

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Shelter

RENFREW OF KAIMSTHORN, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

Home, plus small plot of land in Greece (Naxos)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Cambridge Foundation, University of Cambridge
Trustee, National Art Collections Fund
Emeritus Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge
Hon Fellow, St John’s College, Cambridge
Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Antiquity Trust
Trustee, Mediterranean Archaeological Trust

RENNARD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive, Liberal Democrats

RENTON OF MOUNT HARRY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, South Downs Joint Committee

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland and Vineyard in Sussex (with wife), including residential properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Council of Sussex University
President, Federation of Sussex Amenity Societies
HM Deputy Lieutenant, East Sussex

RENWICK OF CLIFTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Fluor Ltd
Deputy Chairman, Fleming Family and Partners
Non-executive Director, Fluor Corporation
Non-executive Director, SAB Miller
Non-executive Director, Compagnie Financiere Richemont
Non-executive Director, Kazakhmys plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Vice Chairman, JPMorgan Cazenove;
Vice Chairman, Investment Banking, JPMorgan Europe

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, The Economist (unpaid)

RICHARD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Occasional income as a QC

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

World Trade Centre Holdings (150 shares)

RICHARDSON OF CALOW, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Panel member of Robert Hamill Inquiry – Northern Ireland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair, London Ecumenical Aids Trust
Chair, Board of Management for Methodist Schools
President, British and Foreign Schools Society
President, Christian Education
Vice President, Council for Christians and Jews

RICHARDSON OF DUNTISBOURNE, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy High Steward of Cambridge University
Hon Bencher, Gray’s Inn
Hon Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge
Hon Fellow, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member and Hon Chairman of the Group of Thirty (Consultative Group on International Economic and Monetary Affairs Inc, Washington DC)

RIPON AND LEEDS, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Leeds University Court
Member, General Synod of Church of England
Director, Ripon & Leeds Diocesan Board of Finance
Chairman, Yorkshire Ministry Course
Chairman, Deployment, Remuneration and Conditions of Service Committee, Archbishops’ Council, Church of England

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Leeds Church Institute
Trustee, Ripon Cathedral Development Campaign
Member, Churches Regional Commission
Member, West Yorkshire Ecumenical Council
Member, Women and the Church

RIX, Lord

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial assistance provided by Mencap

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of the University of East London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Friends of Normansfield (financial grants for projects concerned with learning disabled people)
Chairman, RTR (Rix Thompson-Rothenberg) Foundation, (financial grants for projects concerned with learning for disabled people)
President, Royal Mencap Society
President, MCIS Ltd, who make an annual contribution to the Mencap City Foundation (it was originally Mencap City Insurance Services Ltd)
President, Langdon-Down Centre
President, Roy Kinnear Memorial Foundation

ROBERTS OF CONWY, Lord

No relevant interests

ROBERTS OF LLANDUDNO, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Active Supernumerary Minister – Methodist Church

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice President, Local Government Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Fund for Human Need
Vice President, Llangollen International Eisteddfod
President, Conwy/Aberconwy Liberal Democrats
Patron, Wales Kidney Foundation
President (7/8/08) Wales International (Cymru A’r Byd)

ROBERTSON OF PORT ELLEN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Senior International Advisor, Cable and Wireless plc
Governor, (Company Director) Scottish National Memorial to David Livingstone (unpaid)
Non-executive Director, Weir Group plc (engineering)
Non-executive Director, Western Ferries (Clyde) Ltd
Deputy Chairman of TNK-BP

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Advisory Board, Englefield Capital (private equity)
Senior Counsel, Cohen Group (US consultancy) (Chairman, former US Defence Secretary William Cohen)
Advisor to BP plc
Chairman, Northrop Grumman Information Technology United Kingdom Senior Advisory Board

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Monaco Grand Prix (26-28 May 2006) – invitation from FIA Foundation in my capacity as the Chairman of the Commission on Global Road Safety, for a meeting of the Commission
Visit to Monaco Grand Prix (25-27 May 2007) as guest of Automobile Club de Monaco
Visit to Berlin for ‘Keep Roads Safe’ conference 14/15 May – expenses covered by FIA Foundation
Attendance at the Monaco Grand Prix (25/26 May 2007) in my capacity as Chairman, Commission on Global Road Safety as a guest of the Automobile Club de Monaco
Visit to Monaco (23-26 May 2008) – guest of Automobile Club of Monaco at Monaco Grand Prix
Attended Round Table Conference Moscow (23-25 June 2008) – fare partly reimbursed by Military Chiefs Club of the Russian Federation
(8-9 May 2008) – hospitality from the Automobile Club de Monaco on the occasion of the Monaco Grand Prix in my capacity as Chairman of the Commission on Global Road Safety
(13-17 September 2008) – travel and accommodation from the FIA Foundation at the meeting of the Commission on Global road Safety, St. Petersburg, Russia

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of Court, Trinity House
Member, Development Board, University of Dundee
Joint President, Royal Institute of International Affairs
Co-Chairman (with Lord Ashdown) IPPR’s Commission on National Security

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Special Adviser, International Crisis Group
Chairman, Appeal Committee for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre, Lanarkshire
Chairman, Commission on Global Road Safety
Deputy Chairman, Council of Management, The Ditchley Foundation
Member, Presidents International Advisory Board, Atlantic Council of the USA
Co-Chairman, UK-Russia Round Table
Advisory Council, Centre for European Reform
Jt President, Atlantic Council of the UK
Patron, Scottish National Photography Centre
Executive Committee, The Pilgrims

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, 21st Century Trust
Trustee, British Forces Foundation

ROCHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Church Commissioners pay my private secretary who assists with some House of Lords work
Church Commissioners paying chaplain who is also a research assistant
The Diocese pays the Director of Communication who provides assistance with the media

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chair of Council, Trinity College, Bristol
Hon Fellow of St Edmund Hall, Oxford
Hon Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
Member HFEA and Chair of Ethics Committee (until November 2003)
Visiting Professor, University of Greenwich

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair of Trustees, Bishop’s Fund for Mission (Education Enterprise)
Director, Christian Weekly Newspapers Ltd
Director, Diocesan Board of Finance, Rochester
Director, Central Board of Finance of the Church of England (2000-2005)
Director, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies
Trustee, Trinity College, Bristol
Co-chair, Institute of Development Research, Oxford
Member Advisory Council, Concordis International
Member Advisory Council, Centre for Social Cohesion, CIVITAS

RODGER OF EARLSFERRY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Scottish Universities’ Law Institute
Visitor, St Hugh’s College, Oxford
President, Institute of European and Comparative Law, Oxford
Chair, External Advisory Panel, Law Faculty, Oxford
High Steward, University of Oxford (from 1 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Expert Witness Institute

RODGERS OF QUARRY BANK, Lord

No relevant interests

ROGAN, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Non-executive Chairman, Stakeholder Communications Ltd (£15,000 per annum) (no personal clients; no involvement with the company on a day-to-day basis; the Stakeholder client list has been deposited with the Registrar)

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

International Advisor, Parker Green International (21 October 2008)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Associated Processors Ltd
Stakeholder Communications Ltd
Stakeholder Events Ltd
Independent News & Media (Northern Ireland) Ltd
International Advisory Board Independent New & Media Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Dennis Rogan Associates

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Associated Processors Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Col. 40th (Ulster) Signal Regiment (21 October 2008)

ROGERS OF RIVERSIDE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Greater London Authority (GLA)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Richard Rogers Architects Limited
Richard Rogers GMBH
Richard Rogers SL
Richard Rogers & Partners Ltd
Richard Rogers Partnership, Japan
Richard Rogers + Founders Limited
River Cads Ltd
Thames Wharf Studios Ltd
Thames Wharf Management Services Ltd
RRG Design Inc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Richard Rogers Architects Limited

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Hon Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, USA

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Trustee, Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of Trustees, National Tenants Resource Centre
Trustee of Medecins du Monde

16(b) Voluntary organisations

All-party Cycling Group
Architecture and Planning Associate Parliamentary Group
British Council Association Parliamentary Group
Charter 88
Fabian Society
SERA – Socialist Environment & Resources Association
Transport 2000
All-party Parliamentary Group on Conservation
All-party Parliamentary Group on Adoption

ROOKER, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to CLA Game Fair, Romsey, Hampshire (29 July 2006) in capacity as DEFRA Minister accompanied by a friend and two officials where the final 15 miles of journey was by helicopter provided by the CLA
Visit by myself and partner to British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone (15 October 2006) as guests of Energy Efficient Motorsport

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Lay Governor, Aston University (from 1 January 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon. President-elect of Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (from June 2009) (25 November 2008)

ROPER, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Member of “The Liberal Democrat Friends of India” delegation as guests of the Indian Government visiting Delhi, Kashmir and Bangalore to examine political, cultural and technical aspects of the Indian sub-continent (September/October 2005). Travel and subsistence paid by Government of India
Visit to Chicago (4-6 June 2006) as guest of the University of Birmingham and the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Professor, University of Birmingham
Member, Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Council on the National Archives

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Manchester Statistical Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Council of Christian Approaches to Defence and Disarmament
International Institute for Strategic Studies
Royal United Services Institute
Royal Institute of International Affairs

ROSSER, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-executive member of the National Offender Management Service Management Board
Chair, National Offender Management Service Audit Committee (the Audit Committee post is not separately remunerated but is associated with my membership of the National Offender Management Service Management Board)

*12(i) Visits

All-Party Rail Group visit to Holland (22-23 March 2007) to see NedRail and Dutch Railway Investment Plans and Infrastructure – expenses for travel and accommodation paid for by Dutch railway hosts
Visit to Germany/Poland to visit freight facilities (3-8 September 2007). Hotel and transport funded by the Rail Freight Group
Visit to Taiwan (29 September-5 October 2007) as guest of Taiwanese government, with group of parliamentarians from All-party British-Taiwanese group and All-party Railway group
Visit to Romania to look at freight facilities (31 August-5 September 2008) – hotel and transport funded by Rail Freight Group (4 November 2008)
Visit to Oslo and Stavanger, Norway (24-27 September 2008) as guest of the Norwegian government with members of the All-party Parliamentary British-Norwegian Group (4 November 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Justice of the Peace

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Electoral Reform Society
Vice President Ryman Isthmian Football League (4 November 2008)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, White Rose Children’s Aid Charity

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (Trade Union)
Member, GMB (Trade Union)
Member, Magistrates’ Association
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts
Chartered Member, Institute of Logistics and Transport

ROSSLYN, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Commander, Metropolitan Police

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Governors, Ludgrove School

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Rosslyn Chapel Trust
Trustee, Dunimarle Museum

ROTHERWICK, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Cayzer Continuation Ltd PCC Ltd (private cell company)
Non-executive Chairman, Air Touring Limited
Director, Cornbury Estates Company Limited

13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Oxfordshire, including residential and commercial properties

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, General Aviation Awareness Council (GAAC)
Executive Member, Popular Flying Association
Trustee (Director) of the Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Trust

ROWE-BEDDOE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

GFTA Analytics Ltd

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Conest Corporation BV
Newport Networks Group plc
Toye Group plc
EHC International Limited
EHC Thailand Limited
EHC Marrakech Limited
EHC Malaysia Limited
EHC Vietnam Limited
EHC Investments Group Limited
EHC Seychelles Ltd
Emarel Services (Overseas) SA
Emarel Services Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Deputy Chair, UK Statistics Authority
Board of EHC Capital Partners UK Ltd
Board of EHC Capital Partners Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Chairman, Representative Body of the Church in Wales
Pro-Chancellor of the University of Glamorgan
Member of the Barnett Formula Committee (20 January 2009)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Wales Millenium Centre
Wales Millenium Centre (Theatre) Ltd
Wales Millenium Centre (Trading) Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Wales Branch of The Britain-Australia Society

16(a) Trusteeships

St. Mary’s Priory Development Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Prince’s Trust, Cymru
President, Cardiff Business Club
Governing Body, The Church in Wales

ROWLANDS, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to the National Training Federation, Wales
Consultant to Tydfil Training, Merthyr Tydfil

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, More Than Just a Game

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

I have occasionally been a guest of Dyfed Steels at the Llanelli/Scarlets’ matches

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee and Member of the History of Parliament Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Winston Churchill Memorial Fund for travelling scholarships

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Pfizer Foundation on health inequalities

ROYALL OF BLAISDON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Seville (17-19 November 2006) to participate in the annual British-Spanish Tertulias accompanied by my husband. Costs paid by the British-Spanish Tertulias.
Visit to Israel and Palestine with Labour Friends of Israel (LFI) (2-6 September 2007). Travel and hospitality paid for by LFI. Accommodation paid for by LFI at a rate discounted through the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Some hospitality provided by the Palestinian Legislative Council/Palestinian Authority. Travel within Israel/Palestine provided by LFI
Visit to Edinburgh (15-18 November 2007) to participate in the annual British-Spanish Tertulias accompanied by my husband. Costs paid by the British-Spanish Tertulias

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from a flat

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Family Centre, HMP Gloucester

