Meet Baroness Grey-Thompson and the Legislation Office | December part 1
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We have so much to share with you this month that we are releasing this episode in two parts. In this episode, hear from Olivia about how the Lords Legislation Office works and what it feels like to take on a role that dates back hundreds of years. We also speak to Tanni Grey-Thompson, Baroness Grey-Thompson, about her career, her role in the Lords, campaigning for disability rights and getting people in the UK active. In part 2, coming next week, we’ll continue our Disability History Month theme with Baroness Campbell of Surbiton and also speak to Lord Teverson about the EU, the environment and fisheries. Want to find out more about topics in this episode? - Read about the process of changing the Agriculture Bill in the Lords - Read more from members about Disability History Month Read a transcript for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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