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Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (22 Oct 2019)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...social and creative skills. Are the Government taking on board the recommendations of the Durham commission, which so cogently set out the case for creative skills? Above all, the black cloud of Brexit looms over the thriving tech and digital sector. What can the Government tell us about their preparations to seek data adequacy, which is so important for the tech and digital industries?

Brexit: Movement of People in the Cultural Sector (European Union Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (15 May 2019)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...have been eloquent about the damage that has already been caused in the cultural sector, particularly through the uncertainty caused by, in a sense, the lack of government policy and the delay over Brexit. Throughout the debate they unpacked a very inspiring and interesting range of organisations that they were connected with. My noble friend Lady Pinnock talked about Huddersfield...

Patents (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 - Motion to Approve (6 Feb 2019)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...that I saw in the ABPI’s briefing was: “The signal the Government has sent to global pharmaceutical companies large and small is that the UK will be less committed to IP protection after Brexit than it has been to date”. For a major industry to consider that seems extremely damning. As the noble Lord, Lord Warner, pointed out, the Minister said that it is correct to raise these...

Intellectual Property (Exhaustion of Rights) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 - Motion to Approve (6 Feb 2019)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...am pleased that we are now debating them on the Floor of the House. I referred in Committee to what my noble friend Lord Tyler said about the critical importance of effective and timely scrutiny of Brexit-related secondary legislation. We have to do this properly. I noticed that the tag in front of this business is “Business expected to be brief”, but we do still have a few loose ends,...

Trade Bill - Committee (4th Day) (4 Feb 2019)

Lord Clement-Jones: ..., which caters for creative workers such as musicians, actors or artists who are working and touring in the UK, will continue. This is welcome but, again, without the right reciprocal provisions, Brexit is likely to make touring much more difficult for musicians and crews to move across Europe. Increased red tape will make it harder to promote music overseas. Then, if the withdrawal...

Visas: Certificates of Sponsorship - Question (13 Sep 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...summer music festivals such as Glastonbury, Edinburgh, Glyndebourne, Reading and Leeds. Is this the hostile environment we can now expect for all artists—whether they are EU citizens or not—if Brexit takes place? Is the Home Office now dictating our cultural and creative exchanges?

Brexit: Creative Sector - Question (20 Jun 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: My Lords, has the Minister read the document from the Intellectual Property Office entitled IP and Brexit: The Facts? There are no facts in it. It says that the Government recognise the concerns of IP professionals, and recognise that owners of registered community design rights “want clarity”. On trademarks, it says that the Government, “is looking at various options”, and similarly...

Artificial Intelligence - Statement (26 Apr 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...as mentioned by the noble Lord, Lord Stevenson—off-the-shelf or not—being initially financed is the absolute bare minimum required. Then again, we are heavily dependent on skilled EU workers. A Brexit brain drain is already threatening the UK tech sector, which relies heavily on foreign talent from the EU. DeepMind is already setting up a laboratory in Paris because of that. We need...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Telecommunications: Regulation (16 Apr 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...what plans they have to update the regulation of the electronic communications sector in a manner which will avoid imposing additional complexity on British companies trading across Europe after Brexit; and whether those plans are dependent on whether the EU Electronic Communications Code is implemented during the transition period after the UK leaves the EU.

Brexit: Fashion Industry - Question (15 Mar 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...assessment they have made of the impact on the fashion and other design-based industries of the potential loss of European unregistered design rights for United Kingdom-generated designs following Brexit.

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (6th Day) (12 Mar 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...It is vital to many key sectors—manufacturing, retail, health, information technology and financial services in particular—that the free flow of data between ourselves and the EU continues post Brexit with minimum disruption. With an increasingly digital economy, this is critical for international trade. TechUK, TheCityUK, the ABI, our own European Affairs Sub-Committee and the UK...

Brexit: Audio-visual Services - Question (29 Jan 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the ability of United Kingdom audiovisual services to take advantage of the European Union country of origin rules after Brexit.

Brexit: Audio-visual Services - Question (29 Jan 2018)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...channels based here which are broadcast to the EU and get the benefit of a single regulator in the form of Ofcom. The Creative Industries Federation states, in its report today on global trade and Brexit: “To ensure the UK remains a leading hub for international broadcasters, the continued mutual recognition of broadcasting licences between the UK and EU Member States is imperative”....

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (13 Dec 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...Only today, the noble Baroness, Lady Williams, prayed in aid a recital in an earlier rather useful debate on Clause 13. We really need to know what the status of these recitals is both pre and post Brexit. Is it that of an immediate aid to interpretation or an integral part of the law, or is it more like that of a Pepper v Hart statement, to be used only when the meaning is not clear in...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Report (2nd Day) (13 Dec 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...change after that or not? If we are relying on that kind of interpretation, we need to have a pretty clear idea and a pretty good statement from the Government that it will continue after Brexit. Where I am still unpersuaded and thought the argument was not really as good as it could have been was over my Amendment 41, on recital 71. Children are not adequately drawn into the legislation...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Drugs: Intellectual Property (20 Nov 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: To ask Her Majesty's Government what incentives, if any, they plan to introduce to ensure that, following Brexit, firms continue to develop intellectual property in the UK, including for paediatric products and orphan medicines; and whether, in so doing, they will take into account any recommendations arising out of the European Commission’s current analysis of intellectual property...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued) (13 Nov 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: .... To me, “solely”, in the ordinary meaning of the word, does not mean that human intervention is there at all, and that is a real worry. The writ of the article 29 working group may run until Brexit but, frankly, after Brexit we will not be part of the article 29 working group, so what interpretation of the GDPR will we have when it is incorporated into UK domestic law? If those rights...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (30 Oct 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: My Lords, I thank the Minister for that interesting exposition, which ranged from now into the future. He has given a vision of the post-Brexit shape of our data protection legislation. Extraterritoriality will apply even though the language used may be that of the applied GDPR as opposed to the GDPR itself—just to be confusing, perhaps as much as the Minister confused us. I want to be...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (1st Day) (30 Oct 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...is the concern in many sectors—manufacturing, retail, health, information technology and financial services in particular—that the free flow of data between ourselves and the EU continues post Brexit with minimum disruption. With an increasingly digital economy, this is critical for international trade. We have been briefed by techUK, TheCityUK, the ABI, our own Lords EU affairs...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (Continued) (29 Jun 2017)

Lord Clement-Jones: My Lords, I am afraid that there is precious little to welcome in the Queen’s Speech for our arts and culture and our creative industries. The Creative Industries Federation, in its Brexit report published last autumn, reinforced by its recent report, Our Red Lines on Brexit, rightly stated: “Talent and skills are fundamental to the UK’s creative success. It is vital we continue to...


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