16(a) Trusteeships

Patron, Royal Forest of Dean Herbert Howells Society

RYDER OF WENSUM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Great Bradley Farms Company
Great Bradley Estate Limited
Non-executive Director of the Inkerman Group

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Great Bradley Farms Company
Great Bradley Estates Limited

*13(b) Landholdings

Land in East Anglia including residential and commercial properties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of the Institute of Cancer Research, London University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Estorick Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Bouverie Foundation

SAATCHI, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Finsbury Foods plc (food manufacturing)
Partner, M&C Saatchi plc (marketing services)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

M&C Saatchi plc
Finsbury Foods plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Residential property in London, Sussex and South of France

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, London School of Economics

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Museum of Garden History

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Centre for Policy Studies

ST ALBANS, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Assistant, Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy
Director, Herts and Beds Shared Churches Ltd
Director, Hockerill Education Trust
Director, St Albans Cathedral and Abbey campaign
Director, St Albans Diocesan Board of Finance
President, Haileybury School
President, St Albans Bach Choir
Vice President, Clergy Orphan Corporation
Vice President, Lampeter Alumini
Vice President, National Benevolent Fund for the Aged

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Action Aid
Member, Old Monmothian Club
Member, Royal Society of Arts
Patron, Abbeyfield Society
Patron, Isabel Hospice, Welwyn Garden City, St Francis Hospice, Berkhamsted, The Peace Hospice, Watford, The Pasque Hospice, Luton and numerous other Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire voluntary organisations

ST JOHN OF BLETSO, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Merrill Lynch
Consultant to Prime Business Solutions
Member, International Council of Advisors, Terrestar Global Ltd

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of Estates and General plc (provides corporate services and tax planning)
Non-executive Director, Spiritel plc
Non-executive Director, Regal plc
Non-executive Director, Equest Balkan Properties
Non-executive Director, Close Enterprise VCT

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

I have a research assistant and part-time secretary

*13(b) Landholdings

Home in Cape Town, South Africa
Home in Llanwhen, nr.Chepstow, Wales

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Life Neurological Trust (unpaid)
Trustee, Ma’Afrika Tikkum (unpaid)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman of the Trustees, Citizens on Line (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Life Neurological Trust
Trustee, Tusk (a charity for endangered animals)
Trustee, Friends of Television Trust for the Environment
Patron, Tree Education Trust
Patron, Co-Existence Trust

ST JOHN OF FAWSLEY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-Executive Director, British Sky Broadcasting

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Insurance Policies, Friends Provident

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Life Fellow, Emmanuel College, Cambridge

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Philharmonic Orchestra

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Grand Bailiff and Head of the Order of England and Wales
Military and Hospitaller Order of the Knights of St Lazarus of Jerusalem

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee and Chairman, Royal Fine Arts Commission Trust

SAINSBURY OF PRESTON CANDOVER, Lord

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Owner of 0.55% of the equity of J Sainsbury plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Hampshire including residential properties (the farm is primarily arable)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Spouse’s shareholding of 0.4% in the equity of J Sainsbury plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Trustee, Said Business School Foundation, Oxford University
Director of The Conservative Party Foundation Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Visitor of Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Chairman of Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman of the Linbury Trust (a grant-giving charitable trust founded by him in 1970’s which owns 1.86% of the equity of J. Sainsbury plc)
Trustee of Butrint Foundation

SAINSBURY OF TURVILLE, Lord

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Innotech Advisers Limited (investment company), which holds ordinary shares of J Sainsbury plc disclosed as part of the holding under paragraph 13(a)
Castlehove Limited (property investment)
Sarabaite Limited (investment advisory services)
Exspira Limited (art exhibitions)
Dulcian (administrative services)
Mediant Cambridge Limited (administrative services)
Ownership with wife of 100% of the issued share capital of SCI Vigne Investissement Ponthieu (a French company whose sole asset is a vineyard in France)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

99,295,437 ordinary shares of J Sainsbury plc (5.7%) (20 January 2009)
Investments in unit trusts, investment trusts and open ended investment companies, managed by regulated investment managers operating under discretionary mandates
Listed investments managed under fully discretionary mandates by independent investment managers

*13(b) Landholdings

Two Houses in Westminster which are currently used as offices and a residential property adjacent which is currently occupied two days per week by an employee
Additional property in Westminster (jointly owned with wife) used as offices
Woodlands on the Isle of Skye
Woodlands in Shropshire
A farm (jointly owned with my wife) consisting of pasture and farm buildings, at our country home, let, subject to an agricultural tenancy, to a tenant

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife has 2,731,128 ordinary shares of J Sainsbury plc (0.2%)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Settlor of the Gatsby Charitable Foundation (which has a substantial number of share in J Sainsbury plc)
Chairman of the trustees of the Institute For Government (a registered company and charity)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, Turville Park cricket club

SALISBURY, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President, Marlborough College
Vice President, Royal School of Church Music
Trustee, Sarum College

SALTOUN OF ABERNETHY, Lady

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Black Eagle Properties Ltd
Pictland Properties Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Pictland Properties Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Family property in Aberdeenshire passed over to daughter and son-in-law

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of a small museum “Maggie’s Hoosie” in a North East Scotland fishing village

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of the Council of the RNMDSF
Trustee of the Lifeboat Service Memorial Book Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of three small charitable trusts
Trustee of Mar Estate Trust which owns and manages Mar Estate (which is a Highland Sporting Estate in Aberdeenshire), for the ultimate benefit of my grandchildren

16(b) Voluntary organisations

RNLI
RNMDSF
Episcopal Church in Scotland
British Deer Society
Scottish Landowners Federation
Heraldry Society of Scotland
Hereditary Peers’ Association

SANDBERG, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Green Island Cement (Holdings) Ltd (Hong Kong) (industrial)
Non-executive Director, New World Development Company Ltd (Hong Kong) (real estate)
Non-executive Director, Winsor Industrial Corporation Ltd (Hong Kong) (industrial)
Non-executive Director, Winsor Properties Holdings Ltd (Hong Kong) (real estate)
Non-executive Director, AS Watson & Co Ltd (Hong Kong)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Telemedic Developments Ltd (British Virgin Islands) (medical)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, River Wey Trust (UK)
Patron, Dame Vera Lynn Trust
Patron, Police Foundation

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Graham Layton Memorial Trust (UK)

SANDERSON OF BOWDEN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Develica (private property company)
Director, Hawick Cashmere Co
Director, Develica Deutschland Limited plc (listed on Aim) (Retiring 18 November 2008)
Director, Accsys Technologies Plc (a company listed on the Aim Market)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Spouse owns 500 acres of woodland in Scotland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Past Master, Court of Framework Knitters Livery Company (2005-06)
Chairman, The Abbotsford Trust (2008-)

SANDWICH, Earl of

*13(b) Landholdings

Life tenant of agricultural estate in West Dorset including residential property, visitor attractions and woodland

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Adviser, Christian Aid
Adviser, Anti-Slavery International
President, Hinchingbrooke School Association
President, Samuel Pepys Club
Trustee, Dorset Expeditionary Society
Patron, Haslar Visitors
Member, Independent Asylum Commission 2006-2008

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, World Development Movement
Supporter, Save the Children
Supporter, CARE International

SAVILLE OF NEWDIGATE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Committee member, Barristers Benevolent Association
President, Society for Computers and the Law
Trustee, British and Irish Legal Information Institute

SAWYER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Britannia Building Society

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member, Thompsons Solicitors Supervisory Board
Chair, Norlife
Chair, Union Income Benefit
Board Member, Key Homes

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Teesside
Visiting Professor, Cranfield School Management

SCOTLAND OF ASTHAL, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Bencher of Middle Temple
Member of the Antigua Bar and Commonwealth of Dominica
Hon Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge
Hon Fellow of Cardiff University
Hon Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron of the Margaret Beaufort Institute
Patron of GAP

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of Thomas More Society
Member of the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship

SCOTT OF FOSCOTE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Non-permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Official correspondent for the Parish of Foscote for the purposes of communications from the Aylesbury Vale District Council and the Buckingham County Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Trustees of the Michaelhouse UK Trust (whose principal object is to provide scholarships to enable African pupils to be educated at Michaelhouse College, Natal, South Africa)
Chairman of the Advisory Council of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies
Patron, Harrison Homes (a charity whose principal object is to provide housing and care for elderly ladies in need)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Countryside Alliance
Member of the Grafton Hunt
Member of the Farmers Bloodhounds

SCOTT OF NEEDHAM MARKET, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Centre for Transport Studies (judging and presentation of transport awards)
Advisory Board, Centre for Parliamentary Studies

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Member, Lloyd’s Register (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Education Cultural Exchanges – lecturing to visiting students (29 January 2009)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Trinidad (May 2006) under the auspices of C.P.A
Visit to Guatemala and El Salvador (June 2006) under the auspices of I.P.U
Visit to Taiwan (July 28-3 August 2007) meeting with the Ministers, members of the People’s Democratic Party (fellow members of Liberal International), the British Trade and Cultural Office, parliamentarians and others. Travel and hotel costs paid by the Taipei office in the UK. Courtesy gifts received and given

SECCOMBE, Baroness

*13(b) Landholdings

Occasional rental income from holiday home in Cornwall

15(a) Membership of public bodies

President of Governors of Saint Martins School, Solihull (Independent School)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, St Enedoc Golf Club (Cornwall)

SELBORNE, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Blackmoor Estate Ltd (farming)
Kew Enterprises Ltd (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Mercers Company (a London City Livery Company)
Chair, Living with Environmental Change Partners Board

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Blackmoor Estate Ltd (farming)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Hampshire including residential property

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Sandwell Academy

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Trustees, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Trustee, Foundation and Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Trustee, Parliamentary Science and Technology Information Foundation

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Rank Prize Funds
President, Hampshire Association of Local Councils
President, Selborne Society
Chairman, Foundation for Science and Technology
Vice President, Royal Bath and West of England Society
Vice President, Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers
Vice Patron, Royal Agricultural Society of England
Patron, Vitacress Conservation Trust
Patron, Intech Science Centre
Patron, Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Blackmoor Village Hall
Trustee, St Matthew’s School, Blackmoor
Trustee, Comparative Clinical Science Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Merchant Venturers of York
Travellers Club, London
National Farmers Union
Royal Society
Institute of Biology
Linnean Society of London
Institute of Agricultural Management
Royal Agricultural Society of England
Royal Geographical Society

SELKIRK OF DOUGLAS, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of the Directors and Director of Douglas-Hamilton (D Share) Ltd (agriculture and property) (a small family company) (unpaid)
Director, Douglas-Hamilton (D Share) Limited (unpaid)
Director, Douglas-Hamilton Investments Limited (unpaid) – Company No.SC343289
Director, Douglas-Hamilton Ventures (unpaid) (for son Jamie) – Company No.SC342999
Director, Douglas-Hamilton Management (unpaid) (for son Charles)- Company No.SC343023
Director, Ryvra Enterprises (unpaid) (for son Harry) – Company No.SC342962

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of the Scottish Parliament (until 7 April 2007)
Queen’s Counsel and Advocate at the Scots Bar (non-practising and unpaid)
Royalties by virtue of being the author of various books

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Winnipeg and to Churchill, Manitoba (4-10 September 2008) for dedication ceremonies commemorating the Scottish clearances, sponsored by the Settlers’ Monument Dedication Committee

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Presentation on 15 February 2007 of three silver elephants on a plinth in respect of 35 years of association with West Edinburgh Conservative Association. Approximate value £2,000

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Calman Commission on Scottish Devolution

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director of Lennoxlove House Limited (£5000 per year from 1 April 2008)
Trustee, Lennoxlove Maintenance Fund Settlement Trust (unpaid)
Trustee, Lennoxlove Charitable Trust
(Lennoxlove House Limited owns Lennoxlove House near Haddington and has, as its primary objective, the upkeep and preservation of the House (with the aid of the Lennoxlove Trust, which is a charitable trust). The Lennoxlove Maintenance Fund Settlement Trust owns, as its only asset, the entire issued share capital of Lennoxlove House Limited) (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, International Rescue Corps (a charity)
President of the Scottish Veterans’ Garden City Association Inc (a charity to provide and maintain cottages for disabled ex-service and Merchant Navy personnel and former police and fire officers)
President, Trefoil House (The Holiday Centre for People with Disabilities)
Vice-Chairman, Edinburgh Support Group for Hope and Homes for Children Charity
Hon Air Commodore to No 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, RAAF (above all unpaid)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Selkirk Charitable Trust
Executor and Trustee of late father’s Will Trust (in which the member has no beneficial interest)
Trustee to various relatives
Trustee, Hamilton 1947 Trust which is the owner of several companies involved in land owning, mineral leasing and farming (unpaid)

SELSDON, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Berlin (23-24 November 2006) with All-Party British-German Parliamentary Group at an invitation of German Bundestag, travel etc paid
Visit to and participation in European Space Conference in Rome (7-10 October 2007) as Secretary of Parliamentary Space Committee, travel etc paid by hosts

*13(b) Landholdings

Exploitant Viti-Vinicole (French Peasant Farmer) – vineyard and small agricultural holding in Provence

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Treasurer and Hon Secretary, House of Lords Yacht Club
Secretary, Parliamentary Space Committee

SEWEL, Lord

No relevant interests

SHARMAN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

BG International plc (gas)
Reed Elsevier Group (media)
Aviva plc (insurance)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Advisory Board Member, Britain in Europe

SHARP OF GUILDFORD, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Occasional consultant to Science Policy Research Unit and other academic groups on issues relating to science and technology policy in the European Union. A former employee of Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex and now a visiting fellow at that institution.

