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Julia Lopez

Conservative MP for Hornchurch and Upminster (9 Jun 2017 – current)


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Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Telecommunication: Scotland (29 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The Department does not have access to the number of telegraph poles or ducts situated on private land across the UK, as this is a matter for each individual operator.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Channel Four: Privatisation (28 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government has recently consulted on whether an alternative ownership model for Channel 4 (but one where it retains a public service remit) may be better for the broadcaster, and better for the country. We want Channel 4 to continue to be a public service broadcaster, and we want it to continue to contribute socially, economically and culturally to life across the UK. But there is a...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Telecommunications: Infrastructure (28 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The department regularly engages with Openreach on the progress of their commercial rollout. Details of specific exchanges can be found on the Openreach website at the following address: https://www.openreach.com/fibre-broadband/where-when-buildin g-ultrafast-full-fibre-broadband. It is the government's view that the best way to achieve nationwide gigabit coverage is to create a...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: BBC Worldwide: Privatisation (28 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: BBC Worldwide, formerly a BBC commercial subsidiary, was merged with BBC Studios in April 2018 and no longer exists. The new BBC Studios is already a commercial subsidiary of the BBC and therefore receives no public funding. Dividends made by BBC Studios are returned to the BBC’s public service arm, supplementing the BBC’s licence fee income.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Public Service Broadcasting (28 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government is supportive of a modern system of public service broadcasting (PSB) that remains relevant and can continue to meet the needs of UK audiences in the future. Ensuring that content is universally available on a free-to-air basis is a core tenet of PSB, and the government is committed to ensuring this remains the case. This means that PSB content should be delivered via...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Question (28 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The Government has worked closely with providers to put in place social tariffs. These provide low cost landline and broadband services for people on means-tested state benefits. We are encouraging providers who do not currently offer social tariff packages to do so. The telecoms industry has also removed data caps on fixed broadband packages, and provides free or low cost data boosts on...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Question (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government is focused on improving digital infrastructure and connectivity in rural areas, with our £5bn Project Gigabit and £1bn Shared Rural Network. As such, the government recently announced more details about our procurement pipeline, specifically, for the 2.2 million hard to reach premises in England in Phases 1 and 2 of the delivery plan. Alongside Project Gigabit and the Shared...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband: Disadvantaged (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: Pricing regulation in the telecoms sector is a matter for Ofcom, the independent regulator. However, most providers of fixed wireless access price their services in line with comparable fixed line services and on a national basis. In 2019 the Government issued Ofcom with a Statement of Strategic Priorities for telecommunications to which it must have regard when exercising its regulatory...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Digital Economy Act 2017 (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: Since the introduction of the reforms in 2017 we have continually listened to feedback from stakeholders on the impact those changes have had on the expansion and improvement of digital networks across the UK. The culmination of this process was a consultation on potential further reform to the Code, published in January 2021. The consultation closed in March 2021 and responses are being...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Business: Artificial Intelligence (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The Secretary of State and the Information Commissioner have regular discussions to help ensure the data protection legal framework is functioning effectively and identify areas of concern. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) publishes a range of information to help organisations comply with their data protection obligations, including guidance for employers at:...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The CDEI is an expert government body within the Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport. The CDEI is a team of civil servants supported by an expert advisory board which includes globally recognised practitioners from industry, civil society and academia. The CDEI’s current remit, as announced publicly and in Parliament on 10 September 2021, focuses on enabling trustworthy...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection: EU Law (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The methodology and data used to develop the analysis is described in the report. It accounts for the variation in compliance costs across different scenarios with respect to the UK's EU adequacy decisions. As set out in the report, this analysis is open to consultation. We are seeking further information at this stage in order to robustly quantify these impacts, including on trade, as we...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection: USA (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: International data transfers are vitally important to global economies, societies, and individuals’ lives. Securing data adequacy arrangements with our priority partners will be a significant step in the UK’s ongoing plans to unlock the power of data to drive UK growth and innovation. Given our strong security, economic, and trade relationships, the US is one of the UK’s most...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Disclosure of Information: Fees and Charges (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The right of access is one of the fundamental rights in data protection legislation and the government will protect it. Subject access requests are a critical transparency mechanism under this right, allowing individuals to check the accuracy of their personal data, learn more about how their data is being used and with whom their data is being shared, and obtain a copy of the data held about...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Events Industry: Coronavirus (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The Events Research Programme (ERP) pilot events ran across a range of settings, venues, and activities, with findings informing the return of events in a structured, scientifically and ethically robust manner. The pilot events gathered evidence associated with different settings, including approaches to managing and mitigating transmission risk. They explored how different approaches to...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Arts and Musicians: EU Countries (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: This government recognises the importance of the UK’s creative and cultural industries, not only to the economy and international reputation of the United Kingdom, but also to the wellbeing and enrichment of its people. We want musicians and performers to be able to tour abroad easily. We recognise that challenges remain around touring, and we are continuing to work closely with the...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Events Industry (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government recognises the world-leading position of the UK music sector and the rich breadth of musical talent across the UK. We also appreciate venues and music organisations’ desire to book international artists to further contribute to the diversity and richness of the UK’s cultural offering. Creative and cultural professionals from non-visa national countries, such as EU Member...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Culture: North of England (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government recognises the crucial role that cultural investment can play in Levelling Up. We are committed to ensuring that areas across England benefit fully from our funding programmes and experience the potential of culture to boost local growth, increase visitor numbers, bolster talent and attract investment. DCMS is engaging closely with other parts of government in the preparation...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband: Nottinghamshire (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: Gigabit coverage in Ashfield has increased significantly in the past 12 months, with 15.33% of premises able to access a gigabit-capable broadband service, compared with 1.8% in September 2020. Additionally, 99.1% of premises in Ashfield have access to superfast broadband (>30Mbps) in Ashfield, which exceeds the national average of 96.9% To date, the Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Channel Four: Privatisation (24 Sep 2021)

Julia Lopez: The government recognises that Channel 4 has consistently delivered on its remit in the decades since being established, including supporting the UK’s independent production sector. Forty years on, this sector is now flourishing. Independent production is increasingly less reliant on income from UK public service broadcasters, and will continue to be in demand for the high-quality,...


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