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Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury

Liberal Democrat Peer (21 Jul 2004 – current)

Ed Vaizey

Former Independent MP for Wantage (5 May 2005 – 6 Nov 2019)

Margaret Hodge

Labour MP for Barking (19 Jun 1994 – current)

Shaun Woodward

Former Labour MP for St Helens South and Whiston (1 May 1997 – 30 Mar 2015)


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Covid-19: Economy - Motion to Consider (4 Jun 2020)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...of a new way of living together.” The Countryside Alliance says that while we must support those communities and services worst impacted —several noble Lords highlighted the problems of the creative industries, the hospitality sector and tourism—we must ensure that no part of the UK is left behind, especially seaside and rural areas. One of the persistent failures of Governments so...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Covid:19: Tourism Sector (4 Jun 2020)

Oliver Dowden: The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right to highlight the rich value of culture both to individuals and to our wider economy in the creative industries. I have been engaging extensively with arts organisations and others. That is why I have appointed Neil Mendoza as a cultural renewal commissioner to come up with proposals in this area. I am absolutely determined that, as we go through this...

Written Answers — Treasury: Members: Correspondence (4 Jun 2020)

Patrick Grady: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, when he plans to respond to the letter of 6 April 2020 from the hon. Member for Glasgow North, reference number PG15057, on support for people working in the creative sectors during the covid-19 outbreak.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Theatres: Tax Allowances (4 Jun 2020)

Caroline Dinenage: The Secretary of State, Ministers and officials continue to consult the creative and cultural sectors extensively to ensure they fully understand the potential impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak on the sector. DCMS is regularly engaging with HMT to establish the impact Covid-19 has had on the cultural sector and to ensure the needs of the cultural sector are factored into the developing...

Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (3 Jun 2020)

Damian Collins: ...do. The executive of the Football League has no real power, as these people report back to the chairmen. Therefore, an independent body to oversee all that could be important. We need to think of a creative solution that will not only provide financial stability, but create reform in the finances of football to put these clubs on a more even keel and create an opportunity for community...

Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Jun 2020)

Boris Johnson: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman. We are certainly looking at all sorts of packages—creative ideas—to help the tourism industry over the winter period so that its winter, as it were, can continue to be a kind of summer once we can get things open again. There are all sorts of packages that we will be bringing forward, but I do not want to extend some of the schemes that we currently have.

EU: British Musicians - Question (3 Jun 2020)

Baroness Barran: ...Symphony Orchestra are crucial to our soft power. We are doing everything in these negotiations, and more broadly, to build the UK’s presence globally, with help from organisations such as the Creative Industries Council and others. In relation to the particular strains due to Covid he will be aware that we have announced a cultural renewal task force, which is already busily looking at...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Supporting Small Businesses: Supporting Small Businesses (3 Jun 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...are some sectors that can actually come out of lockdown quicker, construction being a good example, agriculture being a good example. There are others that simply cannot: hospitality, culture, creative industries and some of retail. The Government has to realise we do not want to inadvertently be giving people an incentive to get back out there to allow the virus to spread prematurely...

Direct Payments to Farmers (Crop Diversification Derogation) (England) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Consider (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Redfern: ...and growers must be the cornerstone of preserving and restoring our soil, which is the basis for the good food we grow, as well as for the production of feed, silage, et cetera. Supporting good creative management is essential, because we need more land for food production now, as we exit the EU and look to be more self-sufficient in the future.

Direct Payments to Farmers (Crop Diversification Derogation) (England) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Consider (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Redfern: ...and growers must be the cornerstone of preserving and restoring our soil, which is the basis for the good food we grow, as well as for the production of feed, silage, et cetera. Supporting good creative management is essential, because we need more land for food production now, as we exit the EU and look to be more self-sufficient in the future.

Covid-19: Television Licences - Question (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury: I am sure the Minister agrees that the BBC has once again proved invaluable at a time of crisis. Does she not accept that when jobs in the creative sector are in such severe jeopardy, allowing the continued loss of funds for the BBC will severely harm any recovery there? Does she accept that this policy actually penalises the licence fee payer twice over, both in paying the concession and in...

Covid-19: Television Licences - Question (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury: I am sure the Minister agrees that the BBC has once again proved invaluable at a time of crisis. Does she not accept that when jobs in the creative sector are in such severe jeopardy, allowing the continued loss of funds for the BBC will severely harm any recovery there? Does she accept that this policy actually penalises the licence fee payer twice over, both in paying the concession and in...

Written Answers — Treasury: Statutory Sick Pay: Coronavirus (2 Jun 2020)

Daisy Cooper: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of providing (a) income protection and (b) access to statutory sick pay for freelancers in the creative industries.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Listed Buildings: Risk Assessment (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Barran: ...Monuments and Protected Wreck Sites – that are deemed to be at risk of damage or destruction (whether by human interventions or natural processes). It also helps to focus efforts to find creative solutions, and provides opportunities to celebrate successful outcomes. The last five years have seen a steady net decline in the number of entries in the Heritage at Risk Register, from 5,478...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Theatre: Coronavirus (28 May 2020)

Caroline Dinenage: ...measures already announced by the Government and to ensure immediate resilience of this vital sector. £90 million is being made available to National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) and Creative People and Places (CPPs) lead organisations. £50 million is being made available to organisations that are not in receipt of regular funding from the Arts Council in order to maintain their...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Arts: Coronavirus (28 May 2020)

Jonathan Gullis: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what steps his Department is taking to support (a) the creative industries and (b) workers in those industries during the covid-19 outbreak.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Festival of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (27 May 2020)

Caroline Dinenage: The Department remains committed to delivering Festival 2022 which will showcase the UK’s unique strengths in creativity and innovation, and celebrate our place in the world in the 21st century. The Festival is currently in its development phase and Martin Green (Chief Creative Officer) is leading work collaboratively with the devolved administrations. We expect Festival 2022 will offer...

Scottish Parliament: Children (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (27 May 2020)

Liam McArthur: ...views needs to be strengthened. Without this, the Bill may make very little difference in practice, particularly in relation to hearing the views of younger children where specific skills and more creative methods are required.” In cases that are covered by section 11 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995, advocacy support is crucial to ensuring that every child has the best chance to have...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 2) Bill: Second Stage (26 May 2020)

Jonathan Buckley: I thank the Minister for giving way and for his willingness to look at creative solutions, whether it is FDI or something else. He will bear witness to the fact that cutting the rates bill, although it might be something for some to shout about, for businesses during COVID-19 is crucial to their survival post-COVID. That is a perfect example of how creative thinking on taxation can help...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: COVID-19 Response (26 May 2020)

Nichola Mallon: ...DVA services have been suspended. I can assure Members that each will be considered, risk-assessed and resumed as soon as it is safe to do so. The focus of my Department's work has been on finding creative solutions to problems arising from COVID-19. I am proud that my team has been able to deliver so much over the past number of months. On roads, we have focused on emergency repair work....


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