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Lady Berridge: Don’t lose Generation 2012

Conservative Home, 19 July 2012
“Rather than writing them off with a label that just suggests a dark horizon, let’s find out what the 18 to 24s think needs to be done to sort out their future, and so ensure a better future for Britain.” Click here to read the full article.

“Oh, the wonder of our new second chamber-to-be!”

Conservative Home, 7 July 2012
The Lords Reform Bill; “Oh, the wonder of our new second chamber-to-be! Just imagine: Senator Blair, with an electoral mandate for a full 15 years!”  Click here to read the full article.

Cathedral invests in start-up businesses

Christian Today, 30 May 2012
Baroness Berridge unveils Portsmouth Cathedral’s plans in a House of Lords debate led by Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks. Click here to read more.

“No evidence” of secret courts

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, 4 April 2012
Baroness Berridge, Conservative member of the Joint Committee on Human Rights, spoke to the Today programme about proposals put forward by the government in its Security and Justice Green paper, to allow more court hearings and inquests to be held in secret, arguing they are unfair and unnecessary.

Click here to listen to the full interview.

Other media appearences in relation to the Joint Committee on Human Rights Justice and Security Green Paper:

LBC Radio, The Whole Show, 4th April
Baroness Berridge joined Julia Hartley-Brewer to talk discuss ‘Is Secret Justice Unfair’. To download the podcast click here.

For more information on the Justice and Security Green Paper click here.

Baroness quizzed during visit to Casterton Business & Enterprise College

Rutland & Stamford Mercury, 20 March 2012
Baroness Berridge visits pupils from Casterton Business and Enterprise College and Rutland County College. Click here to read more.

Peer visits MV16 to talk politics

Melton Times, 19 March 2012
Baroness Berridge visits Melton Vale Post 16 Centre to encourage students to engage more with the political and parliamentary process. Click here to read more.

Rutland headteachers visit Houses of Parliament

Rutland Times, 10 February 2012
Headteachers from Rutland invited to London by Baroness Berridge to discuss local educational issues. Click here to read more.
Read the related News & Events entry here.

Baroness Elizabeth Berridge joins prayers at churches

Rutland Times, 30 January 2012
Baroness Berridge attends the ‘Churches Together in Oakham’ Prayer Breakfast. Click here to read more.
Read the related News & Events entry here.

Speakers Head to Cricklade Festival

Swindon Advertiser, 3 January 2012
Baroness Berridge is to be among the speakers at Cricklade Festival in March. Click here to read more.

Casterton Business and Enterprise College honours its prize-winning pupils

Rutland & Stamford Mercury, 30 November 2011
Baroness Berridge attended the prize giving as guest speaker. Click here to read more.

Church Times: “We cannot arrest or imprison our way out of this situation”

Church Times, 18 November 2011
Baroness Berridge is interviewed for the Church Times. Click here to read the full article.

Baroness Berridge: Would the Prime Minster please silence Tim Montgomerie?

6 November 2011
Baroness Berridge comments on the value of an External Relations Unit at Conservative Home. Read her comments here.

Baroness Takes Part in YouTube Bible Reading

Monday 29 August 2011
The Baroness has taken part in a challenge by the King James Bible Trust, aiming to create a complete reading of the bible on their website to mark its 400th anniversary.

The Prince of Wales has even recorded a reading.

Read more about Baroness Berridge taking part in the bible reading…

Scottish Dancing Performance for Baroness

Friday 27 May 2011, Rutland and Stamford Mercury

A Scottish dancing group from Langham Primary School performed for Baroness Berridge.

Scottish Dancing at Langham Primary School

The Baroness visited the school as part of a tour of schools and was treated to the performance by the group, which is an after school club. It was accompanied by bagpipes.

Baroness Berridge said: “It was a privilege to see the enthusiasm and determination on the pupils’ faces as they performed. It was a credit to the teachers that in such a short time the pupils had developed to such a high level of expertise. It really was remarkable.”