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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Gulf States: Human Rights Abuses - Motion to Take Note (24 Nov 2022)

Baroness Brinton: .... She fled to the UK in 2019, fearful of her safety, and had to go to the High Court to get the campaign of fear, intimidation and harassment to stop, which included threats, surveillance, phone hacking, buying properties opposite hers and his behaviour in litigation. The High Court judge found him to have been “abusive to a high, indeed exorbitant, degree”. There have also been...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 64 - Disclosure of information in the public interest likely to be relevant to the investigation of economic crime (24 Nov 2022)

Liam Byrne: ...turned up at a meeting in an underground car park between him and a former director of the Serious Fraud Office. There is no way they could have known that meeting was taking place unless they were hacking and bugging his phone, but that is the kind of intimidation that these individuals think is acceptable. Fourthly, these oligarchs will try to co-ordinate with others. Look at the way...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 141 - Cryptoassets: confiscation orders (22 Nov 2022)

Thomas Tugendhat: I do not want to know what they advertise to the right hon. Gentleman. They don’t do it by pigeon. The reality is that there are different ways in which people are trying to hack and attack, to steal from individuals in our country and around the world. That is why the work we are doing on the Joint Fraud Taskforce, which met yesterday, and on many other aspects of regulation, such as the...

Pensions Dashboards Regulations 2022 - Motion to Approve (15 Nov 2022)

Baroness Sherlock: ...from consumers who lose money as a result of making decisions which turned out to be based on wrong data? Can they go to the Pensions Ombudsman, the Financial Ombudsman Service or somewhere else? Hackers and scammers were raised by my noble friend Lord Davies. I assume the plan is to warn consumers to be aware of scammers, but is there a strategy in place to counter the risks of scams...

Tax Reform Commission (15 Nov 2022)

Liz Saville-Roberts: ...their three-year budget may well be £4 billion less in real terms than expected. Public sector budgets have been cut through the flesh and into the bone. There is nothing left for the Treasury to hack. Indeed, the Institute for Government has warned that, in virtually all cases, quick cuts to funding will result in worse services and the need to provide emergency funding at a later date....

Ukraine (14 Nov 2022)

Luke Pollard: ...protect our democracy and our allies, we must be absolutely determined to tackle disinformation, misinformation and those dark cyber-activities online. We are talking about not just state-sponsored hacking and cyber-attacks—that is one end of the spectrum—but all our constituents seeing things on their Facebook news feeds that are deliberately deployed and shared to try to split and...

National Security - Statement (2 Nov 2022)

Lord Paddick: ...had a meeting with a former member of the Russian KGB when he was Foreign Secretary, on his own, in a foreign country, without reference to officials. The previous Prime Minister had her phone hacked; and the current, and second but one, Home Secretary—the same person—used her own mobile phone to receive and transmit restricted documents. Does the Minister agree that the actions of...

Ministers: Government Business - Question (2 Nov 2022)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: But the system is not robust, as the Minister claims. The previous Prime Minister had her phone hacked. The Home Secretary leaked classified information and, during the early days of Covid, Johnson, the Prime Minister, used a phone that then was lost with all messages unobtainable. At this rate, we are going to have to ask the Russian secret services for all the details about where and when...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Mexico: Organised Crime (2 Nov 2022)

Fabian Hamilton: ...of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what recent discussions he has had with his Mexican counterpart on reports that Mexican military intelligence documents made public by hacking group Guacamaya has revealed that one or multiple organised crime groups were operating in 72 percent of Mexican territory in the last year.

Ukraine - Statement (1 Nov 2022)

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock: My Lords, the Minister will have seen reports that, when she was foreign secretary, Liz Truss’s telephone was hacked by the Russians, including her conversations with other world leaders including President Zelensky. In that way, the Russians might have gained important information. What information and advice are now being given to Ministers, particularly in the Foreign Office and the MoD,...

National Security (1 Nov 2022)

Stuart McDonald: incredibly seriously, he will appreciate that lots of questions are still outstanding about his colleagues. As we heard, the former Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary had her phone hacked, apparently revealing highly sensitive discussions and information. Her predecessor had his phone number freely available online for 15 years, and had a meeting with a former KGB agent without...

Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres (31 Oct 2022)

Alex Sobel: ...can the Home Secretary give the House that none of those emails was forwarded to third parties, and what investigations have been made to establish that those personal Gmail emails were not hacked by any foreign powers?

Freedom of Expression (Communications and Digital Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (27 Oct 2022)

Baroness Uddin: ...and then I am done. I appreciate the leniency of the House. Where the devices are becoming more accessible, how can we ensure freedom of speech for our citizens, considering the potential for hacking and stolen data? If much of our social activities move to the metaverse, how can we safeguard users against cyberbullying and sexual exploitation, particularly of children? How will the...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Examination of Witnesses (25 Oct 2022)

Andy Gould: Probably the most obvious area would be around ransomware, which is if you are an organisation and you get hacked and attacked and then lose access to all your files or systems, and then get a demand from a cyber-criminal saying, “Okay, if you want to get access back, you have to pay”—basically, an extortion demand. That extortion demand will virtually always be in...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: New Clause 14 - Requirement to register foreign influence arrangements (18 Oct 2022)

Holly Lynch: ...ago! One of the expert witnesses was former deputy national security adviser Paddy McGuinness. He stated, “Vladimir Putin’s intent, which is to have us off balance—is that if the Russians do hack into a political party’s servers and mess about within them, and maybe mess with the data or interfere, or if they play games with a technology platform that people rely on for information...

Health and Social Care Levy (Repeal) Bill (11 Oct 2022)

Richard Thomson: ...that instinct revealed in the decision to unapologetically lift the cap on bankers’ bonuses. We see it in the attempts to cut taxes for the richest, to give least to those who need it most and to hack back on the public services that enable people to live the best lives they possibly can, irrespective of their personal circumstances. We see it in the resulting economic chaos and the...

Sanctions (22 Sep 2022)

Richard Foord: ...sanctions and export control. I hope that in any slimming of the civil service in future months—we hear about the purported cuts of 91,000—the research collaboration advice team in BEIS is not hacked back, because it is doing crucial work on the enforcement of these sanctions.

Ukraine (22 Sep 2022)

Alex Sobel: ...Bryant), my hon. Friend the Member for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport (Luke Pollard) was with me in Kosovo a couple of months ago where we heard about a Russian disinformation, misinformation, and hacking centre that employs thousands of personnel in Serbia. Do we also need to take this fight to third countries that are facilitating Russian misinformation, disinformation and hacking,...

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (9 Sep 2022)

Lord Hacking: My Lords, I spoke in this House on 26 May in the humble Address to Her Majesty the Queen on her Platinum Jubilee. I said that I could think of her only as a young Queen, because my early memories of Her Majesty were of when she was very young, having ascended the Throne aged 25. These memories are indelible for me. Coming to this House today, I was thinking of my very first memory of Her...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 54 - Contracts (8 Sep 2022)

Holly Lynch: ...we can gain a clearer understanding of how that would be replicated with STPIMs. I am looking for reassurance on two fronts. The first is that we are not using contractors who are vulnerable to hacking or other forms of cyber-attack. There will be marked differences between the cohort of people currently subject to a form of monitoring—and even those subject to TPIMs—compared with...

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