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Lords continues line by line check of Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill
Members discuss the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission as detailed examination continues. Find out more
01 February 2023
Lords Committee urges ministers to “change course” on social media regulation
The Committee writes to Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan to recommend changes to key clauses of the Online Safety Bill.
30 January 2023
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More support needed to halt damaging decline of local journalism, DCMS Committee warns
More support needed to halt damaging decline of local journalism, DCMS Committee warns
25 January 2023
The annunciator in the House of Lords chamber displaying details of the Holocaust Memorial Day debate
Lords debates International Holocaust Memorial Day
Members mark global day of remembrance. Catch up
20 January 2023
Don’t let complacency jeopardise the creative industries
The Communications and Digital Committee publishes its report At risk: our creative future
17 January 2023
Netflix i roi tystiolaeth i'r ymchwiliad darlledu yng Nghymru
The Welsh Affairs Committee holds a session focusing on video-on-demand services
16 January 2023
MPs call for greater focus on pay and performer rights to ensure music streaming fairness
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes report calling for the establishment of a wide-ranging national strategy for music
13 January 2023
DCMS ‘lacks compelling vision’ on sport for England
Committee publishes report on Grassroots participation in sports and physical activity
08 January 2023
Lords debates arts funding
Members debate the regional distribution of Arts Council England funding and its impact on regions outside of London. Catch up
16 December 2022
Lords debates the creative industries
Members debate the case for a strategy to maintain the UK's global leadership within the sector and alignment with the government’s levelling up agenda. Catch up
09 December 2022
Lords debates BBC World Service
Members debate the importance of the BBC World Service and the impact of cuts to its services. Catch up
02 December 2022
DCMS Sub-Committee to hear from Martin Lewis in first session examining misinformation and trusted voices
The Sub-Committee on Online Harms and Disinformation will question Martin Lewis, Chair of Money Saving Expert, in the first session of its inquiry into misinformation and trusted voices
28 November 2022
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Rugby chiefs questioned on Worcester Warriors and Wasps financial collapse
Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport Committee continues its inquiry into sport governance
22 November 2022
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