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Lord Lloyd-Webber (Conservative) will call attention to the growing impact of online piracy on the future of Britain’s creative talent in a debate this Thursday, 2 April, in the House of Lords.
Other Members scheduled to take part include:
Lord Young of Norwood Green, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills, will speak on behalf of the Government
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