Oppose the Immigration Bill

Lobby the Lords

The Immigration Bill is making its way through Parliament, and the next debate and vote will be in the House of Lords.

We have identified a number of members of the House of Lords with connections to Imperial College London, who we will lobby to speak against and vote against the Immigration Bill.

To add your voice, let us know what you think here. We will add your contribution to our open letter to these members of the House of Lords. 

Lords, Barons and Baronesses

 

 

 

  • Lord Winston

    Lord Winston is Professor of Science and Society at College, and a well-known TV presenter and science communicator. He is a Labour peer in the House of Lords.

Lord Winston

  • Lord Darzi of Denham

    Lord Darzi of Denham is Paul Hamlyn Chair of Surgery at College, based in St Mary's. He is one of the world's leading surgeons, specialising in robot-assisted surgery. He is a Labour peer, and former minister, in the House of Lords.

    Lord Darzi

  • Baroness Manningham-Buller

    Baroness Manningham-Buller is the Chair of Council, the governing body of Imperial College London. She is the former Director General of MI5, and is a Crossbench peer in the House of Lords.

    Baroness Manningham-Buller

  • Lord May of Oxford

    Lord May of Oxford is a physics professor at College, who has a former President of the Royal Society and former Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government. He is a Crossbench peer in the House of Lords.

    Lord May of Oxford

  • Lord Vincent of Coleshill

    Lord Vincent of Coleshill was Chair of Council from 1996 to 2004. Previously, he was Chief of Defence Staff at the Ministry of Defence, and Chairman of NATO's Military Committee. He sits in the Lords with no group affiliation.

    Lord Vincent of Coleshill

  • Lord Oxburgh

    Lord Oxburgh was Rector of Imperial College London from 1993 to 2000. He has also been Chief Scientific Advisor to the Ministry of Defence, and was knighted in 1992. He sits as a Crossbench peer in the House of Lords.

    Lord Oxburgh