Surely it is scandalous that a British company -- via a local subsidiary -- is providing financial support and sustenance to this brutal regime and to key figures within itBarclays accused of sanctions breach Apr 30, 2008
This is evidence of shocking systematic failure in our emergency servicesAgency targets cause Brit patient delays Feb 17, 2008
This is a frightening sign of how out of control the binge-drinking culture in this country has becomeReport: Spike in adolescent binge-drinking Dec 29, 2007
It is simply unacceptable that such terrible practices are taking place in an environment where hygiene and safety should be paramountReport: U.K. hospital kitchens not healthy Aug 12, 2007
Norman Peter Lamb (born 16 September 1957, Watford, Hertfordshire) is a politician in the United Kingdom. He is Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for North Norfolk and the Liberal Democrat spokesman on Health.
Son of Professor Hubert Lamb, he went to Wymondham College, then the University of Leicester, getting an LLB, then studied for the NNEB childcare qualification at the City of London Polytechnic.
After graduating from the University of Leicester, Lamb worked as a solicitor. He began to specialise in employment law whilst working for Steele and Co Solicitors (now called Steeles Law). In 1998 he wrote a book, Remedies in the Employment Tribunal: Damages for Discrimination and Unfair Dismissal, but any chances of a follow up or update to this book were put aside when Lamb was elected to Parliament in June 2001.