MPs in constituencies matching hack

Diane Abbott

Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington (11 Jun 1987 – current)

Meg Hillier

Labour/Co-operative MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch (5 May 2005 – current)

People matching hack

Mr William Hackblock

Former MP for Reigate (27 Mar 1857 – 2 Jan 1858)

Mr John Hackett

Former MP for Tipperary Mid (15 Jan 1910 – 25 Nov 1918)

Sir Douglas Hacking

Former MP for Chorley (14 Dec 1918 – 15 Jun 1945)

Wing Commander Edward Shackleton

Former MP for Preston South (31 Jan 1946 – 6 May 1955)

Mr David Shackleton

Former MP for Clitheroe (1 Aug 1902 – 28 Nov 1910)

Baroness Shackleton of Belgravia

Conservative Peer (22 Dec 2010 – current)

Lord Hacking

Labour Peer (19 Nov 2021 – current)

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Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Computer-related Offences (30 Jun 2005)

Bridget Prentice: The number of cases of computer hacking, fraud and theft recorded by the Lord Chancellor's Department and Department for Constitutional Affairs in each year since 2001–02 is as follows: 2001–02 Number (a) Hacking 2 (b) Fraud 0 (c) Theft 25 Illegal access by computer hackers in 2001–02 was (i) within the Department 1; (ii) outside the Department 1. Neither of the...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Warrants under this Part: general (19 Apr 2016)

Joanna Cherry: his submissions on these two amendments. As we have just reached part 5, I want to take the opportunity to make some general comments on it. Powers to conduct equipment interference—or “hack”, which is the more generally used term—are new; they do not exist in any previous legislation. They therefore require significant scrutiny, by the Committee and by parliamentarians...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (27 Jan 2015)

Communications: Press Regulation. 3:15 pm; Room 2, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 3.30pm) evidence will be heard on the above inquiry from Hugh Tomlinson QC, media law expert and Chair of the Hacked Off Board; Joan Smith, Executive Director, Hacked Off and phone hacking victim; and Dr Evan Harris, Associate Director, Hacked Off; (at approximately 4.10pm) from Paul Vickers, Chairman, Regulatory Funding Company; and (at approximately 4.40pm) from Martin Moore, Director,...

News Corporation/BSkyB Merger — Statement (30 Jun 2011)

Baroness Rawlings: My Lords, as I have said once or twice before from this Dispatch Box and to the noble Lord, Lord Prescott, we take hacking very seriously. It is a serious crime and no company is above the law. The Secretary of State has taken the view that News Corp has offered serious undertakings and has discussed them in good faith. Hacking, as I said, is a serious matter but it has been around for a very...

Business of the House (12 Mar 2015)

Philip Davies: May we have a debate on phone hacking at the Mirror Group? I am surprised that I need to ask for one, as I would have thought that the Leader of the Opposition, given his considerable previous interest in phone hacking, would have been all over this like a rash. In such a debate, we could find out why the Labour party needed a judge-led inquiry into phone hacking at the News of the World, but...

Scottish Parliament: Prime Minister (Meetings) (2 May 2012)

Ruth Davidson: Let us simplify this a little. We know that the former First Minister Jack McConnell and his children were hacked. We know that the current First Minister’s close parliamentary aide was hacked. Parliament and the people of Scotland deserve to be told whether the First Minister was hacked. The First Minister’s spokesman has repeatedly said that his boss will reveal all to the Leveson...

Opposition Day: Epsom and Walton Downs Regulation Bill [Lords] (24 Jan 1983)

Mr Clement Freud: ...not sitting. I am surprised that we have not had a petition asking us to have shorter sittings and to stop banging car doors at night. Racing and Epsom are synonimous. If there is as much room for hacking, let those hacks hack where there is space and where they do not interfere with valuable bloodstock in the very limited space provided on which race horses may gallop. The hon. Member...

Public Bill Committee: Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill: Interpretation (14 Nov 2017)

Clive Efford: That is fine, but if the vehicle has been hacked, the person paying out initially is opened up to a liability even though they are not at fault because they took all reasonable steps to prevent such hacking. However, no one else accepts responsibility because they too took reasonable steps to prevent the vehicle from being hacked. It is not unreasonable to require in the Bill that every...

