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Air and Water Pollution: Impact - Motion to Take Note (26 Oct 2017)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: ...bells ring. We are only now beginning to understand the full consequences of the public health crisis. But it seems that the only place where alarm bells are not ringing is in government. When has Jeremy Hunt or Michael Gove made a major speech acknowledging the public health threat? Why is there not a huge national public awareness campaign? Why has a new clean air Bill not been urgently...

Arts and Culture: Economic Regeneration — Question for Short Debate (29 Jan 2013)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: ...his department and DCLG to seek to ensure that arts provision in the most deprived areas is protected? Then there is the issue of corporate giving, initiated by the previous Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt. My noble friend Lady Quin referred to this. His idea was that the shortfall would be filled by boosting philanthropy. In fact, as we have heard, the contrary is the case. Figures...

Media Oversight: Transfer of Responsibilities — Question (5 Jul 2012)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: Does the Minister recognise that the events of recent weeks mean that Jeremy Hunt no longer commands the confidence of the media or the public in dealing with media regulation? How much longer will the department be expected to limp along with a Secretary of State in limbo waiting for a reshuffle? Do not the arts, culture and sports organisations in this country need better leadership?

Media Ownership — Question (23 May 2012)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: My Lords, can the Minister confirm when the long-promised communications Green Paper will be published? Can she clarify whether there is any truth in the media reports that Jeremy Hunt is so busy preparing for the Leveson inquiry that he has had to put the Green Paper on the back burner? If that is the case, does it not underline our view that it is time to let someone else get on with the job?

Creative Industries — Debate (3 Nov 2011)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: be a talented and effective new recruit to the growing band of us who care about the arts. As I reflected on what I might say today, it occurred to me that I had not read or heard much from Jeremy Hunt on this issue for a while, so I thought that I ought to check. I looked on the DCMS website under the creative industry section and there was nothing. There were no speeches or press...

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