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Associate Fellow, Newnham College, Cambridge
Member local council, Guildford High School
Hon Fellow and Hon LLD, University of Sussex
Governor, Weyfield Community Primary School Guildford
Hon Fellow, City & Guilds Institute
Member of Corporation, Guildford College
Hon Fellow, Birkbeck College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Advisory Committee Member, Save British Science
Trustee, Nancy Seear Trust
Chairman, Age Concern, Surrey

SHARPLES, Baroness

No relevant interests

SHAW OF NORTHSTEAD, Lord

No relevant interests

SHEIKH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman of Camberford Law plc, Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley BR1 3RA – Camberford Law plc is an insurance broker and independent financial adviser, providing specialist insurance schemes to 15 different industries. It also arranges cover for all types of risk

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

I have an 40% shareholding in Camberford Law Property and Investment Ltd

*12(i) Visits

Visit to India in February 2007 as part of a parliamentary delegation: travel and accommodation and expenses paid by Norwich Union
Visit to Bahrain in June 2007 as guest of Government of Bahrain, who paid all expenses etc; travel and accommodation
Visit to Delhi and Mumbai (23-30 October 2007) – some Parliamentarians from the United Kingdom, Europe and America were invited by the Indian Government and meetings were arranged with the Prime Minister, Vice President and certain ministers of India. Expenses were paid by the Indian Government
Visit to Doha (13-15 April 2008) to attend the 8th Doha Forum on Democracy, Development and Free trade. All the airlines fares, hotel accommodation, transport and all other expenses were paid by the State of Qatar
Visit to Doha, Qatar (21-23 November 2008) as a guest of the Qatari government to attend the opening of the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha. The fares and accommodation together with hospitality were paid by the Qatari government (20 January 2009)

*13(b) Landholdings

I am a shareholder in Camberford Law Property and Investment Ltd which owns Lygon House, Bromley and rents that building on a commercial basis

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman and Trustee of Sheikh Abdullah Foundation, Lygon House, Bromley BR1 3RA

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute
Hon Fellow of the British Institute of Cleaning Science

SHELDON, Lord

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Tonrose Ltd (textile distribution)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Sheldon Group Pension Fund

SHEPHARD OF NORTHWOLD, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President, Video Standards Council (paid)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board of Oxford University Continuing Education Department
Chairman of Council, Royal Veterinary College

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Workers’ Educational Association

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman of the East of England Biofuels Forum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Franco-British Society
Commissioner of the Fawcett Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, West Norfolk branch of the NSPCC
President, Norfolk Association of Local Councils (28 October 2008)

SHEPPARD OF DIDGEMERE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Didgemere Consultants Ltd

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, Unipart Group (automotive, rail, telecommunication, logistics etc)
Non-executive Director, One-Click HR plc (HR software etc)
Non-executive Director, Global Tote Ltd (betting services in Spain etc)
Non-executive Chairman, Namibian Resources Ltd (Diamond Mining)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Didgemere Consultants Ltd (business Advisory service)
Didgemere Farms Ltd (farming)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

McBride plc (household and personal care products)
One-ClickHR plc (human resources management systems)
DeltaDot Limited (an unquoted biotechnology and bioinformatics)
Namibian Resources plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Essex

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Middlesex University
Emeritus Fellow, Governor, London School of Economics

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, London First
Vice President, Beer and Pub Association (formerly Brewers Society)
Member of the Various Professional Bodies (accountants etc)
Hon Doctorate/Hon Fellow of various universities
Member, Protection of Roydon and Area (PORA) Committee

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President (formerly Appeal Chairman for ‘Sheppard House’) of Blue Cross (animal/peoples charity for pets of those unable – for reasons of health, etc – to pay vet fees)
Vice President United Response (charity for people with learning difficulties)
Vice President, (past Chairman) Business in the Community
Member, UK Cancer Research Charity
Past Chairman, The Prince’s Trust (and Prince’s Youth Business Trust)
Patron of Trees for Cities

SHREWSBURY, Earl of

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Dungarvan Estates Limited (property company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Agricultural land

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Shooting Sports Council (unpaid)
Hon President, Gun Trade Association (unpaid)

SHUTT OF GREETLAND, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, X-PERT Health CIC (unpaid) (CIC is a Community Interest Company)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Regular remunerated income as Liberal Democrat Chief Whip

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Associate Governor, Brooksbank School, Elland
Chairman, Whitefield Regeneration Partnership (Nelson, Lancs)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Cober Hill Ltd
Director, Irish Peace Institute Ltd (Republic of Ireland)
Director, Pennine Development Ltd
Director, Pennine Heritage Ltd
Director, Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust Ltd and subsidiary companies
Trustee, JRSST Charitable Trust
Trustee, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Trustee, Historic Chapels Trust
Chairman and Director, Northern Broadsides Theatre Company

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Vice President, Community Foundation for Calderdale

SIMON, Viscount

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Parliamentary Membership (graded as an Affiliate) of the Royal Aeronautical Society – valid until the end of the current Parliamentary Term

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Younger Brother of Trinity House

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Driving Instructors Association
President, GEM Motoring Assist
Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety
A representative (unpaid) of The Cambridge Trust of America

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Guild of Experienced Motorists, Road Safety Charity
Trustee, Safety House
Trustee, Driving Instructors Association

SIMON OF HIGHBURY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Unilever Plc
Suez (France)
Hertie Foundation (Germany)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

KPMG
Dana Gas
Morgan Stanley
Fitch Rating Agency
Ilapak Inc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Cambridge University Council (20 May 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Cicely Saunders Foundation (20 May 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Centre for European Reform (20 May 2008)
Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) (20 May 2008)
Institute for Strategic Dialogue

SKELMERSDALE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Broadleigh Nurseries Ltd (mail order flower bulb company)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Broadleigh Nurseries Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Somerset Opera
President, Somerset Wildlife Trust

SKIDELSKY, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Deutsche Bank

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Janus Capital Group
Chairman, Greater Europe Fund
Director, Transnational Insights

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Transnational Insights Ltd (100% of stock)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, Governing Body, Brighton College
Member, Advisory Council, Wilton Park

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Centre for Global Studies
Director, Moscow School of Political Studies

SLIM, Viscount

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

From time to time an independent consultant to the security industry

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Burma Star Association
President, Special Air Service Association
Trustee, Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League
Trustee of various regimental associations
Vice President, Britain-Australia Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Associated Parliamentary Group for Transport Telematics
Member, Parliamentary and Scientific Committees

SLYNN OF HADLEY, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow and Member of Council of Northampton University College
Bencher, Gray’s Inn

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Executive Council, International Law Association
Life President, Lord Slynn of Hadley European Law Association
Member, Court of the Broderers’ Company
President, Solicitor Advocates in Higher Courts

SMITH OF CLIFTON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Democratic Audit Advisory Committee
Vice Patron, Artificial Heart Fund
Vice Patron, Appeal Fund, London School of Osteopathy
Director, Government & Opposition Ltd
Director/Trustee, Democratic Audit Ltd

SMITH OF FINSBURY, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of the Clore Leadership Programme (until 31 July 2008)
Non-executive Director of Zamyn
Non-executive Member of Board of PPL (Phonographic Performance Ltd)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of the Environment Agency (from 14 July 2008)
Chairman of the Advertising Standards Authority (from 1 July 2007)
Chairman of the London Cultural Consortium (until 4 June 2008)
Visiting Professor at the University of the Arts, London
Remuneration from occasional lectures, speeches, articles and broadcasts, and from recently published book “Suicide of the West”

*12(i) Visits

Visit to New York and Massachusetts (8-13 February 2006) at the invitation of and paid for by the Berkshires Conference
Visit to Harvard University (27 April-1 May 2006) at the invitation of and paid for by, the Department of Divinity, Harvard University
Visit to New York (November 2006) at the invitation of and paid for by the American Association of Museum Curators
Visit to New York (20-23 April 2007) as Chairman of the Donmar Board, for the opening of Frost/Nixon on Broadway – travel and accommodation paid for by the Donmar Warehouse Theatre
Visit to Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo (19-26 May 2007) on behalf of the British Council – travel and accommodation paid for by them
Visit to Dresden (27-29 June 2008) at the invitation of and paid for by the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

10 shares in Soundslikeaphone.com (10%)
1000 shares in Cabinet UK Ltd (2.65%)

*13(b) Landholdings

House in London owned jointly with partner and has been rented out from October 2006

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge
Hon Fellow of RIBA
Hon. Fellow, King’s College, London
Hon Life Member of BAFTA
Senior Fellow of Royal College of Art
Visiting Fellow, Ashridge Business School
Companion of Chartered Management Institute

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of the Wordsworth Trust
Chairman of the Donmar Warehouse Theatre
Member of Board of Royal National Theatre
Member of Advisory Council of London Symphony Orchestra

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Vice President of Christian Socialist Movement

SMITH OF GILMOREHILL, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

City Inn Ltd (hotel company)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Edinburgh Festival Fringe
President, Scottish Opera
Trustee, Mariinsky Theatre Trust (formerly Friends of the KIROV)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Advisory Board Member, Russo-British Chamber of Commerce
Governor, English Speaking Union

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, John Smith Memorial Trust
Trustee, 21st Century Trust

SMITH OF KELVIN, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Scottish and Southern Energy Plc (Utility)
Chairman, The Weir Group Plc (Engineering Company)
Chairman, Glasgow 2014 Ltd (Commonwealth Games Organising Committee)
Director, 3i Plc (Private Equity)
Director, Aegon UK Plc (Insurance)
Director, Standard Bank Group Ltd (Banking)
Director, Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Inchmarnock Ltd (Holding company for property interests in South Africa)
Inchmarnock Marine Ltd (Dormant – boat hire)
Inchmarnock Estate Pty Ltd (Property & Management Co. in South Africa)
Chanteclair Estate Pty Ltd (Guest House + Vineyard ownership and management)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

I have share portfolios held on a fully discretionary basis by two managers (Spiers & Jeffrey and Barclays Wealth Management). I have no control over the purchase or sale of these

*13(b) Landholdings

I own the island of Inchmarnock in Scotland on which I breed Highland cattle.
I own a vineyard and guest house in South Africa. The ownership is by (ultimately) Inchmarnock Ltd (see section 12(g))

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of the West of Scotland

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, National Museums of Scotland, Charitable Trust
Trustee/Chairman, Riverside Museum Appeal

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

I am Chairman of a self appointed Group (The Smith Group) which advises the Scottish Government on educational issues, especially children 16/19 not in education, employment or training. We are business people, Head Teachers, Directors of Education etc. I am not paid for this.
I am a Member of the Council of Economic Advisers to the First Minister of Scotland. This is non-political in that several members have quite different political views but are on the Committee for their expertise. I am not paid for this.

SMITH OF LEIGH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Wigan Metropolitan Development Company Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Wigan Council – Leader’s special responsibility allowance
Board Member of the North West Development Agency (from 14 December 2009) (20 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Wigan Council
Chair, Association of Greater Manchester Authorities
Vice Chair, Special Interest Group for Municipal Authorities (SIGOMA)
Policy Committees, North West Regional Assembly
Vice President, Local Government Association
Governor, Leigh Central County Primary School
Ex officio Director, Manchester Airport Group plc (unpaid)
Chairman of Executive Board, North West Regional Assembly
Joint Chair, Greater Manchester Forum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, British Epilepsy Association

SNAPE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

First Group plc (bus and train operators in the UK and USA)
Consultant, Sterling Lloyd plc
Consultant, Halton Gill Associates
Non-executive Chairman, Company Concierge Club

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

National Express Group plc

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Hon Vice-President, Railway Development Society

SNOWDON, EARL OF

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Trustee, Snowdon Award Scheme

SOLEY, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

I am employed part time by Future Heathrow. The purpose of the group is to support and encourage sustainable capacity growth at Heathrow Airport.

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

I have the services one day per week of a secretary provided by International Air Transport Association (IATA) purely for my work with Future Heathrow. There are no expectations of parliamentary work.

