Results 1–20 of 2000 for digital economy act

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Government Delivery (21 Jul 2022)

Boris Johnson: ...exit, we have been seizing the opportunities that come with this new freedom. We have signed three major new trade deals with Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, supporting food, drink and manufacturing exports as well as digital trade, and taking our total number of FTAs to over 70, with negotiations underway on many more. We have selected eight locations for freeports, with two already...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for International Trade: Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTTP): Update (21 Jul 2022)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: ...on developments in negotiations over the course of recent months. This bloc of 11 countries represents around £9 trillion in GDP and includes some of the world’s largest current and future economies. Joining CPTPP puts Britain at the heart of a dynamic group of countries, as the world economy increasingly centres on the Pacific region. And as these economies grow, it is even more...

Written Ministerial Statements — Treasury: Finance Bill 2022-23 draft legislation and tax documents (20 Jul 2022)

Lucy Frazer: ...draft legislation will also refocus the reliefs towards Research & Development (R&D) in the UK and implement measures to improve compliance. The Government will limit overseas spending on subcontracted R&D and externally provided workers, with some limited exceptions. These changes will ensure the reliefs provide better targeted support for innovation in the UK. OECD Pillar 2 reforms: The...

Cost of Living Crisis: Wales — Caroline Nokes in the Chair (19 Jul 2022)

Gerald Jones: ...with the issues that matter to people. It is clear that the Government are out of touch, out of ideas and out of excuses. After 12 years of Conservative Government, we have a high-tax, low-growth economy, with the country suffering the biggest drop in living standards since records began, and the highest tax burden since world war two. The Government initially refused to implement...

BTEC Qualifications — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (18 Jul 2022)

Munira Wilson: ...in any given year. They are disproportionately taken up by students from poorer backgrounds, ethnic minorities, and those with special educational needs and disabilities, as the DFE’s own impact assessment has confirmed. The hon. Member for Luton South (Rachel Hopkins) and my hon. Friend the Member for Bath (Wera Hobhouse) have already cited the large percentage of white working-class...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection and Digital Information (18 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: I am repeating the following Written Ministerial Statement made today in the other place by my Honourable Friend, the Minister for Media, Data, and Digital Infrastructure, Matt Warman MP: Today, the Government is introducing the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill in the House of Commons. The Bill is being introduced after the Government published its response to the Data: A New...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection and Digital Information (18 Jul 2022)

Matt Warman: Today, the Government is introducing the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill in the House of Commons. The Bill is being introduced after the Government published its response to the Data: A New Direction consultation on 17th June 2022. We now have the opportunity to seize the benefits of Brexit and transform the UK’s independent data laws. We have designed these new updates to our...

150th Open Championship — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (13 Jul 2022)

Nigel Huddleston: ...the valuable contribution that golf makes to the UK tourism sector, alongside sport overall. The sporting calendar is one of this country’s many tourism assets. Our sporting events not only act as a springboard for promoting the UK at home and abroad, allowing us to celebrate the diverse range of destinations across the country that we have to offer, but also serve as a catalyst for the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Channel Four Television Corporation Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 (13 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: I am repeating the following Written Ministerial Statement made today in the other place by my Right Honourable Friend, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Nadine Dorries MP: The Channel Four Television Corporation (C4C) Report and Financial Statements 2021 have today been laid before Parliament. The 2021 annual report shows that C4C performed well last year,...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Channel Four Television Corporation Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021 (13 Jul 2022)

Nadine Dorries: ...before Parliament. The 2021 annual report shows that C4C performed well last year, delivering on its remit and obligations and reporting a strong set of results, particularly in terms of growth in digital revenue and viewers. To enable C4C to continue to build on this success over the long term, it needs greater access to capital and the option to make and own content to ensure it has the...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 7 - Duties regarding user-generated pornographic content: regulated services (12 Jul 2022)

John Nicolson: ...—the Centre to End All Sexual Exploitation—and Ceri Finnegan of Barnardos for their support. The UK Government have taken some steps to strengthen protections on pornography and I welcome the fact that young teenagers will no longer be able to access pornography online. However, huge quantities of extreme and harmful pornography remain online, and we need to address the damage that it...

Australia Free Trade Agreement - Motion to Take Note (11 Jul 2022)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: ...to consider whether our ability and our powers to scrutinise negotiating objectives and the resultant deal are sufficient for the task given to us. Beginning with the first of those points, the actual deal: how do we assess it? The International Agreements Committee welcomes the agreement, especially the provisions facilitating trade in services, including financial and legal services;...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Bingo (7 Jul 2022)

Nigel Huddleston: During his appointment as Minister for Technology and the Digital Economy, Chris Philp MP did not visit any bingo halls. As part of the Review of the Gambling Act 2005, he carefully considered evidence submitted by the bingo industry and held a roundtable discussion, which included the Bingo Association and industry representatives, on 24 November 2021. Officials from the department also...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Linking the Foreign Interference Offence to the Online Safety Bill (6 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: I am repeating the following Written Ministerial Statement made today in the other place by my Honourable Friend, the Minister for Tech and Digital Economy, Chris Philp MP: This is a joint statement with the Home Office. Some states seek to further their strategic interests by going beyond overt political influence towards more covert influencing activity. These ‘interference’ activities...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 45 (29 Jun 2022)

Lord Northbrook: ..., I support this group. I was initially rather astonished by the Minister’s lame response at Second Reading that the Government will not make public their investigation into the effect of the Digital Economy Act 2017. Investigating the subject further, I read the respected Centre for Economics and Business Research document on the matter. It says that the Government’s electronic...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 20 (29 Jun 2022)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...reforms on the treatment of certain expired code agreements that are up for renewal, as had been set out in the previous consultation. Again, Clauses 61 to 63 expand the agreements covered by the Digital Economy Act 2017 to extend to areas previously exempted from the renewal procedures of the 2017 Act, specifically those covered by Business Tenancies (Northern Ireland) Order 1996 and the...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (28 Jun 2022)

Rachael Maskell: ...addressing the inequalities and disparities across the country. Therefore, it is crucial that in clause 1 of the Bill we talk about what we are going to be focusing on. The National Health Service Act 1946—right up to the Lansley changes in 2012—talked about all the areas in which healthcare would be delivered. When that was taken out, we suddenly saw a postcode lottery. I certainly do...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 193 - Commencement and transitional provision (23 Jun 2022)

Alex Davies-Jones: .... It is also worth drawing colleagues’ attention to the history of issues, which have been brought forward in this place before. We know there was reluctance on the part of Ministers when the Digital Economy Act 2017 was on the parliamentary agenda to commence the all-important part 3, which covered many of the provisions now in part 5. Ultimately, the empty promises made by the...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 168 - Publication by OFCOM (23 Jun 2022)

Chris Philp: ...likely to bring it to the attention of any audience who are going to be affected by it. Ofcom is already familiar with this type of statutory obligation through existing legislation, such as the Digital Economy Act 2017, which places similar obligations on Ofcom. Ofcom is well versed in publishing documents in a way that is publicly accessible. Clause 168 puts the obligation on to a clear...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 170 - Repeal of Part 4B of the Communications Act (23 Jun 2022)

Chris Philp: ...as VSPs across to the online safety regime, which is broader and more effective in its provisions. The clause simply sets out the intention to repeal the VSP. Clause 171 repeals part 3 of the Digital Economy Act 2017. As we have discussed previously, the Online Safety Bill now captures all online sites that display pornography, including commercial pornography sites, social media sites,...


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