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Digital Economy Bill [HL] — Returned from the Commons (7 Apr 2010)

Digital Economy Bill [HL] — Returned from the Commons

Business of the House: Clause 4 — Obligation to notify subscribers of reported infringements (7 Apr 2010)

Tom Watson: ...states explicitly that those letters will not be taken into account until Ofcom has prepared its report and the technical measures stage is reached. Amendment 38-peculiarly, given that this is the Digital Economy Bill-is an analogue amendment. The Bill allows notifications to be sent either by post or by e-mail, but the amendment seeks to remove the capacity for them to be sent by e-mail....

Business of the House: Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (7 Apr 2010)

Digital Economy Bill [ Lords]

Business of the House: Finance Bill (7 Apr 2010)

John Redwood: ...Interests the fact that I advise an industrial and an investment company. This is a disgraceful end to a dreadful Parliament. Tonight, we are invited to hasten through the large and contentious Digital Economy Bill, which we were able to debate only briefly yesterday, revealing the degree of disagreement about it. At the same time, we are given a very short time to debate Second Reading of...

Business of the House (7 Apr 2010)

John Redwood: ...for the motion in the shambles giving no time for proper consideration. Is my hon. Friend of my opinion that never before has the House been asked to take the Second Reading of a big, contentious Bill, the Finance Bill, and Committee stage and all remaining stages of another big, contentious Bill, the Digital Economy Bill, on the same day, with lots of other business tabled as well? Is...

Business of the House: Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (6 Apr 2010)

Stephen Timms: Yes, I can. Clause 46 gives powers only to make amendments consequential on other parts of the Bill. The hon. Member for Mid-Worcestershire (Peter Luff)-I enjoyed his Committee's report on broadband, and I, too, would have liked the response to have been published by today-made important points in his report and speech about 2 megabits per second. I agree that about 10 per cent. of homes...

Business of the House: Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (money) (6 Apr 2010)

Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (money)

Business of the House: Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (ways and means) (6 Apr 2010)

Digital Economy Bill [ Lords] (ways and means)

British Film and Television Industries (Communications Committee Report): Motion to Take Note (6 Apr 2010)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ...Government. The committee is all too well aware of the profound technological and cultural changes in the media landscape over the past two decades. We are moving swiftly from the analogue to the digital world and film and television now operate in large multimedia markets which throw up a whole range of questions that we need to address. The fundamental question, of course, is that asked...

Business of the House (6 Apr 2010)

Harriet Harman: for this week will now be as follows: Wednesday 7 April-Consideration of a business of the House motion to facilitate business to prorogation, followed by remaining stages of the Bribery Bill [ Lords], followed by consideration in Committee and remaining stages of the Northern Ireland Assembly Members Bill [ Lords], followed by motion relating to the draft Misuse of Drugs Act...

Amendment of the Law (29 Mar 2010)

Greg Hands: I certainly will, and I thank my hon. Friend for the intervention. I also acknowledge the work of my hon. Friend the Member for Leominster (Bill Wiggin), who made some very strong points about cider at Environment, Food and Rural Affairs questions last Thursday. The voice from across the Conservative party has been unanimous in condemning the rise in duty. We should target strong,...

Amendment of the Law (25 Mar 2010)

Bill Wiggin: ..., stocking 18 types of cider all produced within 15 miles. This is locally produced cider being sold in a local pub to local people. That is the sort of model of sustainability that supports rural economies. It is something that the Government say should be encouraged, yet as soon as they get the opportunity, they torpedo all those good intentions with this savage increase in duty. That...

Business of the House (25 Mar 2010)

Harriet Harman: ...week is as follows: Monday 29 March-Continuation of the Budget debate. Tuesday 30 March-Conclusion of the Budget debate, followed by consideration of Lords amendments to the Personal Care at Home Bill. The business for the week commencing 5 April will include: Tuesday 6 April-Second Reading of the Digital Economy Bill [ Lords ], followed by consideration of Lords amendments to the...

Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill: Second Reading (24 Mar 2010)

Lord Gordon of Strathblane: My Lords, I hope to get the support of your Lordships' House by undershooting my time by at least a third. As the Minister said in opening the debate, this is a major Bill. As has been instanced in every speech so far, there is a great deal that most people would support in almost every clause, but I am afraid that I must side with the general view of the House that it is simply not right to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Ways and Means — Financial Statement (24 Mar 2010)

Alistair Darling: ...and difficult choices, and to take unprecedented actions. We had to decide whether to intervene to rescue the financial system or to stand on the sidelines, and whether we should support the economy, business and families, or let the recession take its course. The record shows that the right calls were made. Global recession has not turned into depression. Unemployment here in the UK has...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Internet (23 Mar 2010)

Lembit Öpik: ...for Business, Innovation and Skills whether his Department has made an assessment of the likely effects on small businesses which provide access to the internet of the provisions proposed in the Digital Economy Bill; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Lobbying and Paid Advocacy (22 Mar 2010)

John Grogan: The noble Lord Whitty recently attacked the influence of lobbying companies representing producer interests in securing important amendments to the Digital Economy Bill. Given that, would it not be an affront to our democracy if that Bill, which has been so heavily influenced by lobbyists, were to be rushed through its Second Reading on Easter Tuesday-possibly as the Prime Minister is on his...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Internet: Filtering (22 Mar 2010)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...impact. However, we do not currently have similar plans to introduce mandatory blocking of such content. The Government have recently indicated their intention of introducing an amendment to the Digital Economy Bill as it continues its passage through Parliament, to give the Secretary of State a power to introduce measures to enable the courts to require ISPs to block their users' access...

Business of the House (18 Mar 2010)

David Heath: will do so again today. It is not difficult to find an hour and a half. Why are we waiting? May I draw the attention of the Leader of the House to Friday 26 March? Some excellent private Members' Bills have been tabled for that day: the Water Tariffs Bill, the School Admissions Bill, the Live Music Bill [ Lords], the Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill [...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Digital Economy Bill (18 Mar 2010)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: commissioned by the Home Office from Dr Linda Papadopoulous on links between media images and aggressive behaviour; and what account they took of that report in framing the provisions of the Digital Economy Bill.

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