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Jamaica (3-6 July 2006) – flown by Virgin Atlantic as their guest on their inaugural flight

*13(b) Landholdings

Shared interest with my partner in a house jointly owned in Italy which is available for holiday lets for part of the year (29 January 2009)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Shared interest with my partner in a house jointly owned in Italy which is available for holiday lets for part of the year (29 January 2009)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal (charity) (unpaid)
Chairman of the Arab Jewish Forum (charity) (unpaid)

SOULSBY OF SWAFFHAM PRIOR, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Companion Animal Welfare Council

*12(i) Visits

Occasional travel remuneration (re-imbursement) and hotel accommodation as follows:
Airline travel and hotel accommodation to attend Academic Board of St Georges University Medical and Veterinary Schools, Grenada, West Indies
Car travel and accommodation to receive Honorary Degree and present lecture, University of Birmingham

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Pet Advisory Committee
President, Royal Institute of Public Health
President, governing body of Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF)

SOUTHWARK, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governing body of King’s College London
Governing body of King’s College School, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Co-chair, Interfaith Network

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of “Hearsay” (hard of hearing charity)

SOUTHWELL, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, Court of the University of Nottingham
Member, Court of the University of Leicester
Member, Court of the University of Sheffield

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Council of Planning Aid
President, Family Care, Nottingham
President, Southwell Civic Society, Nottingham
Trustee, Burden Trust
Trustee, Fairfield Trust (21 October 2008)
Vice President, United Nations Association, Nottingham
Vice President, Church Pastoral Aid Society
Vice President, Queen Victoria Clergy Fund
Hon Vice President, Boys Brigade, Nottingham
Patron, Ear Foundation, Nottingham
Patron, Nottingham Abbeyfield
Chairman, Churches Legislation Advisory Service
Council Member, St. Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy

STAIR, Earl of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Regional Board Member of Scottish Environment Protection Agency

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

50% shareholder in Balker Farm (Stair estates) Stranraer
100% ownership of Stranraer & Wigtownshire Free Press

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental income from farms in Wigtownshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant Wigtownshire

16(a) Trusteeships

Various trusts for Stair Estates

STEEL OF AIKWOOD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Blue Planet European Financial Sector Restructuring Fund (Edinburgh)
Non-executive Director, General Mediterranean Holding SA (Luxembourg)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Member of Roche’s International Public Policy Forum. No payment, but twice yearly day meetings in European cities – travel and accommodation provided by the company

*12(i) Visits

Visit to India (November 2006) to meet the Dalai Lama and address the Tibetan government in exile. Fare and accommodation provided by them
Visit to Lebanon and Syria as patron of the Anglo-Arab Association (January 2007). Travel and accommodation provided by the Association
Visit to Vancouver, Canada to give a lecture at Simon Fraser University (April 2007). Fare provided by University
Visit to Sudan (December 2007) as a patron of the Anglo-Arab Organisation. Travel and accommodation provided by the Association
April 2008 – 3 day conference in Doha, travel and accommodation paid by the Qatari foreign ministry
Visit to Trinidad (October 2008) to address conference of Family Planning Association – travel and accommodation paid by the Association (11 November 2008)
One week visit to China (October 2008) as member of the British-China parliamentary group delegation – travel to China paid by the group. Internal travel and accommodation paid by the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Congress (11 November 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of the Committee of Honour for the National Galleries of Scotland
Member of the Committee of patrons, Anglo Arab Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Scottish Prostate Cancer Support
President, Classic Rally Association
President, Jaguar Drivers’ Club
President, Scottish Castles Association
Vice President, Wild Trout Trust
Vice President, Association for International Cancer Research

16(a) Trusteeships

Dr Singhvi Foundation
St Giles Cathedral Renewal Trust
Member of Advisory Board, Prince’s Youth Business Trust

STEINBERG, Lord

12(e) Remunerated directorships bodies

Executive Chairman of E.G.M.I (25 November 2008)
Non-executive Director of Medgenics (25 November 2008)
Director and Chairman of Stanleybet UK Investments (25 November 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Doctorate from the University of Salford

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Manchester Jewish Federation
President of Lancashire County Cricket Club
Joint Hon Life President, UJIA
Trustee, Crimestoppers
Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee against anti-Semitism

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Belfast Hebrew Congregation
Trustee, Wilbraham Road (Manchester) Trust Limited

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Royal Philatelic Society (25 November 2008)
Life member of Marylebone Cricket Club (25 November 2008)

STERLING OF PLAISTOW, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Sterling Guarantee Trust Limited (personal company) (investment only)
Amountword II Limited (personal company) (investment only)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Special Advisor to Chief Executive Officer, Carnival Cruise Line
Officer, Carnival Cruise Line
Consultant to All Leisure Group

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory
Chairman of Motability

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman, Motability 10th Anniversary Trust
Lady Margaret Tebbit Trust

STERN, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Senior Research Fellow, International Centre for Prison Studies (ICPS), Kings College, London

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

April 2008-April 2009 – Member of the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, Open Society Institute, Washington DC

*13(b) Landholdings

A part share in one residential property in London, and residences in London, Edinburgh and Argyll

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member of the Advisory Council of ILANUD, the United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders
Member of the National Advisory Body on Offender Management of the Scottish Executive

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Penal Reform International
Member of the Comité de Soutien, Français Incarcérés au Loin, France
Member of the John Smith Memorial Trust Advisory Board
President, Association of Members of Independent Monitoring Boards (AMIMB)
Trustee, Milton S Eisenhower Foundation, Washington DC, USA
Vice President, RPS Rainer
Convenor, Scottish Consortium on Crime and Criminal Justice

STERN OF BRENTFORD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Special Adviser to the Chairman and Economic Development and Climate Change, HSBC
Member of the International Advisory Board, IDEAglobal.com (not a Director) (20 January 2009)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

IG Patel Professor of Economics & Government
Director, India Observatory
Chairman, Asia Research Centre (20 January 2009)
Chairman, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment (20 January 2009)
London School of Economics & Political Science
Member of the Advisory Board of Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P. 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019, USAA

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member, appointed by the Secretary of State for International Development, of the Board of Management, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Member, Advisory Council, James Martin 21st Century School, Oxford
Member, High Level Group on Energy and Climate Change Advising President Barroso of the European Commission
Member, PSOE Council of International Advisers to Prime Minister Zapatero of Spain
Trustee, Nelson Mandela Legacy Trust
Member, Scientific Committee, Jean-Jacques Laffont Foundation (Foundation JJL), Toulouse School of Economics
Member, British Museum Board of Trustees (20 January 2009)

STEVENS OF KIRKWHELPINGTON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Stevens Consultancy

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, Mercer St Consulting Ltd
Non-executive Director, Travelex
Non-executive Director, LGC Analytical Science
Non-executive Chairman, Quest (security advice)
Non-executive Director of BAA
Non-executive Director of Proctor Group

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Stevens Consultancy
Speeches on Leadership, Management and Policing
Contracted to JLA
Continuing Leadership of
(i) Inquiries into deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed
(ii) Stevens 3 investigation into alleged collusion of security forces
and terrorist groups
Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister on International Security
Chairman of The Border Security Advisory Committee (set up by David Cameron for the Conservative Party) (unpaid)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Mercer Street Consulting Ltd (NE Chairman)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Northumbria University
Chairman of the Board Skills for Security

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President and Director, Durham County Cricket
Hon. President of Police Credit Union
Hon. President, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)
Patron, Northumbria Youth Action
Patron, The Sikh Forum International
Patron, First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
Patron, Safer Partnership
Chairman, Newcastle Cathedral Appeal
Member of Nominations Committee, St. John Ambulance
Trustee, Alnwick Gardens Trust
Hon. Colonel Northumbria Army Cadets
Hon. Air Commodore Tactical Provost Squad RAAF

STEVENS OF LUDGATE, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Patron, Royal College of Surgeons

STEVENSON OF CODDENHAM, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

Shareholder (4%), Lexington Communications (no work done on behalf of the company)

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

The Monitor Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, HBOS plc
Director, Economist Newspapers Ltd
Director, The Western Union Company
Director, Loudwater Investment Partners Ltd (unpaid)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, House of Lords Appointments Commission (until 1 October 2008)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Contribution from HBOS plc

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Bamboo Investments Ltd Matrix-E-ventures VCT plc
Baronsmead VCT
Business Boffins Ltd
Close AIM VCT
Eclipse AIM VCT 2
Electra Kingsway VCT 2
First Close Investment Fund VCT
Hairnet UK Ltd
Hatpin plc
HBOS plc
JBOL Ltd
Lexington Communications Ltd
Manpower Inc
Matrix Income & Growth VCT
Matrix Unicorn AIM VCT
Northern Venture Trust VCT
Proven growth and Income VCT
Puma VCT 2

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Arts, London

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Tate Gallery Foundation
Trustee, Royal Botanic Garden Foundation, Edinburgh
Director, Culture and Sport Glasgow (not for profit organisation) (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Aldeburgh Music
Director, Glyndebourne Productions Ltd
Trustee, Horses Mouth (not for profit organisation) (unpaid)

STEWARTBY, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Australia and New Zealand (16 December 2006 – 7 January 2007) with the Lords and Commons Cricket Team for inter-parliamentary matches. I paid all my travel and accommodation costs. Sponsorship was received from Diagio, Microsoft, Colliers, Vauxhall, Visa and the Australian Sports Club which was given to the following charities: the Trew Foundation (New Zealand), the Lord’s Taverners (Australia) and Chance to Shine (UK), with the exception of a small proportion retained for incidental expenses

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Hon. Keeper of Medieval Coins, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (from June 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President of the Stewart Society

16(a) Trusteeships

President, Sir Halley Stewart Trust

STEYN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman of Takeover Panel appeal board (from 1 October 2006)
Occasional work as a Lord of Appeal in House of Lords and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

STODDART OF SWINDON, Lord

No relevant interests

STONE OF BLACKHEATH, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, Advisory Board of ResponsAbility (ResponsAbility is an initiative of The Movement of Reform Judaism and has applied for charity status) (unpaid)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

N Brown Group plc
Deputy Chair, Sindicatum Carbon Capital Holdings Limited
Director, Done Locked and Stoned Ltd (unpaid)
Director, Jerusalem Foundation Trustees Limited in Israel (unpaid)

*13(b) Landholdings

Flat, London SE5

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Vice President of the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain
Member of the Israel British Business Council
Governor, Weizmann Institute
Governor, British University of Egypt

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair, DIPEX (Direct Personal Experience of Illness)
Director of DIPEX Health Limited
Patron, Orphaids Ecuador
Patron of Gauchers Association Charity
Member, RSA “Risk” Commission

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of Israel Diaspora Trust
Trustee of Prism

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron of Jewish Chernobyl Children’s Charity
Patron, New Israel Fund
Member, Anglo Ecuadorian Society
Member, Labour Friends of Israel
Patron, Forgiveness Project

STRABOLGI, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Franco-British Society (unpaid)

STRATHCLYDE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Auchendrane Estates Ltd (trading as Barskimming Estates) (property ownership and management of farmland, forestry, commercial and residential property in Scotland)
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust plc
Trafalgar Capital Management Ltd
Galena Asset Management Ltd
Marketform Group Ltd
Hampden Agencies Limited (as from 1 April 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Leader of the Opposition, House of Lords

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of various family trusts

SUTHERLAND OF HOUNDWOOD, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Chairman, YTL Education (UK) Limited
Non-executive Chairman, Associated Board of the Royal School of Music
Adviser, English Community Care Association
Chairman, Scottish Care
Member, Board of Editorial Advisors, Encyclopaedia Britannica

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, University of London Institute of Philosophy

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Alzheimers Scotland/Action on Dementia
Chairman, Paxton House Trustees

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow of British Academy
Fellow of Royal Society of Edinburgh

SWINFEN, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Swinfen Charitable Trust (provides telemedical links between hospitals in the developing world and medical consultants world-wide)
Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Drapers
President, South East Region British Sports Association for the Disabled
Chairman, United Kingdom/Japan Research and Development Group for Ageing Disability and Technology (RADGADAT)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Disablement Income Group
Patron, World Orthopaedic Concern
Patron, MOET Iraq (Management of Obstetric Emergency & Trauma)
Hon Research Fellow, Centre for Online Health, University of Queensland

SYMONS OF VERNHAM DEAN, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

International Consultant for the lawyers DLA Piper
International Consultant for CCC Group
International Adviser to Rio Tinto

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, British Airways
Non-executive Director, Caparo

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Advisory Board of Merchant Bridge

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Receive secretarial support from DLA Piper by virtue of my role as an International Consultant registered under 12(d)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Cairo (19-21 September 2006) as guest of the National Democratic Party of Egypt for their annual conference
Visit to Qatar (2006 and 2007) as Chair of the All-party Group on Qatar
Visit to Qatar 2007 as part of RUSI opening of Gulf Office (fare and accommodation paid)
Visit to Bahrain 2007 for IISS Manama Dialogue (fare and accommodation paid)
Visit to Kuwait (25-28 January 2008) as part of an All-Party fact-finding delegation. I was a guest of the Kuwait National Assembly – the cost of my flights and accommodation was borne by the Kuwait National Assembly
Visit to Tunisia (6-8 April 2008) as a guest of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – the cost of my flights and accommodation was borne by the Government of the Republic of Tunisia

