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Results 1–20 of 848 for speaker:Julian Knight

Online Harms Legislation (13 Feb 2020)

Julian Knight: (Urgent Question): To ask the Minister for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport if he will make a statement on the Government’s plans for online harms legislation.

Online Harms Legislation (13 Feb 2020)

Julian Knight: I thank the Minister for his initial response. A regulator is nothing without the ability genuinely to disrupt the business practices of a firm that it is regulating. What assurances can he give the House that the proposed Ofcom plus regulator can genuinely bring social media companies to account with simply a bit of public shaming and fines? Does he agree that there needs to be a tech levy...

Online Harms Legislation (13 Feb 2020)

Julian Knight: (Urgent Question): To ask the Minister for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport if he will make a statement on the Government’s plans for online harms legislation.

Online Harms Legislation (13 Feb 2020)

Julian Knight: I thank the Minister for his initial response. A regulator is nothing without the ability genuinely to disrupt the business practices of a firm that it is regulating. What assurances can he give the House that the proposed Ofcom plus regulator can genuinely bring social media companies to account with simply a bit of public shaming and fines? Does he agree that there needs to be a tech levy...

Paterson Inquiry (4 Feb 2020)

Julian Knight: I thank the Minister and shadow Minister for the tone and content of their comments. Scores of women and their families in Solihull have been dramatically affected by Paterson, who chose—for want of a better word—to experiment on his patients, seemingly for personal profit, ruining and shortening lives. They want to know that this can never happen again, with proper measures taken and...

Prime Minister: Engagements (22 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: Solihull is next to Britain’s second biggest city, yet many of my constituents—myself included—struggle to get adequate broadband, which is something that is repeated across the House. Does the Prime Minister agree that this is a matter that needs intense parliamentary scrutiny, and will he commit to put the Government’s shoulders to the wheel to get providers to improve our...

High Speed 1: Rolling Stock: Economy and Society: Contribution of Music (21 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: The hon. Gentleman is making a very good speech on this important topic. I am almost certain that he has read the report the Select Committee on Digital, Culture, Media and Sport published in the 2017-19 Parliament. Does he agree that although live music may seem healthy on the surface, there are still serious issues there, and does he agree with that report that we should look at business...

Economy and Jobs (20 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: On my right hon. Friend’s point about investing in new technology and in the future, will he confirm that the Government remain committed to the 2018 automotive sector deal on funding for research into and the development of the infrastructure necessary to support connected and autonomous vehicles? That is a matter of great concern to my constituents and the wider west midlands.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Driverless Vehicles: Research (20 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, with reference to the 2018 Automotive Sector Deal, what steps her Department is taking to (a) allocate and (b) facilitate funding for research and infrastructure for (i) connected and (ii) autonomous vehicles; and if will she make a statement.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Driverless Vehicles: Research (20 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what progress her Department has made on the development of test tracks for (a) connected and (b) autonomous vehicles to ensure that the UK is a global leader in that sector; and if will she make a statement.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Commonwealth Games 2022: Benefits to West Midlands (16 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: What steps her Department is taking to ensure that the 2022 Commonwealth games deliver benefits throughout the west midlands.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Commonwealth Games 2022: Benefits to West Midlands (16 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: The Minister has proven a doughty champion for the Birmingham Commonwealth games. Will he take up his not inconsiderable cudgels once again and ask the Chancellor to provide the money requested by our regional Mayor, Andy Street, to fund the trade, tourism and investment programme to herald the start of these magnificent games?

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Australia: Fires (14 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what assistance the UK Government is providing to the Australian Government while it tackles the effects of the wildfires in that country.

Written Answers — Home Office: Fires: Australia (14 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether she plans to use UK fire resources to assist Australia in tackling the bushfires in that country.

Football Association and Bet365 (9 Jan 2020)

Julian Knight: I sense the frustration of the Minister and the whole House that he has had to come to the Dispatch Box again to explain the actions of these clowns at the Football Association. Does he agree that this is more than goes on in other sports, because the national game permeates right through our society and we must therefore take it absolutely seriously? Will he widen his discussions to look at...

Debate on the Address: The Climate Emergency (17 Oct 2019)

Julian Knight: I have two things to declare. First, I am the vice-chair of the all-party group on fair fuel for UK motorists and UK hauliers. Secondly, on a more personal note, I was recently diagnosed with cough variant asthma, which was quite a shock. Eighteen months previously, I was climbing up the Mont Blanc stage of the Tour de France, and then I was in a Mongolian clinic—of all places—struggling...

Racism in Football (15 Oct 2019)

Julian Knight: I watched my first football match in 1977, and it took until 1990 for us to see anti-racism messages coming out in our football. I know the Minister will agree that it has taken UEFA and FIFA far too long to get a grip on this issue. The fact that this is the first time the protocol has been enacted indicates that those two bodies have not taken this issue seriously enough. The Minister is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (1 Oct 2019)

Julian Knight: I am sure whatever cachet I had has now been completely ruined; thank you, Mr Speaker. There are reports that the Government are looking at bringing forward the date of the banning of diesel and petrol cars. Does the Chancellor share my concerns about the fiscal damage of lower new car sales, the lack of electric car infrastructure and the negligible impact that such a virtue-signalling move...

Petition - Morrisons Supermarket Shirley (26 Sep 2019)

Julian Knight: After two days of verbal perambulations in this place, we have finally come to the main event. I rise to register my constituents’ deep concerns about the proposals to close the Morrisons store in Shirley. The Shirley store has served our community for over 14 years. It employs almost 100 people and is relied upon by many in the surrounding area. I thank our local Shirley councillors,...

Prorogation of Parliament — [Joan Ryan in the Chair] (9 Sep 2019)

Julian Knight: As ever, my hon. Friend is doing sterling work in presenting the petitions. The hon. Member for Hornsey and Wood Green (Catherine West) mentioned the number of 100,000; he mentioned the number of 1.1 million—those people who signed the first petition. I have another number for him: 17,410,742. That is the number of people who voted to leave the EU, but due to parliamentary artifice, they...


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