Lord Black has challenged Government Ministers in the Lords to introduce a licensing regime for the possession and use of airguns to stop the increasing number of "senseless attacks" on domestic animals - particularly cats.
Lord Black, Executive Director, Telegraph Media Group gave a speech to the Pride in London Gala Dinner, 2016. He said, that in relation to LGBT+ equality, that 'so much has been done, but there's so much more to do'.
The Commonwealth was told it must act to protect media freeoms during a speech by Lord Black of Brentwood, Chairman of the Commonwealth Press Union Media Trust, at the Commonwealth Journalists’ Association Conference on “The Future of Journalism in the Digital Age”, London, 11th April 2016.
I am delighted to have been able to host this terrific reception to celebrate the vital work of Cats Protection and the extraordinary commitment and dedication of those who work for it in both a professional and voluntary capacity. Charities such as this are truly part of the fabric of a civilised society. I'd like to pay tribute to everyone here tonight - each of you part of the tapestry that makes Cats Protection work - for everything you do.
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