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

December 2007 – Gifts from following countries or Embassies: Egypt, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Bahrain
2008 – Gifts from the following Countries of Embassies: Tunisia and Azerbaijan
December 2008 – Gifts from the following countries or Embassies: Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan (29 January 2009)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon. Fellow Girton College, Cambridge

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice Chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh Commonwealth Study Conference
Chairman, Saudi British Joint Business Council
Chairman of the British Egyptian Society
Chairman of the All-party Parliamentary Group on Qatar
Chairman, European Atlantic Group
Hon President, Red Cross International Fund Raising Committee
Vice President, Middle East Association
Member, Council of Ditchley Foundation
Member of Board, British Expertise
Member of Board, Arab British Chambers of Commerce
Member of Board, Egyptian British Business Council
Governor, Wellington College
Governor, English Speaking Union

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of The Red Cross
Member of The National Trust
Member of CPRE
Patron of the Red Cross Gala
Patron of Westminster Befriend a Family
Patron, Watermill Theatre, Newbury
Supporter of Help the Aged and Save the Children

TANLAW, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Fandstan Electric Group Ltd (private electrical/railway engineering group)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Fandstan Electric Group Ltd (private electrical/railway engineering group)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Fandstan Electric Group Ltd (private electrical/railway engineering group)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Dumfriesshire (Eskdalemuir)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

University of Buckingham

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fitzroy Support (provision of services for people with learning disabilities)
Sarawak Association (for ex Rajah’s and UK Government
civil servants and others from Sarawak)
Sarawak Foundation (educational charity for ‘Natives of
Sarawak’)

16(a) Trusteeships

Director, Houghton Club (private fishing club)
Trustee of the University of Buckingham

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Astronomical Society
Fellow, British Horological Institute
Mental Health Foundation

TAVERNE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Monitoring Board, Axa Sun Life plc

*12(i) Visits

Wife and self invited to a seminar (5-6 May 2007) at the Banbury Center, Cold Spring Harbor, New York on “Retreat from Reason”. Travelling expenses of £930 were paid for by our hosts

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees, Alcohol and Drug Addiction Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Ltd
Chairman of Trustees, Sense About Science

TAYLOR OF BLACKBURN, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Adviser, NPL Estates
Adviser, Alcatel-Lucent
Adviser, Canatxx Energy Ventures Limited
Adviser, BT plc
Adviser, Gersphere UK Limited
Adviser, T-Systems Limited
President, Wrens Hotel Group

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, A Division Holdings Limited
Non-executive Director, Eisis Limited
Non-executive Director, Building Themes International Limited
Non-executive Director, Pine Mountain Resorts Limited

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire
Life Member, Court of Lancaster University
Freeman of the City of London
Freeman of the Borough of Blackburn

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice-President, Association of Lancastrians in London

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Friends of Real Lancashire
Patron, Holidays for Carers
Patron, Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Patron, Outreach Schools

TAYLOR OF BOLTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary

*12(i) Visits

Expenses paid visit to Dubai (June 2006) for the Bollywood Awards as part of the successful Yorkshire Forward bid to host the event in 2007
Visit to Washington (22-25 October 2006) to give a lecture to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and attend a reception hosted by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance – visit paid for by the ODNI and the INSA
BWFC (Bolton Wanderers Football Club); Board Room hospitality received when attending football matches
UK Parliamentary Football Club visit to Under 21s international in Holland -June 2007, travel and accommodation paid

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member of The Football Foundation and The Football Stadium Improvement Trust (unpaid) (November 2008)

TAYLOR OF HOLBEACH, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

OA Taylor & Sons Bulbs Ltd, Holbeach, Lincs
Also in partnership with
OA Taylor & Sons Ltd as OA Taylor & Sons
JD, RD and BD Taylor trading as Whaplode Marsh Farms

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

OA Taylor & Sons Bulbs Ltd
OA Taylor & Sons Ltd
Partnerships
OA Taylor & Sons
JD, RD and BD Taylor trading as Whaplode Marsh Farms

*13(b) Landholdings

Through family companies, partnerships, singularly and jointly, agricultural lands, farmhouse, warehouses, buildings and greenhouses situated in the parishes of Holbeach, Whaplode and Fleet, Lincolnshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron and Trustee of Holbeach and East Elloe Hospital Trust (a charity) (unpaid)
Chairman and Trustee of Springfields Horticultural Society (a charity) and Springfields Enterprises Ltd (unpaid)
Trustee, Mary Bass Trust
Trustee, Bedford School Foundation (unpaid)
Chairman and Trustee of the Conservative & Unionist Party’s Agents Superannuation Fund (unpaid)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, The Worshipful Company of Farmers
Member of the Farmers Club
Member, Lincoln Diocesan Board of Finance Assets and Glebe Committee
Member, Holbeach All Saints Parochial Church Council

TAYLOR OF WARWICK, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to TMW Associates (USA)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of the Warwick Leadership Foundation (expenses only)
Non-executive Director, Currencies Direct Ltd
Non-executive Director, Asia Now Resources (Canada)
Vice President of the British Board of Film Classification

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Majority shareholding in Warwick Communications Ltd (a public relations company)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of Bournemouth University
Member of the Bar Council Equal Opportunities Committee
Vice President, National Small Business Bureau

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Committee Member, Variety Club Children’s Charity
Committee Member, SCAR (Sickle Cell Anaemia Relief)
President, ACWI (African Caribbean Westminster Initiative)
President, WISCA (West Indian Senior Citizen’s Association)

TEBBIT, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Advisor to the Chairman of JCB Excavators Ltd

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

See 13(a)
Chairman of Spider International (suppliers of building related safety equipment)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Chairman and 10% shareholder of EEM Limited, distributor of emergency escape equipment

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Appeal and Nuffield Orthotics Appeal
Council Member, The Air League

TEMPLE-MORRIS, Lord

*12(a) Parliamentary consultancy agreements

Consultant solicitor with Moon Beever Solicitors of Bloomsbury Square (Agreement – standard legal consultancy agreement, no mention of parliamentary advice or services as such although if asked for such advice it would be available – £20,000 per annum) (27 December2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Iran Society

TEMPLEMAN, Lord

No relevant interests

TENBY, Viscount

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Arbitrator for the British Acupuncture Association Board (this only meets to “try” allegations of professional misconduct and has yet to do so. Expenses would be paid but no fees)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Trustees of Byways (a residential home for mentally or physically handicapped ladies in Odiham, Hampshire)
President of Hants and Rushmoor branch of Riding for the Disabled

16(b) Voluntary organisations

President, Alton branch of MIND

TEVERSON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

KCS Trade Print Limited
Wessex Asset Management
Thornparks Limited

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Taiwan (July 28-3 August 2007) meeting with the Ministers, members of the People’s Democratic Party (fellow members of Liberal International), the British Trade and Cultural Office, parliamentarians and others. Travel and hotel costs paid by the Taipei office in the UK. Courtesy gifts received and given

*13(b) Landholdings

Rental property in Devon

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Director, Sport Southwest Ltd (unpaid)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Devon and Cornwall Business Council (unpaid)
Director, UK-Japan 21st Century Group Ltd

THATCHER, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Trustees of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation

THOMAS OF GRESFORD, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Practising Queen’s Counsel at Goldsmith Chambers, Goldsmith Buildings, Temple

*12(i) Visits

Visit to USA, New Zealand and Fiji (2006) with Commons and Lords Rugby Football Team. (Members paid for the cost of flights and hotels; financial support for kit was received from Nike)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Married to Baroness Walmsley – see her entry in Register

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Bencher, Gray’s Inn
President, Rex Rowing Club
President, Friends of Gresford Church
President, London Welsh Chorale
President, Friends of Maelor Hospital, Wrexham
President, Gresford Memorial Trust
Vice President, Llangollen International Eisteddfod
Chairman, Development Committee of South Bank Sinfonia

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Amnesty International
British Legion

THOMAS OF MACCLESFIELD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, SRI Advisory Committee, Morley Fund Management

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Gwili Railway Preservation Society
Patron, Macclesfield Museums Trust
Director, Robert Owen Memorial Museum (unpaid)
HRH Alumni Board member (unpaid)

THOMAS OF SWYNNERTON, Lord

No relevant interests

THOMAS OF WALLISWOOD, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Estonian Parliament organised by the Liberal Democrate (9-13 September 2007)
Visit to Paris to attend conference at French “Bicameral Systems and representation of regions and local authorities” (21-22 February 2008)

THOMAS OF WINCHESTER, Baroness

No relevant interests

THORNTON, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor of LSE

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Fellow of RSA
Friend of Tate
Friend of Royal Academy

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member, ’15’ Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Ramblers Association
Emily’s List UK
British Humanists Society
English Heritage
Labour Women’s Network
Member, GMB
National Trust
Cooperative Party
Labour Party
Volunteer for Crisis

TOMBS, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Court and Past Prime Warden of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and Trustee (11 November 2008)

TOMLINSON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Advisory Panel, London School of Commerce (a private sector college issuing degrees from three UK and one Australian University

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Bangladesh and Kuala Lumpur (May/June 2006) – fare and accommodation for him and his wife paid for by London School of Commerce
Visit to Sri Lanka (25 November-1 December 2008) accompanied by wife on behalf of London School of Commerce. Fare and accommodation paid for by London School of Commerce (27 December 2008)

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman of Association of Independent Higher Education Providers
President of the British Fluoridation Society

TONGE, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Bangladesh (27-30 March 2006) – fare paid for by Dhaka Initiative. Accommodation with friends
Visit to Gaza (7-12 November 2008) paid for by the European Campaign to end the siege of Gaza and the Free Gaza Campaign (25 November 2008)
Attended a conference in Damascus, Syria (20-24 November 2008) concerning the ‘Right of Return’ for Palestinians. Accommodation and economy fare paid for by the European Campaign to end the Siege of Gaza (16 December 2008)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee of the Richmond Park Trust (Charity No 1027134)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Patron, Palestinian Solidarity Campaign
Patron, Cruse bereavement care
Patron, Off the Record (Youth Advisory Charity)
Vice President, Family Planning Association
President, HACAN (Heathrow Association against aircraft noise)
Board Member, Welfare Association

TOPE, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Councillor, Sutton London Borough Council (allowances are paid)
Governor, Robin Hood Junior School (Sutton)
Member, (EU) Committee of The Regions (allowances are paid)

TORDOFF, Lord

No relevant Interests

TREFGARNE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Director of Trans Med International Energy Corporation which offers advice and support to companies trading in the Middle East and North Africa

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Libyan British Business Council (unpaid)
Non-executive Director and Chairman of Scotty Group plc

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

President, METCOM (Mechanical and Metal Traders Confederation)
Hon Patron Catering Equipment Suppliers Association

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, British Association of Aviation Consultants (unpaid)
Director, Arab British Chamber of Commerce (unpaid)

TRENCHARD, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman and Director, Dejima Fund Limited
Director, Berkeley Technology Limited
Director, London Pacific Secretaries Limited
Director, Standon Lordship Limited
Director, Stratton Street PCC Limited
Director, Bache Global Series

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Managing Director, Mizuho International plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Trustee to the Fonthill Estate, Wiltshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Deputy Lieutenant for Hertfordshire

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Endsleigh Fishing Club Limited
Chairman of the Council and of the Board of Trustees, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Air Commodore, 600 (City of London) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

TRIESMAN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

50% shareholding interest in the following limited companies:
New Property Press Ltd
Maypar & Co (Promotions) Ltd
Mortgage Credits Ltd
Dessin Inc Ltd
The remaining 50% is owned by Ms SC Triesman (sister). I am not a director of these firms and have passed all control to my sister in 2003.

