Results 1–20 of 2000 for digital economy bill

Achieving Economic Growth (18 May 2022)

Anthony Browne: ...not without some reservations in certain circumstances. I serve on the Treasury Committee, where we take evidence from a range of different economists the whole time. The good news is that the UK economy is fundamentally strong. However, we have had too low growth for too long, and we are facing unprecedented challenges, as many people have mentioned. We have had a pandemic and a war, and...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 May 2022)

Lord Grimstone of Boscobel: ...channel, ensuring control of our borders and cracking down on people smugglers. Looking to the future, defence is modernising to counter these multiplying threats. We are investing an extra £24 billion over four years in our forces, providing them with state-of-the-art tanks, sixth-generation fighter jets and Dreadnought nuclear submarines. We have also launched the first space command in...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (17 May 2022)

Baroness Stedman-Scott: ...up in the right way so that we can deliver in an efficient and timely way for all parts of the UK, while we also focus on delivering front-line reforms that will improve lives: such as the Schools Bill that will level up standards in schools so they deliver for every child; by strengthening the academy trust system and supporting more schools to become academies; reforming attendance...

Scottish Parliament: Carbon Neutral Islands (17 May 2022)

Jamie Greene: ...question that we have just had; the price and availability of goods and services; access to vital healthcare such as general practice services and hospitals; housing, both its quality and stock; digital infrastructure; and education—not least the difficulties faced by islands in recruiting, training and retaining teachers. Business, too, must contend with the existential problem of...

Making Britain the Best Place to Grow Up and Grow Old (16 May 2022)

Sajid Javid: ...of our skills. The skills mission is a job for the whole of Government. In his opening speech, my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Education outlined our ambitions for the new Schools Bill to deliver a stronger schools system that works for every child, as talked about today by my hon. Friend the Member for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner (David Simmonds) when he spoke about...

Making Britain the Best Place to Grow Up and Grow Old (16 May 2022)

Sajid Javid: ...of our skills. The skills mission is a job for the whole of Government. In his opening speech, my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Education outlined our ambitions for the new Schools Bill to deliver a stronger schools system that works for every child, as talked about today by my hon. Friend the Member for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner (David Simmonds) when he spoke about...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (16 May 2022)

Lord Altrincham: ...you are all still here. I declare my interests as a regulated director of the Co-operative Bank in Manchester and South Molton Street Capital. I shall make a few remarks on the financial services Bill. My noble friend Lady Penn opened this debate with comments on that Bill. We might feel a little disheartened that we have to look at these things, particularly given the weight of business...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...outlined in the gracious Speech will help to make that part of the country and the rest of the UK safer, stronger and more prosperous. Noble Lords have rightly noted that there are more DCMS Bills in this Session than ever before, and I look forward to spending a lot of time at this Dispatch Box in the company of your Lordships. It speaks to the huge contribution that DCMS and the sectors...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...outlined in the gracious Speech will help to make that part of the country and the rest of the UK safer, stronger and more prosperous. Noble Lords have rightly noted that there are more DCMS Bills in this Session than ever before, and I look forward to spending a lot of time at this Dispatch Box in the company of your Lordships. It speaks to the huge contribution that DCMS and the sectors...

Scottish Parliament: Coronavirus (Recovery and Reform) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (12 May 2022)

Siobhian Brown: ...the debate on behalf of the COVID-19 Recovery Committee. I put on the record the committee’s thanks for the hard work and support of our clerking team. I will first provide an overview of how the bill has been scrutinised at stage 1, before I outline the committee’s key findings in its stage 1 report. The wide-ranging nature of the policy areas that are engaged by the bill arguably...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (11 May 2022)

Lord Mountevans: ...to the right reverend Prelate on his excellent maiden speech. I look forward to his future contributions. I very much look forward to studying the detail of the Levelling-Up and Regeneration Bill. As an island nation, the coastal communities are a vital gateway; 95% of goods entering or leaving the UK go by sea, 50% of our food arrives by sea, and eight out of 10 cars exported do so by...

Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice (11 May 2022)

Chi Onwurah: ...in 2022! What is the Government’s response? This Queen’s speech is remarkable for what is not in it, not what is: there is no emergency budget, with a windfall tax to get money off people’s bills, as Labour has called for; and it contains no employment Bill, although the Government promised one. We needed a real plan for growth to get our economy firing on all cylinders, with a...

Debate on the Address: [1st day] (10 May 2022)

Debbie Abrahams: ...on health in all policies, and we had a session on health inequalities with Professor Sir Michael Marmot a week or so ago. He described how the UK and the United States are outliers among advanced economies in terms of our life expectancy and our healthy life expectancy because the length of time that we are expected to live in good health is actually falling, and we should be really...

Queen’s Speech (10 May 2022)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...are already available in the Vote Office. The Gracious Speech was as follows: My Lords and Members of the House of Commons Her Majesty’s Government’s priority is to grow and strengthen the economy and help ease the cost of living for families. Her Majesty’s Government will level up opportunity in all parts of the country and support more people into work. Her Majesty’s Ministers...

Queen’s Speech (10 May 2022)

Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Chester, Earl of Carrick, Earl of Merioneth, Baron of Renfrew, Baron Greenwich, Lord of the Isles, Prince and Great Steward of Scotland: “My Lords and Members of the House of Commons, Her Majesty’s Government’s priority is to grow and strengthen the economy and help ease the cost of living for families. Her Majesty’s Government will level up opportunity in all parts of the country and support more people into work. Her Majesty’s Ministers will continue to support the police to make the streets safer, and fund the...

Scottish Parliament: Low-income Families (Access to School Education) (26 Apr 2022)

Michael Marra: ...home, food, child care and general child costs. Parents just need to do without to ensure the kids don’t.” That is a common experience across Scotland, and it is becoming ever more common as bills increase and household budgets are further squeezed. We know that the cost of living crisis is getting worse week by week and will continue to get worse in the autumn, when fuel prices are...

Online Safety Bill (19 Apr 2022)

Carla Lockhart: While long overdue, I welcome the Bill and welcome the fact that it goes some way to addressing some of the concerns previously raised in this House. I thank the Minister for his engagement and the manner in which the Government have listened, particularly on the issue of anonymity. While it is not perfect, we will continue to press for the cloak of anonymity, which allows faceless trolls to...

Computer Misuse Act 1990 — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (19 Apr 2022)

Jamie Wallis: ...Computer Misuse Act 1990. Before I begin, I draw Members’ attention to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests, and in particular to my stakeholding in a firm that has offered digital forensic services in the past, but which I understand does not plan to offer such services at least for the next three to five years. It is a pleasure to serve with you in the Chair, Sir...

Health and Care Bill - Commons Amendments and Reasons: Motion B (5 Apr 2022)

Lord Kamall: ...counterparts in the other place have recognised the legitimate role the Secretary of State has in service change and their accountability for it, in twice supporting the place of this clause in the Bill. We therefore think it is important to enable the Secretary of State to intervene with greater flexibility—but where that intervention is warranted. While the Secretary of State already...

Easter Adjournment (31 Mar 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...football club will listen to all those clubs and stop its plans to build this huge dangerous pier out into the river. I also hope the Minister can take this up with Ministers in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport so that we can talk about this and secure the future of the boat race. My second issue is wet wipes. My campaign to ban plastic in wet wipes continues. The...


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