Lord Foulkes is a Labour Peer in the House of Lords.
Lord Foulkes outlines his key priorities ahead of COP26, in order for the UK to secure it's position as a world leader in the fight against climate change.
We need a comprehensive devolution of all services in England to regional authorities and an indirectly elected 'Senate of the Nations and Regions' to replace the House of Lords, writes Lord Foulkes.
The BBC is not the DWP. If Governments want to end or curtail a benefit they should have the guts to do so and take the political flak, writes Lord Foulkes
A million and a half young people have turned 18 since the 2016 EU referendum – and they must be given a chance to vote on their future, argues Lord Foulkes
Speaker Martin was a man of humble origins who rose to hold one of the highest offices in the land – but most of all he should be remembered for his kindness, writes George Foulkes
An opposition day debate on older people in the House of Lords tomorrow arises not merely from concern and compassion – important as this is – but about their human rights, says Lord Foulkes.
Labour peer, Lord Foulkes writes about his parliamentary question on implementation of the report 'Human rights of older persons and their comprehensive care' which was adopted unanimously by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, which represents the 46 countries of a wider Europe than the EU.
Former international development minister Lord Foulkes of Cumnock questions why he has been met by a "wall of silence" as he seeks answers about why St Helena's airport is not operational.