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Ms SC Triesman (sister) has a 50% shareholding interest in the following limited companies:
New Property Press Ltd
Maypar & Co (Promotions) Ltd
Mortgage Credits Ltd
Dessin Inc Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Fellow and Member, Governing Council of University of Northampton

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the Association of University Teachers, Cambridge University
Member of AMICUS
Patron, Tottenham Hotspur Foundation
Hon Treasurer, Public Policy Network

TRIMBLE, Lord

No relevant interests

TRUMPINGTON, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Crimestoppers

TRUSCOTT, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, Gavin Anderson and Company (strategic communications and public affairs company)
Associate Partner and Adviser, Opus Executive Partners (Head Hunters)
Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, Whitehall, London
Consultant, Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd (exploration and production company)
Consultant, Eastern Petroleum Corporation Ltd (exploration and production company)
Consultant, African Minerals Ltd (exploration and production company)
Consultant, Landis+Gyr (metering solutions company)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd
Non-executive Director, African Minerals Ltd
Non-executive Director, Eastern Petroleum Corporation Ltd
Director, Energy Enterprises Ltd (consultancy jointly owned with my wife)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

50:50 ownership of Energy Enterprises Ltd (a consultancy) with my wife. I have 50 shares in this company

*12(i) Visits

Official Commonwealth observer of the parliamentary elections in the Solomon Islands (1-11 April 2006) – expenses paid by the Commonwealth Secretariat

*13(a) Significant Shareholdings

Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd (exploration and production company)

*13(b) Landholdings

Residential property in St. James’s London

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My wife is 50% owner of our jointly owned consultancy, Energy Enterprises Ltd

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

My wife and I were guests of ConocoPhillips at a social event in Gloucestershire (6-7 December 2007). Accommodation and other expenses were paid for by ConocoPhillips

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Parliamentary Ambassador for the Russian Federation and former
Soviet Union, British Council

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Fellow, Industry and Parliament Trust
Patron, Russian Community Association (21 October 2008)

TUGENDHAT, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Bath
Freeman of the City of London
Chairman of The Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Member of the Council of Imperial College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Advisory Council of the European Policy Forum
Chairman, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge-Development Campaign
Governor of Ditchley Foundation
Vice President, British Lung Foundation

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Hon Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

TUNNICLIFFE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary (28 October 2008)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to RAF Markham (1-2 October 2008) – accommodation etc provided by hosts, including a back seat passenger ride on a training trip in a Tornado GR4 (28 October 2008)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Son is a consultant in the railway industry (28 October 2008)

TURNBERG, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Board Member, Renovo Group

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Scientific Advisor, Association of Medical Research Charities

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, DIPEX
Ovarian Cancer Research Trust

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Foulkes Foundation
Trustee, Wolfson Foundation
Trustee, Hadassah UK

TURNBULL, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Senior Advisor, Booz & Company (management consultants)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director of Frontier Economics
Non-executive Director, British Land Company plc
Non-executive Director, Prudential plc
Chairman, BH Global Ltd (9 December 2008)

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Booz & Company provides some secretarial assistance in connection with my parliamentary duties

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Vice-Chairman Dulwich College Governors

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Governing Council, National Institute for Economics and Social Research
Chairman, Zambia Orphans of Aids, UK

TURNER OF CAMDEN, Baroness

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, UNITE (trade union – formerly MSF)

TURNER OF ECCHINSWELL, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Financial Services Authority
Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (receives fees) (18 November 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of Cambridge Foundation
Trustee of Save the Children

TYLER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

General political advice to Harcourt Public Affairs Ltd (15 Theed Street, London SE1 8ST)
– no contact with or advice to clients
– unremunerated, but provision of press-cuttings service

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

*12(i) Visits

Attendance at the World Conservation Congress in Barcelona 8/9 October 2008) paid for by International Climate Challenge (ICC)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, British Resorts Association
Vice President, Youth Hostels Association
Trustee, Charles Causley Trust
Trustee, Lord Caradon Memorial Lecture Trust
Chair, Faiths and Civil Society Unit, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Member, Steering Group Member, Cornwall Sustainable Energy Partnership (unpaid)
Board Member, Devon & Cornwall Business Council (unpaid)
Vice Chair of the Hansard Society

UDDIN, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Occasional advice and consultancy to charities

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Manzil Associates

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

Secretarial assistance is supported by Manzil Associates

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Saudi Arabia (March 2006) – at the invitation of the Prince Salman Centre for Disability Research. Accommodation and fares sponsored by the Centre, as part of a delegation with Autism Speak
Visit to Saudi Arabia (May 2006) – at the invitation of the Saudi Embassy in London. Sponsored by the Saudi Cable Company, The Savola Group, Al Rawabi Holdings and Dallah Al Baraka
Visit to Beirut/Lebanon (September 2006) – humanitarian visit, British Airways sponsored
Visit to Jordan (September 2006) – at the invitation of Hashemite University who paid for flight and internal accommodation
Visit to New York (17-19 December 2006) to attend WISE Conference. WISE sponsored the travel and accommodation
Visit to Jordan (September 2007) to attend events organised and supported by Ministry of Aqwaf and Religious Affairs and British Council

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Home Office Stop and Search working group 2005
National Women’s Commission’s Muslim Women’s Network (2004 onwards)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

On the Board of Autism Speak UK

ULLSWATER, Viscount

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director, Lowther Park Farms Ltd, Cumbria
Director, Lowther Settled Estates Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Cottage in Norfolk rented out as holiday home

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Elected Councillor of Docking Ward of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of landowning trusts in Cumbria and Devon

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Life Member, Supporters of Nuclear Energy (SONE)

VADERA, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

*13(b) Landholdings

House in Italy rented out occasionally in summer

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of UNITE

VALENTINE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director of London First

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive Officer of London First

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chief Executive Officer of London First (see also 12(e) and 12(f))

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member of New West End Company (not for profit organisation)
Board Member of Skills Festival Company (not for profit organisation)

VALLANCE OF TUMMEL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Member, Supervisory Board Siemens AG (engineering and services)
Director (Chairman) Amsphere Ltd (computing services)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

International Advisory Board, Allianz AG (insurance)
European Advisory Council, Rothschild et cie (investment banking)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

425,000 shares in De Facto 479 Ltd (family owned investment company)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Wife is a member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Governor, Glasgow Academy
Hon Fellow, Brasenose College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, London Business School
Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President, Princess Royal Trust for Carers

VERMA, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, DCS Foods (29 January 2009)

*12(i) Visits

Visit to India (24-29 October 2007) funded by Government of India. Travel and subsistence paid
Visit to Thailand (2-6 February 2008) funded by British Council. Travel and subsistence paid
Visit to Paris (22-23 February 2008) funded by Association of Anglo Iranian Women in UK. Travel and subsistence paid
Visit to West Bengal (5-12 April 2008) funded by Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. Travel and subsistence paid
Visit to Kenya (23-26 May 2008) Awepa Conference on Good Governance – travel and subsistence paid by (Awepa) (29 January 2009)
Visit to Paris, France (28/29 June 2008) to participate in the International Iran Freedom Rally. Accommodation and travel costs were met by contributions from Iranian residents in the UK through the NCRI
Visit to Geneva (1 September 2008) – travel paid by National Council Resistance of Iran (29 January 2009)
Visit to Norway (24-26 September 2008) – All-party Group – travel and subsistence paid (29 January 2009)
Visit to Dhakia Bangladesh (26-30 December 2008) – Observer of the election – travel and subsistence paid by Foreign Office (29 January 2009)
Visit to New York (29 January-1 February 2009) – Global Peace Federation – travel and subsistence paid (29 January 2009)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

50% shareholder in the family business Domiciliary Care Services, Leicester and Wolverhampton. My husband Ashok Verma holds the other 50% (29 January 2009)

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

My husband Ashok Verma holds 50% shareholding in the family business Domiciliary Care Services, Leicester and Wolverhampton (29 January 2009)

*13(b) Landholdings

Two rental properties in Leicester (29 January 2009)
Purchasing a flat in London (29 January 2009)
Main residency in Leicester (29 January 2009)

VINCENT OF COLESHILL, Lord

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Cranfield University
Governor, Aldenham School
Hon DSc, Cranfield University
Fellow, Imperial College, London
Fellow, Royal Aeronautical Society
Fellow, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Fellow, City and Guilds of London Institute

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Vice-Patron, Royal Artillery Museum (from July 2007)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Freeman, Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights
Freeman, Guild of Freeman of The City of London
Patron of the National Service Veterans Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Inspire Foundation
President, Cranfield Trust

VINSON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Self-employed part-time farmer and owner of a farm

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice President of the Institute of Economic Affairs
Trustee, CIVITAS

WADDINGTON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Overseas Service Pensioners Association

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee of the Estate of JC Waddington which owns farmland in Read, Lancashire
Trustee, Natural Justice

WADE OF CHORLTON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Davies Wallis Foyster
King Sturge
President, Combined Heat and Power Association
Access Partnership

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

William Wild & Son Ltd
Choulton Services Ltd
NIMTECH
Murray Vernon (Holdings) Ltd
RisingStars Growth Fund Ltd
Country Pubs Ltd
Midas Capital Partners Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Choulton Services Ltd (consultancy and investment)
William Wild & Son Ltd (farming and property)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Midas Capital Partners Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland and commercial property in Cheshire

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Trustees of Cheshire Historic Churches Preservation Trust
Member of Foundation for Science and Technology
Vice President, North of England Zoological Society

16(a) Trusteeships

Chairman of Trustees of SAGAR Pension Fund
Chairman of Trustees of Vymura Pension Fund
Chairman of Trustees of Children’s Safety Education Foundation
Trustee of John Beckett Foundation
Trustee of Toney Vernon Foundation

WAKEHAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Advisory Board, LEK Consultancy
Chairman, Genner Holdings plc

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Genner Holdings Ltd
Genner Farms Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Governors, Cothill Educational Trust
Chairman, Alexandra Rose Day
Chancellor, Brunel University
Deputy Lieutenant for Hampshire
Governor, Sutton’s Hospital, Charterhouse
Justice of the Peace, Inner London Commission (Non-active)
President, Brendoncare Foundation

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Convenor of the Lords and Commons Cigar and Pipe Smokers’ Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, HMS Warrior 1860
Trustee, Carlton Club

WALDEGRAVE OF NORTH HILL, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

The Biotech Growth Trust plc
Henry Sotheran & Co Ltd (antiquarian bookshop)
Waldegrave Farms Ltd (tenant farming company)
Independent Member of the Nomination Committee of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA
Member of the Advisory Board of Teijin Ltd (textiles and pharmaceutical)
Fleming Family and Partners (from March 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

UBS Investment Bank

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Waldegrave Farms Ltd (Tenant Farming Co)

*13(b) Landholdings

Trustee, Wellington Resettled Estate

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford
Fellow, Eton College (from October 2007)

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman, National Museum of Science and Industry

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Rhodes Trust
Trustee, Mandela-Rhodes Foundation (South Africa)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Merchant Taylors Livery Co (London)

WALKER OF ALDRINGHAM

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Governor, Royal Hospital Chelsea
Member of Advisory Council for Serco Defence, Science and Technology

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Board of Commissioners, Royal Hospital Chelsea – ex officio
Chairman, Council of Royal Cambridge Home for Widows
Chairman, Chelsea Pensioners (RH) Ltd
Chairman, Royal Hospital Chelsea Appeal Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, Army Benevolent Fund
Trustee, Corps of Commissionaires
Trustee, Tutu Foundation UK
Trustee, Tancred’s Charity
Council Member, Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Patron, British South Africa Police Association
Vice President, Forces Pensions Society
Hon. Vice President, Combined Services Winter Sports Association

WALKER OF GESTINGTHORPE, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Lord of Appeal in Ordinary

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Gestingthorpe Farming Co Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn

WALKER OF WORCESTER, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

CSC Computer Sciences Ltd

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Caparo Group Limited
Vice Chairman, Dresdner Kleinwort
LIFFE Administration and Management
ITM Power plc
Core VCTI plc
Core VCTII plc
Core VCTIII plc
Member of the International Advisory Board of GFTA

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Bloomsbury Publishing
Tate & Lyle
ITM Power plc

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland and woodland at Abbots Morton Manor, Worcestershire

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Shareholding in Bloomsbury Publishing
ITM Power plc
Farmland and woodland at Abbots Morton Manor, Worcestershire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

St Richards Hospice, Worcester

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

National Literacy Trust

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Co-Chairman, International Tax and Investment Centre
Vice President, German-British Chamber of Industry & Commerce
President, Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Electrical Appliances (AMDEA)
Vice President, British Argentine Chamber of Commerce

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Governor, Three Counties Agricultural Society
Patron, Worcestershire County Cricket Club

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee to substantial children’s trust connected with a friend
Trustee to Carlton Club (London) Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member of the UK-China Forum
Member of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers
Member of the Saudi-British Society
Member of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce

WALL OF NEW BARNET, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Trade Union Consultant, Department for Education and Skills, SSDA, SEMTA

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, Barnet & Chase Farm NHS Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Amicus Trade Union
Member, Fabian Society

WALLACE OF SALTAIRE, Lord

*12(i) Visits

Two visits to Washington DC (November 2005, May 2006) as guest of the Trans-Atlantic Policy Network
Visit to Geneva (June 2006) as guest of Harvard University Center for International Affairs
Visit to Russia (February 2007) organised and funded by RIA/Novosti
Visit to Geneva (June 2007) as guest of Harvard University Center for International Affairs
Visit to Kuwait (25-28 January 2008) as part of an All-Party fact-finding delegation. I was a guest of the Kuwait National Assembly. The cost of my flights and accommodation was borne by the Kuwait National Assembly
Visit to Cyprus (April 2008) at the invitation of (with fare and accommodation paid for by) the European Institute, Nicosia and the Anglo-Hellenic Law Association

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Emeritus Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics (in receipt of limited fees for occasional teaching)
Chair of Advisory Board, LSE IDEAS, London School of Economics

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Co-Chair, British-Dutch bilateral ‘Appeldoorn’ Conference
Trustee, National Children’s Choir
Chair, Voces Cantabiles (professional choir, not-for-profit musical and educational work)
Chair, Advisory Board CentreForum, and member of Management Board (independent think thank)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member and Shareholder, Wensleydale Railway Association
Member, Saltaire Canalside Allotment Society
Vice President, Upper Wharfedale Agricultural Society

