Lord Lexden restates the case for full rectification of injustice to gay men

On July 21, during the Committee stage of the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, Alistair Lexden spoke in support of an amendment designed to make amends to all gay men convicted in the past under laws which have now been overturned. He returned to the issue in a short speech during the Report stage of the Bill on October 20.

Debate on the Economy

Text of a speech delivered by Lord Lexden in a debate 'to call attention to Government policies to promote enterprise, growth and the fundamental rebalancing of the economy'.

Voting arrangements for British citizens abroad

Lord Lexden's speech in a short debate on Viscount Astor's question: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they will consider changing the voting arrangements for British citizens residing abroad and members of the Armed Forces serving abroad. 

Peel and Disraeli

Text of  the speech delivered by Alistair Lexden OBE  at the 27th Annual Banquet  of the Peel  Society in Drayton Manor Park, Tamworth on February 25, 2011.

Maiden Speech

Lord Lexden's Maiden Speech at the Grand Committee in the Moses Room in a short debate ensuring that children with diabetes can benefit from school education