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Culture, media and sport news from UK Parliament.

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Government Culture Minister faces questions on the restart of festival season
Committee to question Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage on the Government’s plans to support the reopening of the festivals sector this summer
22 March 2021
MPs to hear from athletes, campaigners and governing bodies on brain injury in sport
Committee to take evidence from Chris Sutton and Kyran Bracken in the second session of the concussion in sport inquiry
19 March 2021
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 16 March 2021
The Committee considered all e-petitions which had, before 11 March 2021, reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response. The Committee also considered petitions which had reached over 100,000 signatures, and agreed debates for a number of petitions with over 100,000 signatures that were awaiting debate.
16 March 2021
Committee publishes correspondence to BBC Director-General Tim Davie
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee says BBC should explain decision to become a ‘leading cheerleader’ for cage fighting sport
12 March 2021
Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja to tell MPs why festivals must reduce environmental impact
Committee to take evidence from Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja into their inquiry on the future of UK music festivals.
12 March 2021
Leading experts questioned on sport and long-term brain injury
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee explores calls for changes to be made in sport and the role of national governing bodies
05 March 2021
Government response to concerns on 5G and broadband targets inadequate, say MPs
DCMS Chair Julian Knight has criticised the Government for failing to answer how it intends to deliver on its revised-down broadband targets and the roll-out of 5G.
05 March 2021
Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill completes passage through Parliament
Members discuss definition of leases and Electronic Communications Code
05 March 2021
DCMS Committee to consider links between sport and long-term brain injury
Committee launch new inquiry on Concussion in sport
03 March 2021
MPs to investigate threat to community sport clubs after a fall in volunteering
Committee to hold third evidence session into their inquiry on Sports in our communities
26 February 2021
Chair calls on Chancellor to provide urgent support to enable opening up of festivals’ sector
Chair urges the Chancellor to announce support next week to encourage more festivals to go ahead this summer.
26 February 2021
Spotify, Apple and Amazon to face questions from MPs in music streaming inquiry
Committee to take evidence from Spotify, Amazon and Apple into their inquiry on Economics of music streaming
17 February 2021
MPs call in Minister over failure to reach agreement with EU on visa-free touring
Digital and Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage to be questioned about the Government’s handling of negotiations with the EU
11 February 2021
Committee to question online platforms as part of their inquiry on the economics of music streaming
Online platforms YouTube, Twitch and SoundCloud to face questions from MPs
08 February 2021
Committee announces evidence session on arrangements for UK touring professionals and artists in the EU
Committee to host an evidence session after a petition calling on the Government to negotiate visa-free work permits for touring professionals and artists received over 282,000 signatures
03 February 2021
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