MigrationWatch UK. After his retirement in June 2000, Lord Green went on to co-found MigrationWatch UK together with David Coleman, Professor of Demography at Oxford University. He has been chairman since it was established in December 2001.
Lord Green of Deddington. BrexitCentral Contributor. Lord Green of Deddington has been a Cross-Bench peer since 2014 and is Chairman of Migration Watch UK. He spent 35 years as a professional diplomat, including postings as British Ambassador to Syria and Saudi Arabia.
Contact an MP or Lord. Contact your MP or a Member of the House of Lords about an issue that matters to you. Lord Green of Deddington Full title. The Lord Green of Deddington KCMG Name. Andrew Fleming Green Joined the Lords. 28 November 2014 Party/group. Crossbench
Jan 24, 2017 · LORD Green of Deddington, MigrationWatch boss, has called on the Government to introduce work permits for highly-skilled workers from the European Union after Brexit. Lord Green set out his ideas and plans to control immigration across the EU following Britain’s exit. Speaking about EU citizens who are self-employed in Britain
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See all Lord Green of Deddington’s speeches Has received answers to 21 written questions in the last year — well above average amongst Lords. Has voted in 18.27% of votes in this House with this affiliation up to the 2015 general election — below average amongst Lords.
Andrew Green, Baron Green of Deddington’s wiki: Andrew Fleming Green, Baron Green of Deddington , KCMG (born 6 August 1941) is a former British diplomat. He is the founding chairman of MigrationWatch UK, an organisation concerned with immigration to the United Kingdom.
Andrew Green: A divisive peer for a divided time. The Labour leader in the Lords, Baroness Royall, accused Cameron of using his power of patronage for “short-term political gain” and because the Tories were “desperate” about the rise of Ukip. Green, 73, could have chosen a more tranquil retirement.
Jun 02, 2015 · GETTY FILE PICTURE. Lord Green (right) is the boss of pressure group MigrationWatch. Crossbencher Lord Green of Deddington said cutting immigration would help to solve the UK’s ongoing property problems as buyers are squeezed out of the market.
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Letter from Lord Green of Deddington, Chairman of Migration Watch UK, to Sir David Clementi, Chairman of the BBC . History & Miscellaneous: MW 450. Dear Sir David, I am writing to express my serious concerns about a BBC video produced for ‘teaching’ 14 to 16 year olds about immigration.
Lord Green of Deddington. The Queen conferred a peerage on Sir Andrew Green on 21 October 2014 on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, David Cameron. The Prime Minister nominates direct to HM The Queen a limited number of candidates for Cross Bench peerages, based on their public service.