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Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill — Second Reading (16 July 2014)

Lord Blencathra: ...changes. The Home Office says that there is a capability gap of 25% in the information it collects now as compared to 2000. My committee was highly sceptical about that. In 2000, I had a top-of-the-range Nokia phone which held about 100 phone numbers and 120 short text messages. I wish I had that phone back. In 2000, only 50% of UK adults had a mobile phone. In 2012, that figure was 92%...

Bill Presented — Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill: Retirement of the Clerk of the House (16 July 2014)

Alan Haselhurst: ...walking along the corridor, and from his door, which was ever open, I was beckoned. He proceeded to show me his smartphone which had all the details and scoreboard of every cricket match being played. My Nokia was dispatched very soon afterwards. Mr Speaker, you will recognise as well as any that the performance in the Chair of those who are privileged to occupy it is dependent to a great...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Mobile Phones (6 May 2014)

Paul Flynn: ...whether his Department has assessed the comparative sustainability of sourced materials and manufacture of smart phones from (a) Apple, (b) Fairphone, (c) Huawei, (d) Lenovo, (e) LG Electornics, (f) Nokia and (g) Samsung in its role in promoting sustainable procurement policies across Government.

Public Bill Committee: Intellectual Property Bill [Lords]: Clause 13 - Offence of unauthorised copying etc. of design in course of business (30 January 2014)

David Willetts: ...industry—both small and large businesses. With these amendments we are tackling specific concerns raised in intensive discussions with IP experts and industry representatives, such as BAE Systems, Nokia, Dyson and others—the creators of design IP in this country. The Government amendments ensure that the law is as clear as possible and that it fully achieves the...

Scottish Parliament: Public Science Engagement Initiatives (21 May 2013)

Iain Gray: Nokia once ran a series of advertisements in which an overblown voice-over followed ordinary-looking people doing ordinary things quite anonymously, such as taking the bus home from work. The point was that they were the scientists behind the communication technology that was daily revolutionising our lives. They were of course not the celebrities that the narrator implied, but were...

Scottish Parliament: Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector (21 May 2013)

Iain Gray: Nokia once ran a series of advertisements in which an overblown voice-over followed ordinary-looking people doing ordinary things quite anonymously, such as taking the bus home from work. The point was that they were the scientists behind the communication technology that was daily revolutionising our lives. They were of course not the celebrities that the narrator implied, but were...

Cities — Motion to Take Note (19 January 2012)

Baroness Sharp of Guildford: ...built itself to be a hub of growth within its local region of Catalonia. Again, Helsinki in Finland, which 20 years before had been a dull city, had also taken itself forward-partly on the back of Nokia and the electronics revolution-to become much more important and another hub of growth. I was interested in the role of cities within their sub-regions and regions, and I was interested in...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Research: Expenditure (14 November 2011)

David Willetts: ...academic R&D and we have the fourth highest concentration of the world's top 1,400 international companies for R&D expenditure, including companies such as Rolls-Royce, Ford, Pfizer, Airbus, Eli Lilly, Eisai, Nokia, Syngenta, Merck and Motorola. And the UK is Europe's most successful country in attracting research-driven inward investment. We are also working to reverse the...

Marine Operations (Weymouth) (11 October 2011)

Michael Penning: ...; I appreciate that there have been problems with communications over the years. When Bowman first came in for the military there was a lot of concern about resilience, and when I visited an exercise as a new MP I was told that Bowman stood for “better off with map and Nokia”, but it has developed a lot and I have seen it in use in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. We needed...

Public Bill Committee: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Bill: Schedule 1 - Terrorism prevention and investigation measures (28 June 2011)

Hazel Blears: ...trial for the bomb attempts that took place last year. The report said that terrorists tried 15 times to detonate two car bombs filled with petrol, gas and 2,000 nails in central London. The displays of Nokia mobile phones left in each car revealed several missed calls; they had been dialled up to four times each. By the time that happens, it does not matter how much monitoring we do. What...

Backbench Business — [27th Allotted Day]: Rural Broadband and Mobile Coverage (19 May 2011)

John Woodcock: It is interesting that the hon. Gentleman mentions my former boss, the former Prime Minister, and mobile phones. His robust, old-school Nokia survived many trials and tribulations, during even my time working for him. Those rumours are not true, by the way—just to be clear. Look, investment was made. There are real questions about whether there was enough investment, and about whether...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Departmental Mobile Phones (18 May 2011)

John Penrose: The information is as follows: (a) Vodafone and Nokia supply mobile telephone services and (b) Blackberry, Vodafone and O2 supply mobile data services to the Department.

East London Tech City (9 March 2011)

David Willetts: ...now 200, and there have been some conspicuous examples of successful companies being developed and sold on. Last.fm was sold to CBS for $280 million; others successes are TweetDeck and Songkick; and Dopplr was sold to Nokia for $22 million. Some valuable companies are being created there, and the coalition Government are committed to helping the area to continue with its impressive growth...

Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Mobile Phones (5 July 2010)

Andrew Robathan: ...Telecommunications Service Agreement with British Telecom. The Secretary of State's BlackBerry is on the BlackBerry Enterprise tariff; the Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology's Nokia mobile handset is on the network tariff. Both tariffs are monthly with call charges additional and variable depending on the nature and duration of each call.

Written Answers — Wales: Departmental Mobile Phones (28 June 2010)

Cheryl Gillan: ..., the telephones are on the standard Government tariff operated by Vodafone, and incur a purchase cost of 50 and a monthly line rental charge of 2 plus VAT. The current telephones are made by Nokia.

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Departmental Mobile Phones (24 June 2010)

John Penrose: The Department uses Nokia mobile phones and BlackBerrys, which are primarily used for data, although some do have the voice function enabled. As two year contracts have been entered for the mobile phones and BlackBerrys, we have not incurred any costs for the handsets. Our mobile network provider is Vodafone and our Blackberry provider is O2. Mobile phones are on the Teamwork Government...

Written Answers — Wales: Departmental Mobile Phones (24 June 2010)

Cheryl Gillan: ..., the telephones are on the standard Government tariff operated by Vodafone, and incur a purchase cost of 50 and a monthly line rental charge of 2 plus VAT. The current telephones are made by Nokia.

Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Mobile Phones (17 June 2010)

Andrew Robathan: The Secretary of State for Defence has been issued with a BlackBerry and the Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology has been issued with a Nokia mobile telephone.

Digital Economy Bill [HL]: Report (2nd Day) (3 March 2010)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...in conjunction with which partners, if any. Taking music as a convenient example, I am sure that we are just as pleased to see the success of the Apple iTunes Store, for example, as we are with the Nokia Comes with Music initiative or any deal done between the record labels and ISPs. I do not think that the amendment is necessary or useful, and suggest that the existing text does the job...

Written Answers — Duchy of Lancaster: Departmental Mobile Telephones (20 May 2009)

Tom Watson: ...2009, Official Report, columns 392-93W, to the right hon. Member are given in the table: Make Model Number Sony Ericsson P990i 1 Sony Ericsson K530i 1 Motorola Raza 1 Nokia 6822 1 Nokia 6300 1 Nokia 6230 2 Nokia 3109 2 Blackberry 8800 3 Blackberry 7130v 1 Blackberry 8100 1

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