Written Answers — Defence: Computer Crime (4 Jul 2005)

Don Touhig: ...2003, 2004 and 2005 are summarised in the following table: Incident type 2003 (1 January-31 December 2003) 2004 (1 January-31 December 2004) 2005 (1 January- 23 June 2005) Computer hacking incidents, comprising: 12 36 30 Computer network exploitation 0 2 1 External probe or scan 1 6 6 External unauthorised access (intrusion) 1 1 0 External unauthorised...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (2 May 2012)

Johann Lamont: ...Sun on Sunday. Is it not the truth that the First Minister’s relationship with Rupert Murdoch is preventing any real scrutiny of News International’s activities in Scotland? When the phone hacking scandal broke, the First Minister claimed that it was a London problem. Well, it is now well and truly on the First Minister’s doorstep. It is time that we had a proper inquiry here in...

Written Answers — Lord Chancellor: Computer Crime (24 Feb 2003)

Rosie Winterton: The number of cases of computer hacking, fraud and theft recorded by my Department in 2001–02 is: computer (a) hacking—2; (b) fraud—0; (c) theft—25. Illegal access by computer hackers in 2001–02 (i) within the Department—1; (ii) outside the Department—1. Neither of the hacking incidents caused damage to the Departmental computer systems.

Press Regulation (Communications Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (20 Dec 2016)

Baroness Hollins: Excuse me. I am not a member of Hacked Off. Hacked Off does not really have members. It has advised and briefed me, and it represents victims, but I am not a member of Hacked Off.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (6 Dec 2016)

Culture, Media and Sport: Dealing with complaints against the press. 10:30 am; Room 6, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Edward Bowles, representing Hacked Off Peter Jukes, representing Hacked Off Daisy Cooper, representing Hacked Off Jonathan Heawood, founder and Chief Executive, IMPRESS Walter Merricks CBE, Chairman, IMPRESS Sir Joseph Pilling, author of the external IPSO review David Wolfe QC, Chair of the Press Recognition Panel

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Leveson Report (22 Nov 2012)

Barry Sheerman: The Secretary of State will recall that the Leveson inquiry started as a result of the phone hacking scandal. Is she aware of recent evidence that journalists were using information like a trading commodity, one of them picking up the hack and then passing it to another to disguise the source of the hacking? Will Leveson cover that aspect?

Written Answers — Lord Chancellor: Computer Crime (31 Oct 2001)

Michael Wills: The number of cases of computer hacking, fraud and theft recorded by the Lord Chancellor's Department is as follows: 2000 2001 Computer (a) Hacking 2 2 (b) Fraud 0 0 (c) Theft 11 12 Illegal access by computer hackers (a) Within 0 1 (b) Outside 2 1 No protectively marked information was lost in the incidents of theft and the hacking...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Jun 2014)

Damian Collins: Andy Coulson’s conviction shows that the parliamentary inquiry into phone hacking, of which I was a member, was consistently misled by him and others over the extent of, and knowledge of, phone hacking at News International. Does the Prime Minister agree with me that our first concern should be to see redress for the victims of phone hacking and to uphold the democratic principle of a free...

Written Answers — House of Lords: House of Lords: Telephone Hacking (11 Aug 2011)

Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay: To ask the Chairman of Committees whether he will write to the officer in charge of the Metropolitan Police inquiry into phone hacking, on behalf of all Members of the House of Lords, to ask (1) which Members' telephones have been hacked on the evidence currently available, and (2) whether any Member can be notified immediately when evidence becomes available that their phone may have been hacked.

Energy and Climate Change: Newspapers (Surveillance Methods) (9 Jul 2009)

Richard Younger-Ross: In response to an earlier question, the Minister said that the offence could be punishable by a fine or imprisonment. Some cases of hacking are not punishable by imprisonment. I believe that, in 2007, the Prime Minister was considering expanding the application of imprisonment for offences such as hacking into the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, but dropped the proposal after receiving a...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (8 Mar 2012)

Willie Rennie: In the first edition of The Scottish Sun on Sunday, the First Minister played down the role of The Sun, the News of the World and News International in the phone hacking scandal. By using the defence, “It wasn’t just them—others did it, too,” the First Minister lent his support to Rupert Murdoch, yet was silent on the victims of phone hacking. Does the First Minister believe that...

Public Bill Committee: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill: Smart charge points (21 Mar 2017)

With this it will be convenient to consider new clause 7—Cyber Security and hacking of automated and electric vehicles— “The Secretary of State must, within the next 12 months, consult with such persons as the Secretary of State considers appropriate on what steps will be required for the effective cyber security of automated and electric vehicles to protect those vehicles against...

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