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More than 300 local newspaper titles have closed in the UK since 2009. How can this decline in local news be reversed, and what can the Government do to help sustain local journalism in a digital age? Read our latest report: publications.parliament.uk/p…
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On Tuesday we will hold the final hearing for our inquiry into connected technology. We will question @JuliaLopezMP Minister of State @DCMS on data protection, cybersecurity, support for the digital economy, and more. Watch live from 10am: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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⚽ How can the growth in women's domestic football be accelerated? 🟥 What should be done to tackle sexism and misogyny in sport? 📺 How can audiences for women's sports be increased? Send us your views by 3 February: committees.parliament.uk/wor…
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More than 300 local newspaper titles have closed in the UK since 2009. How can this decline in local news be reversed, and what can the Government do to help sustain local journalism in a digital age? Read our latest report: publications.parliament.uk/p…
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Today I've been giving evidence to the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee about the work of @FactCheck and how we address misinformation. You can watch the session here: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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On Tuesday for our trusted voices inquiry we will examine the work of fact-checking organisations. We will question: @FullFact @Channel4News @BBCNews We will also examine how the Science Media Centre supports journalists @SMC_London 📺 live from 10am: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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We are now taking evidence for our trusted voice inquiry. Watch live here: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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We have launched an inquiry into indigenous minority UK languages. We'll examine the future of indigenous minority languages, including Welsh, Gaelic and Scots, and the UK Government's role in supporting them. Find out more: committees.parliament.uk/wor…
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Tomorrow we will hear evidence for our inquiry into safety at major sporting events. We will be questioning: @wembleystadium @EFL @ECB_cricket @TheRCA 📺 Watch live from 10am: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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Our evidence session on safety at major sporting events is live. Watch here: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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How can the financial collapse of any more Premiership clubs be averted? Read our report, which examines the financial troubles at @WorcsWarriors and @WaspsRugby and the response of @RFU and @premrugby Read it here: publications.parliament.uk/p…
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🗓️This week we're holding the next evidence session for our Broadcasting in Wales inquiry. 🗣️We'll hear from Netflix and the Association for Commercial and On-Demand Broadcasters (COBA). ⬇️Find out more here: committees.parliament.uk/eve…
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Tomorrow we will be examining the future development of connected tech and how regulation can keep up. We will be hearing from: @ICOnews @Google @amazon Watch live from 2:30pm: parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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What progress has been made in the "complete reset" of music streaming? Read our latest Report, which reviews the progress made since our #MusicStreamingInquiry that concluded 18 months. Read our Report: committees.parliament.uk/pub… More info: committees.parliament.uk/com…
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee retweeted
The @commonslibrary is an invaluable resource and its staff are endlessly kind and helpful. It was a pleasure to have Grant @ghillcawthorne appear before us as a witness in our @CommonsDCMS #disinformation inquiry.
On Tuesday, our Managing Director and House of Commons Librarian @ghillcawthorne gave evidence to the @CommonsDCMS Committee on misinformation and trusted voices. Hear more about how we ensure our Library briefings remain impartial:
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❓ What is the scale of gambling-related harm in the UK? 📰 What should be the priorities in the upcoming Gambling White Paper? 💻 How can a regulator stay abreast of online innovation? Send us your views by 10 February: committees.parliament.uk/cal…
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In the latest session of our Trusted Voices inquiry we're hearing from science experts and librarians from the UK and Scottish Parliaments. Watch live at parliamentlive.tv/Event/Inde…
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