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Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Rights (1 Feb 2023)

Sarah Olney: I beg to move, That this House has considered the potential impact of artificial intelligence on intellectual property rights for creative workers. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Robertson. I am delighted to have secured a debate on such an important and dynamic topic. The rapid rise of artificial intelligence seemingly knows no bounds. Each week, a new AI tool is...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 36 (31 Jan 2023)

Baroness O'Loan: ...of the Bill. I agree that we have seen limited measures for immunity in Northern Ireland. We saw, for example, the legislative provisions which allowed the information to be supplied for the recovery of the remains of the disappeared, in which situation the information provided could not be used for a prosecution. We also saw the decommissioning of arms, the information gathered as a...

Lachin Corridor and Nagorno-Karabakh (24 Jan 2023)

Tim Loughton: I beg to move, That this House has considered closure of the Lachin Corridor and the humanitarian situation in Nagorno-Karabakh. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Hollobone. I am very pleased to see such a strong turnout for a subject that many of us have struggled to pronounce, let alone spell. I declare an interest: I am the chair of the all-party parliamentary group for...

Probation Service: Chief Inspector’s Reviews into Serious Further Offences (24 Jan 2023)

Damian Hinds: We seek to ensure that the categorisation and risk assessment of every individual is as accurate as it can be. In truth, in humanity there is no neat high, medium and low distinction between different individuals. Those who have been relatively low risk can become relatively high risk. We see that with many people over time. I am focused on making sure that within the service, there is the...

The Importance of the Relationship Between the United Kingdom and India - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Parekh: ...and technology. All this is fine. However, in my four minutes, I want to concentrate on what I would like to see in the framework but do not. I say this as someone who was invited by the Indian Government to be the vice-chancellor of one of India’s largest universities. I went there and headed the university for three years. Since then, I have gone there regularly and have been deeply...

International Development Committee (19 Jan 2023)

Sarah Champion: I welcome this opportunity to make a Select Committee statement marking today’s publication of the Government’s response to the International Development Committee’s inquiry and report on atrocity prevention. I would like to thank the Committee Members, staff and specialist advisers, and all who gave evidence. Next week we mark Holocaust Memorial Day. The horror, loss and trauma of Nazi...

Commercial Breeding for Laboratories — [Clive Efford in the Chair] (16 Jan 2023)

Emma Hardy: ...Elliot Colburn) on his excellent opening speech. It might come as a surprise—it certainly did to me—that animal experimentation is on the increase in the UK. As we have heard, according to the Government’s own figures, in 2021 over 3 million scientific procedures were conducted on animals in Great Britain, which is an increase of 6% on 2020. The use of dogs increased by 3%, cats by...

Ukraine: Update (16 Jan 2023)

Ben Wallace: ...John Healey) and his party for their support, which, as he said, has been ongoing and enduring throughout this process. That is what allows the UK to be prominent in standing tall for international human rights and defending Ukraine. The right hon. Gentleman asked what scale of support Ukraine will need; I cannot be too specific, as I do not want to set out to the Russian Government the...

Iran (12 Jan 2023)

Matthew Offord: ...Blackman) on securing this debate and ensuring that the issue remains on the political agenda. I draw the House’s attention to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. Iran’s Human Rights Activists News Agency has reported that at least 516 protesters have been killed in recent months by Iran’s security forces, many of whom have been buried in unmarked graves...

Christmas Adjournment (20 Dec 2022)

Richard Graham: It is a pleasure to follow so many speakers who have talked of successes and of subjects that are of interest to us all, such as artificial intelligence. However, these Christmas Adjournment debates also give us a chance to appreciate some of those who would not normally be mentioned, and there is no better way for me to start than by thanking those in the Gloucestershire health and care...

Ukraine (20 Dec 2022)

Ben Wallace: ...clear leadership. Britain has been at its best on this issue, which has helped to inspire other nations across Europe to lean in, whatever their politics. There have been many changes in the Governments across Europe—perhaps not as many as in ours, but a fair few—and whether they have gone from left to right or right to left, they have embraced the cross-party view that what is going...

National Security Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 23 (19 Dec 2022)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: ...of Policing will provide further advice to forces on the use of powers in respect of an area adjacent to a prohibited place or cordoned area. I can confirm that this is addressed directly in the Government’s response to the JCHR’s report at paragraph 52 and onwards, and I again thank the committee for its close consideration of this Bill. Amendment 24 adds a requirement that a police...

Illegal Immigration - Statement (14 Dec 2022)

...the whole House will agree that there is a complex moral dimension to illegal migration. The balancing of our duty to support people in dire need with the responsibility to have genuine control over our borders understandably provokes strong feelings. So it is my view that the basis for any solution should be not just what works but what is right. The simplest moral framing for this issue,...

Illegal Immigration (13 Dec 2022)

Rishi Sunak: ...the whole House will agree that there is a complex moral dimension to illegal migration. The balancing of our duty to support people in dire need with the responsibility to have genuine control over our borders understandably provokes strong feelings. So it is my view that the basis for any solution should be not just what works but what is right. The simplest moral framing for this issue,...

Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (12 Dec 2022)

Lord Winston: ...House, including the Constitution Committee and the committee on the Bill itself, there was widespread concern from everybody who looked at it. They clearly saw that it was imprecise, not entirely intelligible and of a particular, difficult and complex scientific nature; I agree with that. One of the problems I have in speaking to my amendments is that, to some extent, they must be...

National Security Bill - Second Reading (6 Dec 2022)

Baroness Ludford: My Lords, this has been a most interesting debate, not least due to the contributions from our national security, defence and intelligence professionals—or the securocrats, as the noble Lord, Lord Ricketts, collectively named them. As the noble Baroness, Lady Jones of Moulsecoomb, said, we have heard from people who actually know what they are talking about in this debate—unlike people...

Procurement Bill [HL] - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 91 (30 Nov 2022)

Lord Blencathra: ...and Lord Fox. I fully support the strong case that my noble friend Lord Alton has made regarding the links between Chinese surveillance camera suppliers Hikvision and Dahua Technology and the gross human rights violations taking place in Xinjiang. I congratulate my noble friend Lady Stroud on an excellent speech setting out all the answers to the questions the Government have posed as to...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (23 Nov 2022)

Lord Rogan: ...Ireland. Indeed, I am very proud of that. However, reaching agreement that day did not come without an incredible amount of pain, particularly for those individuals and families who lost loved ones over the previous three decades, or who suffered life-changing injuries. I lost many friends, as did other noble Lords taking part in the debate. As an Ulster Unionist, I thought of the Reverend...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Second Reading (23 Nov 2022)

Lord Caine: ...today as they were at the time they occurred. Widespread disruption, either as a result of terrorist activity or the security presence needed to counter it, was a daily fact of life. In this Government’s view, the main responsibility for this appalling legacy rests firmly with the terrorist organisations, both republican and loyalist, which between them caused some 90% of those...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: USA: Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (21 Nov 2022)

David Rutley: It is the longstanding policy of successive British Governments not to comment on intelligence matters. We have long been clear about our concerns over the malign activity of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The UK has designated almost 300 Iranian entities and individuals including in relation to human rights, nuclear proliferation and terrorism. This includes the designation...


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