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Equipment Theft (Prevention) Bill (2 Dec 2022)

Greg Smith: ...used. The Bill focuses on smaller agricultural equipment, but there is no reason why we should stop at that. The more the industry can develop such technologies, the better. If our mobile phones or iPads can be remotely wiped and turned off if someone steals them, so that they cannot be used and the data cannot be extracted, there is no reason why equipment used on farms and on land cannot...

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Clause 1 - Sunset of EU-derived subordinate legislation and retained direct EU legislation (22 Nov 2022)

Stella Creasy: ...that they will not be undercut by somebody selling faulty goods. I know that the hon. Member for Bosworth will be relieved to hear that the regulations do not cover charging cables for phones and iPads—so they can play as much music as they like. However, they do cover whether goods are of a certain standard. Having goods of a certain standard is surely not something that we want to put...

Public Order Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 2 (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Carlile of Berriew: ...he disagrees. I ask him to take the trouble, before he replies to this debate, to read Section 78 of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022—it is only one page, and I will lend him my iPad if he needs it. In this country, we have training for magistrates and judges, which is provided by the Judicial College— certainly for judges; indeed, I see the noble Lord, Lord Ponsonby,...

Papers Relating to the Home Secretary (8 Nov 2022)

Alan Brown: My hon. Friend is right to highlight the absurd excuse from the Home Secretary. Is not it the case that she could use an iPad for a phone call and a Government-issued phone to view documents? She clearly has access to more than one parliamentary device, so to say that she had to use her personal device is ridiculous.

Public Service Broadcasting: BBC Centenary - Motion to Take Note (3 Nov 2022)

Lord Dubs: ...news a week, and that is what they live for. That is what they get from the outside world. I was also in China some years ago, and I did what many of us do when we are abroad: I switched on my iPad to get the “Today” programme, allowing for the time difference. All I got was some local Chinese radio stations. Clearly, they did not like the idea of making BBC radio programmes available....

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 16 (2 Nov 2022)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: ...areas. Noble Lords have expressed great dissatisfaction with the idea, which is regrettable in many cases, that one of His Majesty’s Ministers may be able to sit down with a pen and paper or an iPad and write what comes to mind; but we have a situation where somebody in the European Commission building in Brussels—I do not know who or where they will be, or their name; they are...

Contact in Care Settings (27 Oct 2022)

Liz Saville-Roberts: ...car park, peering in. She could not hear us—incidentally, her hearing aid had been kept in a cabinet all the while and the batteries had run out. Yes, we could phone and arrange to speak over an iPad, but she could not hear us; she could not understand us. There were no hugs. Health authority infection policy vetoed family bonds of love as a health hazard to be minimised. Of course, at...

Energy Costs (Pre-payment Meters and Social Tariffs) (19 Oct 2022)

Kenny MacAskill: ..., so she can keep them clean and smart. It is the youngster who needs to charge their phone to access employment opportunities they desperately seek. It is the parent who wants to power up the iPad given by the school, so that their child can improve their education and hence their life chances. It is the dialysis patient who requires to switch on the machine that they require for life...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Migrants: British Indian Ocean Territory (11 Oct 2022)

Jesse Norman: The migrants' welfare and safety has been a priority and we have helped to provide food, telecoms and medical support, as well as interim provision for education and welfare. Telephone and iPad use are available to migrants so that they are able to call their legal representatives at any time. We have made additional provision for other calls, such as to families, as capacity and conditions allow.

Scottish Parliament: Parliamentary Procedures and Practices (22 Sep 2022)

Stephen Kerr: Rhoda Grant is making some very important points about the nature of debate. Does she think that it would be helpful to the flow of debate in the Parliament for us to ban laptops, iPads and the use of iPhones in the chamber?

Pensions Dashboards (Prohibition of Indemnification) Bill (15 Jul 2022)

Guy Opperman: ...things online. The pensions dashboard will take pensions—all 40,000 schemes up and down the country in the private and public sector and the state pension—and make them all accessible via iPads, mobile phones and computers. That is transformational. I am old enough to have met my bank manager—a person whom I used to go and see and have a conversation with. That never happens any...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 19 - Duties to protect news publisher content (12 Jul 2022)

Munira Wilson: ...balance. With one in five children going online, keeping them safe is more difficult but more important than ever. I speak not only as the mother of two very young children who are growing up with iPads in their hands, but as—like everyone else in the Chamber—a constituency Member of Parliament who speaks regularly to school staff and parents who are concerned about the harms caused by...

Restoration and Renewal — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (7 Jul 2022)

John Nicolson: ...continuation of remote working where necessary. If I might say so, we saw a perfect illustration of some of the strange, peculiar and archaic practices earlier when we discovered that we can use iPads, but only if we tap the screen and not the silent keypads—I mean, really. Members on both sides of the House tend to agree on much of this, so we should be more assertive. Electronic voting...

Assisted Dying — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (4 Jul 2022)

Sarah Green: ...and organising an appointment at Dignitas, according to Geoff’s wishes: he had been unable to take those actions himself after motor neurone disease had robbed him of the ability to operate his iPad or hold a phone. Having already suffered so much as a result of his illness, Geoff and his family faced further suffering as a result of UK law—our law. It was Ann’s arrest that prompted...

EU Retained Law (22 Jun 2022)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The dashboard worked perfectly well on an iPad, so I would have thought that it was not beyond the wit of Members of this House to get it to work. In many cases, the protections that we have in employment law in this country predate the European Union or we are ahead of the European Union. That is true of maternity rights, where we are ahead of the base rights in the European Union under our...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (21 Jun 2022)

Lord Fox: ...of Wired announced the beginning of the end for passwords: “At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference yesterday, the company announced it will launch passwordless logins across Macs, iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs around September of this year. Instead of using passwords, you will be able to log in to websites and apps using ‘Passkeys’ with iOS 16 and macOS Ventura. It’s the first...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (8 Jun 2022)

Stuart Andrew: ...what is built in their area. Our digital reforms will also move us beyond the days of laminated notices on lamp posts to fully accessible planning applications that people can view on their iPads and smartphones at home. I am, of course, still continuing to listen to hon. Members. On the issue of local housing need and the targets, I should make it clear that they are not targets. They are...

Tackling Short-term and Long-term Cost of Living Increases (17 May 2022)

Kenny MacAskill: ...for employment. It is the mother who wants to wash the clothes so her kids can go smart to school, even if the clothes had to be bought in a charity shop. It is the child who has been given an iPad because he comes from a deprived area and they want to try to level up, and his mum cannot put the power on. It is the person on dialysis who is sitting having to keep themselves alive and...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (31 Mar 2022)

Peter Grant: Every one of the 65 million or so people in these four nations who has a mobile phone, tablet, iPad or Alexa-enabled device is a potential target for hostile nations seeking to damage our cyber-security, but the National Cyber Force budget amounts to 10p a month for each of those citizens. What representations has the Minister made to the Chancellor to raise that budget to a more reasonable...

Scottish Parliament: Perinatal Mental Health (29 Mar 2022)

Emma Harper: ...to speak in this important debate. I thank everyone involved in giving evidence to our inquiry, which covered the many areas that have been spoken about today by colleagues from all parties. My iPad seems to have frozen. As our committee report states, women are at substantially increased risk of severe mental illness and psychiatric in-patient admission during the perinatal period. In...


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