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Written Answers — International Development: Country Engagement Plans (12 Jun 2006)

Gareth Thomas: ...Plain English. DFID Nepal produced a standard plan for key decision-makers along with one in cartoon strip format for audiences not comfortable with the written word. Whilst in Nigeria, DFID used a weblog as part of its consultation process and promoted the final Country Assistance Plan through the media in-country.

Scottish Parliament: Protection of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (17 Mar 2005)

Patrick Harvie: ...on, and that the law should be less tolerant of people who have a sex life without a piece of paper from the state. Similar concerns exist over the perfectly innocent use of chat rooms, websites, weblogs and online profiles by people who have no abusive intentions or history and who merely use such facilities either as part of their sex lives or to communicate with other consenting adults....

Parliament: Public Engagement ( 9 Feb 2005)

Lord Lucas: ...up to date. We have to face up to the fact that we are living in a world where technology makes possible things that were not possible before. As Peers, we ought to have personal websites, or even weblogs to make ourselves accessible to people outside. I note that Politico's offers free websites to Members of the other place, but not to Peers. That is something that we should put right. If...

United Nations (18 Jan 2005)

Lord Pearson of Rannoch: ...international virtue up to while Americans, Australians and others from their coalition were saving thousands of people? I can do no better than place on the record an extract from the "Diplomatic" weblog, run undercover by members of the US State Department. It is entitled, "The United Nations to the Rescue" and goes as follows: "The local correspondent of the Guardian newspaper has...

Premium Telephone Numbers (29 Jun 2004)

Mr Richard Allan: ...running up massive phone bills. ICSTIS has been helpful in briefing us, and it held a helpful meeting on the matter in the House last week. The Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum, to which one of my weblog readers pointed me last week, has also been helpful. It sent me some briefing material, including a helpful article on how to write one's own rogue dialler. The ICSTIS briefing on the...

Information Technology/Retail Crime (27 Jan 2004)

Stephen Timms: ...introducing this important subject. I pay tribute to him for engaging a large part of the technology community worldwide with the business of the House through his remarkable and widely renowned weblog. My hon. Friend rightly referred to the scale of retail crime—over £2 billion in 2002. The British Retail Consortium annual retail crime survey, to which he referred, tells us that some...


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