WALLACE OF TANKERNESS, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Ad hoc consultancy arrangement with Aquatera Ltd, a provider of environmental and sustainability services, with particular interests in the renewable energy sector
Consultancy on Scottish Parliament and Scottish parliamentary matters, with Simpson & Marwick WS, Edinburgh. This consultancy involves advising on issues and procedures in relation to the Scottish Parliament
Consultancy with Quatro Public Relations in relation to specific renewable energy projects
Work in relation to renewable energy policy and developments is also undertaken for one particular company that is a client of Quatro and working with this client involves the member in arranging meetings with public bodies in Scotland, writing briefings and reports and possibly attending meetings between members of the Scottish Executive and the client company
Consultancy with Hays Specialist Recruitment

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Director and Chairman, Northwind Associates Ltd (wind energy)
Director and Chairman, Jim Wallace Consultancy Ltd (general public affairs, speech making, articles)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Employed by Jim Wallace Consultancy Ltd

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

80% shareholding in Jim Wallace Consultancy Ltd – general consultancy on public policy issues, speech making, articles

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

20% interest in Northwind Associates Ltd (wind energy)

*13(b) Landholdings

One-half share in two dwelling houses in Annan, Dumfresshire (no rental income)
One-half share in 2 acre field at Annan, Dumfresshire

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Non-practicing member of Faculty of Advocates
Hon. Professor in Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Heriot Watt University
Member of the Commission on Scottish Devolution

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board Member, St. Magnus Festival Ltd (unremunerated)
Chair of Relationships Scotland (the new organisation which embodies the merger between Family Mediation Scotland and Relate Scotland) (from 1 April 2008) (unpaid)
Board Member, Centre for Scottish Public Policy (independent think tank) (unpaid)

WALMSLEY, Baroness

*13(c) Financial interests of spouse or relative or friend

Married to Lord Thomas of Gresford – see his entry in Register

*13(d) Hospitality or gifts

Member of APPG Rowing, regatta sponsored by Siemens
Member, Parliament Choir, sponsored by BT Government
I am a member of the parliamentary branch of “Slimming World” which waivers its usual fees for members of both Houses

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Informal “Parliamentary Ambassador” to the NSPCC
Patron of the Family Planning Association

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Chairman of Botanic Gardens Conservation International
Patron of SKCV Children’s Trust
Patron of the Helena Kennedy Bursary Scheme
Patron of Infant Trust
Patron of Children’s Rights Alliance for England
Patron of the International Commission of Zoological Nomenclature

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Unicef UK
Trustee, ADAPT (drug rehabilitation and treatment)

WALPOLE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Peter Beales Roses T/A Colabay Ltd (rose and horticultural production and sales)

*13(b) Landholdings

Farmland in Norfolk including two mansion houses and residential properties

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Director, Fakenham Gasworks Road, Museum Trust
President, Norfolk Historic Gardens Trust
President, North Norfolk Orbital Railway
President, Sheringham Little Theatre Trust
President, Nelson Society
President, Sheringham & Cromer Operatic Society

WALTON OF DETCHANT, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon Life President, Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
President, Bamburgh Castle Golf Club
President, Neuroscience Research Foundation
President, Belford Development Trust
President, Belford Show
Vice President, Epilepsy Research Foundation
Vice President, Guideposts Trust
Vice President, Research Defence Society
Vice President, Parkinsons Disease Society
Member, Fund Raising Committee, Royal Society of Medicine

WARNER, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Executive Director of Sage Advice Ltd (a private company)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, NHS London Provider Agency (part-time post)
Adviser to Apax Partners Worldwide (paid strategic advisory post with no governance responsibilities)
Adviser to DLA Piper UK LLP (strategic advisory post with no governance responsibilities)
Adviser to Byotrol Ltd (strategic advisory post with no governance responsibilities)
Adviser to Perot Systems Europe Ltd (strategic advisory post with no governance responsibilities)
Adviser to PA Consulting

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Health Innovation Committee for the Young Foundation (a registered charity)

WARNOCK, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Educational Consultant Cambian Healthcare

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, British Dyslexia Association
Chairman, Planning Aid Trust
Patron, The English Concert

WARSI, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of an annual salary for part-time business development work for the Shire Bed Company (see para 13(a))

*12(h) Secretarial research and assistance

I would like to declare on the Register financial arrangements put in place to provide me with support as Shadow Minister for Community Cohesion and Social Action.
In my capacity as Shadow Minister for Community Cohesion and Social Action, my office receives financial support from Conservative Campaign Headquarters (CCHQ).
Administrative assistance – CCHQ have applied a donation from DCD Properties to finance my administrative assistance. This will be declared to the electoral commission on 30th January 2008 in compliance with the rules.
This arrangement supports me in carrying out my specific frontbench responsibilities as a Shadow Cabinet Minister. This does not support me in the performance of any other duties as a member of the House of Lords

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Pakistan (August 2008) to attend Pildat Conference, Pakistan – flight and accommodation expenses paid by Pildat (11 November 2008))

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

16 per cent shareholdings in the Shire Bed Company, a family business manufacturing beds

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chair and Trustee of the Savayra Foundation UK (a women’s empowerment charity)

WARWICK OF UNDERCLIFFE, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive/Trustee, USS Ltd

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chief Executive, Universities UK

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member of Board, St Catherine’s Foundation, Windsor
Chair of Trustees, International Student House

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Royal Institution for International Affairs
Fellow, RSA
Life Vice President, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO)

WATSON OF INVERGOWRIE, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Associate Director, Caledonia PR Consulting Ltd

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, AMICUS/Unite trade union
Member, Labour Middle East Council
Member, Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding

WATSON OF RICHMOND, Lord

*12(b) Parliamentary lobbying

I am Chairman of CTN Communications, one of Britain’s leading media agencies, primarily focussed on the provision of online services. I am also Non-executive Chairman of the wine importer, Raisin Social. In neither of these capacities nor in any other do I offer parliamentary lobbying services

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Non-parliamentary consultancy provided to clients of CTN Communications, including:
BP
Tesco
Coca Cola

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, CTN Communications
Chairman, Raisin Social
Non-executive Chairman, I-COMP
Non-executive Chairman, Havas Media UK
Consultant, BP
Consultant, Coca-Cola
Consultant, Woolf Committee Report to BAe

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman, The Cambridge Foundation
Chairman, Cambridge University Chemistry Advisory Board
Chairman, European Atlantic Movement
Chairman, Council of Commonwealth Societies
Chairman, UK Steering Committee of Koenigswinter
International Chairman Emeritus, English Speaking Union
President, British-German Association

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Great Britain Study Centre, Humboldt University of Berlin
Trustee, Richmond Museum
Trustee, American University in London

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Chairman, Father Thames Trust
Council Member, Prince of Wales, International Business Leaders’ Forum
Patron, Richmond Society

WAVERLEY, Viscount

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

A paid employee of the CCC Group (29 January 2009)

WEDDERBURN OF CHARLTON, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Industrial Law Society

WEIDENFELD, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Axel Springer Verlag, Berlin
Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gütersloh
Burda Medien, Munich
Jewish Renaissance Fund, New York
Tamares Group
Access Industries

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Herbert Quandt Stiftung (Bad Homburg) (charitable arm of Quandt Family)
Orion Publishing Group
GAM Worldwide Inc (Global Asset Management)
Cheyne Capital Management Ltd
Good Media Investments
Investcorp New York-London

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Orion Publishing Group
Axel Springer Verlag (columnist ‘Die Welt’ and ‘Welt am Sonntag’)

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Cheyne Capital Management Ltd

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Hon Chairman of Board of Governors, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)
Hon Governor, Tel-Aviv University (Israel)
Hon Governor, Weizmann Institute (Israel)
Hon Governor, Diplomatic College Vienna
Vice President, Oxford University Development Programme
Senator, University of Bonn
Hon Fellow, St Anne’s College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, St Peter’s College, Oxford
Hon D Litt, Exeter University

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees, Weidenfeld Institute for Strategic Dialogue

16(a) Trusteeships

Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft (Berlin)

WEST OF SPITHEAD, LORD

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of ministerial salary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, Southampton Solent University

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Naval Trustee, Imperial War Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of Trustees for CVQO (Cadet Vocational Qualification Organisation)
President, Merchant Navy Medal Fund
Patron of St. Anne’s Limehouse Restoration Project

WHITAKER, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Employed on a consultant basis, as a member of Friends Provident (F&C Asset Management) Committee of Reference for ethical and socially responsible investment

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Amsterdam (9-10 June 2006) to attend conference organised and paid for by AWEPA (European Parliamentarians for Africa) on whose Council I am the UK representative
Visit to Angola (15-22 September 2006) paid for by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Angola
Visit to Mysore, India (8-15 February 2008)- a week’s accommodation in Mysore as the guest of the Charities Advisory Trust

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

Member of the Advisory Board, British Institute of Human Rights
Member of the Advisory Council of Transparency International (UK)
Vice President British Humanist Association
Vice President One World Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Associate of Opportunity International
Member, UNA-UK Advisory Panel

16(a) Trusteeships

UNICEF
Overseas Development Institute

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Amnesty International
Justice
Liberty
Interact Worldwide
Patron, Runnymede Trust
Patron, British Stammering Association
Patron, Student Partnerships Worldwide

WHITTY, Lord

*12(a) Consultancy Agreements

Adviser to GMB (trade union) (unpaid)
Adviser to EAGA (£10,000 pa)

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant to Essex County Council as Commissioner for their enquiry into the A12 Route (May-July 2008)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chair, National Consumer Council (part time post)
Chair, Elyo Suez
Non-Executive Director Environment Agency

15(c) Office-holder in pressure groups or trade unions

President, Combined Heat and Power Association
Vice President, National Society for Clean Air
Vice President, Transport 2000
Vice President, Local Government Association

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, GMB, Fabian Society, Friends of the Earth

WILCOX, Baroness

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, Johnson Service Group plc

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Governor, Imperial College, London

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, National Federation of Consumer Groups
Director and Trustee, Foundation of the College of St George, Windsor Castle (from October 2006)

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Christian Responsibility in Public Affairs
Trustee, Street Trust
The Baroness Wilcox Discretionary Settlement

WILKINS, Baroness

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice Chair, HAFAD (Hammersmith and Fulham Action on Disability)
President, College of Occupational Therapy
Patron, Asian People with Disabilities Alliance
Patron, Integrated Neurological services
Patron, League of Friends of the Amersham and Chesham Hospitals
Patron, Artsline

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Spinal Injuries Association
Member, Shelter
Member, Amnesty
Member, Medical Foundation for care of victims of torture
Member, Wateraid
Member, Soil Association

WILLIAMS OF CROSBY, Baroness

*12(i) Visits

(10 February) – Durham University debate – expenses and travel paid by the University
(16 February 2006) – “An evening with Shirley Williams” Kendal Brewery – expenses and fee paid by Celebrity Productions
(26 April 2006) – Huddersfield University Lecture – expenses paid by University – accommodation provided by Bishop of Wakefield
(4 May) – Oxford Women in Politics – part payment of travel by hosts
(5 May 2006) – Royal Society of Edinburgh lecture – expenses paid by Society
(18 May 2006) – Daphne du Maurier lecture, Cornwall – travel and 1 night accommodation and fee of £1000 paid by organisers
(23-24 May 2006) – Nuclear Threat Initiative Board Meeting, Washington – accommodation for 2 nights and travel paid by NTI
(30-31 May 2006) – Área Jurídica, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid – travel and accommodation paid for 2 nights by hosts.
(13-20 June 2006) – Course at JFK School of Government Harvard – travel and fee of $2200 paid by Harvard University (Shirley Williams is Professor Emeritus of JFK School of Government)
(18-25 August 2006) – Aspen Institute seminar – travel and accommodation provided
(28 September – 2 October 2006) – United States Institute of Politics Conference – travel and accommodation provided
(9-11 October 2006) – Nuclear Threat Initiative meeting, New York combined with Council on Foreign Relations meeting (16-18 October 2006) – travel and accommodation costs shared by the two organisations, plus private hospitality in between
(9-10 November 2006) – Lecture in Bath – travel expenses paid. Private hospitality
(10-11 November 2006) – Southwold literary festival – travel and accommodation paid by organisers
(7-9 December 2006) – The Century Foundation Meeting, New York – travel and accommodation paid by TCF
(17-20 March 2007) – Ways with Words Festival, Cumbria – expenses paid by organisers
(3-6 May 2007) – Harvard University for Neudstadt Schellling award and participation in Plenary Session of seminar – travel paid by Harvard. Private hospitality
(16-17 May 2007) – EBOR lecture York – travel and accommodation University of York
(15-17 June 2007) – Harvard CFIA conference in Talloires, France – travel and accommodation paid by conference organisers
(20-21 June 2007) – Lloyd George Memorial Lecture, Criccieth, Wales – travel expenses paid by organisers. Private hospitality
(25-26 July 2007) – Moscow School of Political Studies – Lecturer and Board member. Travel and accommodation paid for by organisers
(all listed below are travel expenses and accommodation, if any fee it is stated)
(30 September-2 October 2007) – New York, Council on Foreign Relations
(3-6 October 2007) – San Francisco, University of California at Berkeley
(9-10 October 2007) – Nuclear Threat Initiative, Washington DC
(28-29 October 2007) – University College, Oxford
(9 November 2007) – Any questions, Sheffield (fee)
(14 November 2007) – Politics Society, Portsmouth
(3-6 December 2007) – Harvard Kennedy School of Govt. seminar, Cambridge MA
(25-27 February 2008) – Oslo conference on nuclear proliferation, guest of Govt. of Norway
(6-7 March 2008) – Question Time, Manchester (fee)
(7 March 2008) – Windsor and Eton Society
(26-28 March 2008) – Middle Powers Initiative, Dublin (nuclear proliferation)
(11-12 April 2008) – Any Questions, Harrogate (fee)
(28 April-3 May 2008) Washington DC – Geneva for NPT preparatory conference-London – Nuclear Threat Initiative, Washington DC
(14-16 May 2008) – The Century Foundation, New York
(23-28 May 2008) – Tehran, Iran staying at Embassy, Ravand annual conference
(6-7 June 2008) – Northern Ireland Alliance Ball, Alliance party of Northern Ireland
(13-15 June 2008) – Center for International Affairs, Harvard, conference in Talloires, France, Harvard
(11-13 July 2008) – The Buxton Festival lecture
(31 July-3 August 2008) – Moscow School of Political Studies Board meeting and lecture, Galitsyno, Russia MSPS

