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Public Bill Committee: Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill: Clause 2 - ARIA’s functions (20 Apr 2021)

Chi Onwurah: ...decisive decade, in which the world must avert the worst impacts of climate change, and ARIA could provide much-needed research to help advance the solutions that are necessary to decarbonise our economy rapidly and fairly. In addition, this year the UK will host the critical COP26 UN climate summit. Would it not be a fantastic message to say that our leading high-risk, high-reward agency...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 6 - Charge and main rate for financial years 2022 and 2023 (19 Apr 2021)

Sarah Olney: ...Many businesses have seen increases in revenue this year as indirect competitors have been forced to close or prevented from making their goods and services available. Any business that provided a digital or delivery service found an unexpected increase in demand compared with those that provided an in-person service. Why should the businesses that have profited from the pandemic not pay...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 6 - Charge and main rate for financial years 2022 and 2023 (19 Apr 2021)

Sarah Olney: ...Many businesses have seen increases in revenue this year as indirect competitors have been forced to close or prevented from making their goods and services available. Any business that provided a digital or delivery service found an unexpected increase in demand compared with those that provided an in-person service. Why should the businesses that have profited from the pandemic not pay...

Backbench Business: Adult Skills and Lifelong Learning — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (15 Apr 2021)

Rachael Maskell: ...people are abandoned to low literacy and numeracy skills, 6 million are without a GCSE or equivalent qualification—a decline of 87% under this Government—9 million are without the low-level digital skills necessary to navigate an increasingly digitalised society; 15% of 19-year-olds today do not have a level 2 qualification, and 60% do not have a level 3. Those people would have been...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (13 Apr 2021)

Kemi Badenoch: ...on the significant knowledge and experience they have gained outside the House. I will address as many points as I can, and I am sure we will consider in Committee those that I do not get to. The Bill’s first purpose is to protect jobs and livelihoods threatened by covid-19 by providing tax support to businesses and individuals. It boosts some of the hardest hit industries through...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (13 Apr 2021)

Kemi Badenoch: ...on the significant knowledge and experience they have gained outside the House. I will address as many points as I can, and I am sure we will consider in Committee those that I do not get to. The Bill’s first purpose is to protect jobs and livelihoods threatened by covid-19 by providing tax support to businesses and individuals. It boosts some of the hardest hit industries through...

Waste Incinerators (24 Mar 2021)

Robbie Moore: ...Agency decided to hold its supposedly open and transparent consultation right in the middle of a pandemic—a consultation, I might add, that took place wholly online, denying my residents with no digital connectivity or internet access the ability to contribute. That consultation contained over 50 documents for the general public to review, yet, due to the pandemic, those documents were...

Gaming Hardware (Automated Purchase and Resale) (24 Mar 2021)

Douglas Chapman: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to prohibit the automated purchase and resale of games consoles and computer components; and for connected purposes. I am sure that in the history of this Parliament, the pressing need to address the issue of scalping through legislative proposals has not been of regular concern to this House. However, I am here today to discuss this very...

Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill (23 Mar 2021)

Sarah Olney: ...technology felt almost threatening in a time of conflict revolving around nuclear weapons. A transformation has taken place over the last 35 years in public attitudes towards science. We have had a digital revolution. Here we are today, on the anniversary of the first lockdown of the pandemic, and in the last few months, scientific research and scientists have dominated the headlines with...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Civil Justice Modernisation (23 Mar 2021)

Naomi Long: ...some of life's most significant challenges, such as divorce, financial difficulties, injury or the death of a loved one. An effective civil justice system is an important part of a well-functioning economy, helping businesses and their customers to settle disputes quickly and effectively. While criminal justice often draws most attention, many more people come into contact with the civil...

Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill [Lords]: New Clause 1 - Duty to limit noise impacts (22 Mar 2021)

Mike Kane: I thank all hon. Members who have spoken or will speak on Report today, those who spoke on Second Reading or in Committee, as well as Members in the other place, for their work on the Bill. I remain certain of the requirement for this legislation. The Minister and I have a shared ambition for airspace modernisation in the United Kingdom. As I have said before, the country has been managing...

Forensic Science Regulator Bill - Second Reading (19 Mar 2021)

the Earl of Lindsay: My Lords, I thank the noble Lord, Lord Kennedy of Southwark, for introducing the Bill, which I warmly welcome as an important step in ensuring the quality, consistency and integrity of our forensic sciences across England and Wales. The Forensic Science Regulator—FSR—has been calling for statutory powers for many years to ensure that, through its codes of practice, there is a level...

British Library Board (Power to Borrow) Bill - Second Reading (19 Mar 2021)

Baroness Barran: My Lords, I thank my noble friend Lord Vaizey for bringing forward this Bill, which was successfully taken through the other place by my honourable friend Bim Afolami, the Member for Hitchin and Harpenden. I would also like to thank Dame Carol Black for the time she has given me in preparing for today’s debate. The Bill has had no amendments and enjoys government support. I also thank all...

Domestic Abuse Bill - Report (4th Day) (17 Mar 2021)

Lord Paddick: .... It would require the person appointed by the Secretary of State to conduct an investigation into whether such a link exists and for that person then to decide whether to implement Part 3 of the Digital Economy Act if that person thinks that implementing Part 3 would prevent domestic abuse. Part 3 of the Digital Economy Act is about preventing children under 18 from accessing online...

National Security and Investment Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 84 (16 Mar 2021)

Lord Callanan: ...are committed to supporting all UK businesses through the Covid period. The Government continue to provide extensive support to businesses to survive the pandemic, so far totalling over £280 billion, including through furlough, the Self-employment Income Support Scheme and business grants. However, I do not think that converting loans into equity stakes necessarily represents the best...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Welfare Support — Supporting Students (16 Mar 2021)

Caoimhe Archibald: ...pandemic, how they have or have not supported students and whether they really have all been in it together with their student tenants. Since last year, John O'Dowd and I have been raising with the Economy Minister the need for students to be supported. Sinn Féin Ministers have supported our calls for support. Last June, I think it was, additional money was allocated to the student...

Domestic Abuse Bill - Report (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 87A (15 Mar 2021)

Lord McColl of Dulwich: ..., I am very grateful to the Minister for meeting the noble Baroness, Lady Benjamin, and me to discuss our amendment. However, while we were pleased to learn more about the long-awaited online harms Bill, we remained just as baffled after the meeting as we had been before as to why Part 3 of the Digital Economy Act should not be implemented now, as has been mentioned by other speakers. I...

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (10 Mar 2021)

Chris Matheson: ...has done on supporting actors in getting back to work. Britain has some of the best culture and tourism that the world has to offer. We need the creative and cultural sector to recover and grow our economy. As a whole, DCMS businesses, excluding tourism, contributed £224 billion to the UK in 2018. A s the hon. Member for Clacton (Giles Watling) said, we would not have an NHS without our...

Maternal Mental Health — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (10 Mar 2021)

Maria Miller: ...those problems magnified. Other Members have already set out issues around isolation, anxiety and the need for proper, professional support, as identified by the excellent piece of work done by the Digital Engagement Team for the hon. Lady, which all of us who have been new mums can really relate to. I can only imagine how much more these issues can affect people when they have no family...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Pornography: Internet (10 Mar 2021)

Baroness Barran: The government will deliver the objective of the Digital Economy Act (DEA) to protect children from online pornography through the upcoming online safety legislation. When taking the decision not to commence the relevant provisions in the DEA, the government concluded that there should be a coherent and comprehensive approach to protecting children online. This will be best achieved through...


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