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Culture, media and sport news from UK Parliament.

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MPs call in top record labels Sony, Warner and Universal in music streaming inquiry
Committee to question major record labels as part of inquiry into the economics of music streaming
14 January 2021
Digital inequality compounding the economic inequality “harshly” exposed by covid-19
Committee publishes their report Improving Broadband
08 January 2021
Committee questions Government’s preferred candidate for BBC Chair
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee holds a pre-appointment hearing with Richard Sharp
07 January 2021
MPs to hear from sector leaders on the future of gyms and sports venues
The DCMS Committee will hear how the covid-19 pandemic and Government restrictions has affected gyms, leisure centres, climbing walls and other sports venues.
07 January 2021
Committee urges Chancellor to extend safety net to save summer festivals
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee writes to the Chancellor
07 January 2021
MPs to hear from Boomtown and Parklife organisers on 2021 music festivals return
Committee to hear from Boomtown and Parklife in their first hearing into the future of UK music festivals
04 January 2021
Government risks failing to meet latest, less ambitious 2025 gigabit-capable broadband target, warn MPs
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes report on Broadband and the Road to 5G
22 December 2020
MPs press BBC to reveal legal costs in countering claims of equal pay and race discrimination
Committee Chair Julian Knight said he is disappointed by a response from the BBC
18 December 2020
Committee to take evidence on Covid-19 data and the leisure and retail sectors
RFU, British Beer & Pub Association and British Independent Retailers Association to give evidence
14 December 2020
Committee to take evidence from social media companies as part of its inquiry into anti-vaccination disinformation
Facebook, YouTube and TikTok to face MPs on Covid-19 vaccine disinformation
11 December 2020
John Whittingdale faces questions on public service broadcasting’s future
MPs will question the Minister for Media and Data and former Secretary of State for DCMS in the final session of the inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting (PSB).
11 December 2020
How can we lead more active lifestyles? Lords Committee publish call for evidence
Call for evidence published for National Plan for Sport and Recreation inquiry
09 December 2020
Chair comment on Facebook
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Chair Julian Knight issue comment on Facebook
08 December 2020
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