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Trustee, Tablet Trust

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Vice-President, CAFOD (UK)
Co-President, Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) (2001-2006)
Board member, Moscow School of Political Studies
Board Member, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Washington DC
Member, Advisory Council, Council of Foreign Relations, New York
Trustee of IPPR since 2005
Trustee, Oxford Centre of Islamic Studies
Chairman of Judges National Teaching Awards

16(a) Trusteeships

Trustee, Century Foundation, New York (attendance fee)

WILLIAMS OF ELVEL, Lord

*13(b) Landholdings

33 acres around home in mid-Wales

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Holding Trustee and Vice President, Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales

WILLIAMSON OF HORTON, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

I am in receipt of a pension from the EU Commission by virtue of my previous employment as Secretary General of the Commission

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Member, Council of Honour, European Opera Centre
Patron, Rethink (National Schizophrenia Fellowship)

WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, St Martins Theatre Company Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

St Martins Magazines plc
St Martins Theatre Company Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Arable and grass farm in Warwickshire including residential lettings

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (Warwickshire Branch)

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts

WILSON OF DINTON, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Non-executive Director, BSkyB (British Sky Broadcasting)
Non-executive Chairman, Charles Hoare and Co (bankers)

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chairman of Council of Radley College
Chairman, Blue Lion Limited (owned by Emmanuel College)
Chairman of The Prince’s Teaching Institute
Trustee of the Cicely Saunders Foundation
Past President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee of the Ewing Foundation

WILSON OF TILLYORN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Master, Peterhouse, Cambridge University (until 30 June 2008)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor, University of Aberdeen
Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Cambridge(until 30 June 2008)
Hon Fellow, Keble College, Oxford
Hon Fellow, Peterhouse, Cambridge (28 October 2008)
Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on Business Appointments
President-elect of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (until 5 October 2008)
President, Royal Society of Edinburgh (from 6 October 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon President, Hong Kong Society
Hon President, Hong Kong Association
Registrar, Order of St Michael and St John
Vice President, Royal Scottish Geographical Society

16(b) Voluntary organisations

John Muir Trust
National Trust for Scotland
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

WINCHESTER, Lord Bishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of episcopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Member (ex officio) of Governing Body the University of Winchester

WINDLESHAM, Lord

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Council Member, Ditchley Foundation
Prisoners’ Education Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Friends of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Friends of the British Museum
Oxford Preservation Trust

WINSTON, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Member, Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) (24 July 2007)
Member, Strategic Advisory Committee on Public Engagement in Science, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (remunerated)
Strategic Advisory Committee on Public Engagement, Wellcome Trust (remunerated)
Chairman, Societal Issues Panel Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Company Director, Kayplot Ltd (company involved in media and publishing)

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Kayplot Ltd (company dealing with broadcasting and journalism)

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University
Chairman, Council, Royal College of Music

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Board of Management, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith
Patron, Darwin Centre, Natural History Museum

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Association of Medical Research Charities
Member, Medical Plan, Seriously Ill for Medical Research
Member of Council British Association for Advancement of Science
President, British Biology Olympiad
President, Association Medical Secretaries, Practice Administrators and Receptionists
Trustee, CHILD (national infertility support group)
Trustee, Cord Blood Charity
Trustee, Human Care Repair
Trustee, Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Fund
Trustee, Stem Cell Foundation
Vice President, Haemophilia Society
Vice President, Progress, Group for Reproductive research
Vice President, Institute of Animal Technicians

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Patron, Contact a Family
Patron, Cot Death Society
Patron, Homestart (charity)
Patron, Hope (charity)
Patron, ISSUE (national fertility support group)
Patron, Joshua Gilbert Rhabdomyosarcoma Trust (cancer research)
Patron, Norwood Ravenswood (handicapped children)
Patron, Sage (old age home)

WOLFSON OF SUNNINGDALE, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Agrifirma Brazil Ltd

*13(b) Landholdings

Cottages in Westwell, Oxfordshire

16(a) Trusteeships

Director, Benesco Charity Ltd
Trustee, Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust
Trustee of the Bedford Estates

WOOLF, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Non-permanent judge of Hong Kong Final Court of Appeal – Law Lord
Advisor to CEDR on mediation issues
Chairman of the Bank of England’s Financial Markets Law Reform Committee
June 2007-May 2008: Chairman, of the Woolf Committee, which reviewed and propose standards of ethics and integrity for adoption in existing and future contracts for the manufacture and supply of arms by BAE Systems Limited
Senior Judge, Commercial Court, Qatar
Chancellor of the Open University of Israel
Regular income from speeches, writing articles and books on the above subjects

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

President, Chairman or Patron of numerous voluntary bodies working in the areas of prison and justice
Member, Jewish Leadership Council (20 January 2009)

WOOLMER OF LEEDS, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Partner, Halton Gill Associates

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Wimbledon tennis (28 June 2005) as guest of British Airways

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Board of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group
International Advisory Board of the White Rose East Asia Centre

WRIGHT OF RICHMOND, Lord

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant, De La Rue plc

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Hon. President Home-Start International

*12(i) Visits

Visit to Syrian Arab Republic(2008) sponsored by the British Syrian Society and paid for largely by the Society and the Syrian Government
Visit to Beirut to attend meeting arranged by an organisation called Conflict Forum, for which all accommodation, food and travel costs were met by our hosts. Part of the costs including all (economy) travel was met by the European Union. Participants did not receive any other benefits or remuneration for attendance (30 January 2009)

YORK, Lord Archbishop of

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of archiepiscopal stipend

15(a) Membership of public bodies

Patron Elector, St. Augustine’s Foundation
Hon Fellow, St. Chad’s College, Durham
Visitor, Queen’s College, Oxford
Visitor, Rishworth School
Vice President, The Royal National College for the Blind

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Patron, York City Football Club
Patron, Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust
Patron, Historic Hexham Trust
Hon Vice President, York Georgian Society
Visitor, Holyrood House
President, The Cambridge Society of York

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Jt. President, Additional Curates Society
Jt. President, Guild of St. Raphael
Supporter, African International Christian Ministry
New President, Alzheimers Society, York Branch
Patron, Ancient Society of York Florists
Patron, Archbishop Romero Trust
Patron, Bishopthorpe Bowling Club
Patron, Book Power (formerly ELST)
Patron, Brunswick Organic Nursery & Craft Workshop
Patron, Chapeltown/Harehills Assisted Learning Computer School (CHALCS)
Patron, Children of Peace
Patron The Cirdan Sailing Trust
Patron, College of Preachers
Patron, Dorset Gardeners’ Methodist Church Appeal
Patron, Ecclesiastical Law Society
Patron, Foston Church & Sydney Smith Trust
Patron, Friends of Beverley Minister
Patron, Friends of York Hospitals
Patron, Girls Friendly Society (GFS Platform)
Patron, Hives Saves Lives – Africa
Patron, International Health Partners
Patron, In the Choir
Patron, Jubilee Debt Campaign
Patron, Sowing Seeds
Patron, St. George’s Crypt, Leeds
Lady Katherine Leveson Trust
Patron, Martin House Hospice
Patron, Memorial 2007
Patron, Micklefield Christian Centre
Patron, National Churches Trust
Patron, National Osteoporosis Society
Patron, Pneumata
Patron, Prisons Video Trust
Patron, Pulse Trust
Patron, Relate York & Harrogate
Patron, ReSource
Patron, Ripon International Festival
Patron, Send a Cow
Patron, Tamale Diocesan Devt Grp (TADDEG)
Patron, Time for God
Patron, Tools for Self Reliance
Patron, Tools with a Mission, TWAM
Patron, Uganda Aids Action Fund UK
Patron, York Diocesan Renewal Fellowship
Patron, Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust
Patron, York Minster Change Ringers
Patron, York Minster Mystery Plays
Patron, York Minister Old Choristers’ Association
Appeal Patron, Yorkshire Pride Appeal
Jt Patron/AB Canterbury, United Church Schools Trust
Hon Patron, Friends of the Music of Leeds Parish Church
Vice Patron, Blind in Business
Vice Patron, Intercontinental Church Society
Vice President, Glen Arun
Vice President, The British & Foreign School Society
Vice President, Church Army
Vice President, The English Speaking Union
Vice President, St. Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy
Hon Vice President, The Royal African Society
Hon President, Chapter House Choir
Hon President TOC H
President, The Children’s Society
President, Friends of Wydale Hall
President, Holy Trinity Tulse Hill
President, Janani Luwum Trust
President National Council for Socian Concern
President, Royal Wanstead Children’s Foundation
President, St. Leonard’s Hospice
President, Victim Support, North Yorkshire
President, YMCA
President, York Credit Union Study Group
President, Yorkshire Philharmonic Choir
President, York Musical Society
Co-President, The Church Schools Initiative
Speaker, CHIPS
Founder Member College of Evangelists
Hon Bencher, Gray’s Inn
Member, Guild of Scriveners of the City of York
Hon Member, The Rotary Club of York
Housing Association Charitable Trust (HACT)
Visitor, Order of Holy Paraclete
Visitor, St. Peter’s School Foundation
Senior Visitor, Order of Mission
Council of Reference Member, Retrack
Trustee, Smith Institute
Ambassador, Toynbee Hall
Patron, All Saints Church Nafferton Bells Appeal
Patron, Education for All
Passive Patron, Pedal for Parkinson’s
Patron, St. Andrew’s Trust
Patron, The Edith Jackson Trust
Patron, Teeside Hospice Care Foundation
Patron, York Youth Mysteries
Governor, Sedbergh School – ex officio

YOUNG OF GRAFFHAM, Lord

*12(e) Remunerated directorships

Chairman, Newhaven Management Services Ltd
Chairman, Pixology plc
Chairman, Spectrum Interactive plc

*12(g) Controlling shareholdings

Newhaven Management Services Ltd
Young Associates Ltd

*13(a) Significant shareholdings

Pixology plc and subsidiary companies (digital imaging technology)
Spectrum Interactive plc
Eurotel Ltd

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Chairman of Chichester Festival Theatre Ltd

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman of the Development Board of the Prince’s Trust

16(b) Voluntary organisations

Jewish Care
The Prince’s Trust
Chai Cancel Lifeline

YOUNG OF HORNSEY, Baroness

*12(d) Non-parliamentary consultant

Consultant on cultural projects – own business Cultural Brokers
Advisory/consultancy work with – Heritage Lottery Fund
Arts Council England
Museum of London
Department of Culture, Media &
Sport

15(b) Trusteeships of cultural bodies

Member of Board of Trustees, South Bank Centre
Member of Council of Royal Society of Arts (RSA)
Chair, Nitro (musical theatre company)
Chair, British Council Advisory Committee on Arts
Non-executive Director, The National Archives

YOUNG OF NORWOOD GREEN, Lord

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

In receipt of Ministerial salary

15(a) Membership of public bodies

School Governor, Three Bridges Primary School
Ruskin College Governing Body
Armed Forces Pay Review Board

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Chairman, One World Broadcasting Trust
British North American Committee
Chairman, Norwood Green Residents’ Association

YOUNG OF OLD SCONE, Baroness

*12(f) Regular remunerated employment

Chairman, Care Quality Commission (from 1 July 2008)

15(d) Office-holder in voluntary organisations

Trustee, Institute of Public Policy Research
Trustee, St. Mary’s, Hammersmith & Imperial Charitable Trust
Vice President, Flora and Fauna International
Vice President, BirdLife International
Vice President, RSPB
President, British Trust for Ornithology
President, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, and Peterborough Wildlife Trust

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January 31, 2009 at 9:40 am

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