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Oral questions

1 December 2022 at 9:30am

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What assessment she has made of the potential impact of artificial intelligence on intellectual property rights for performers and creative workers.
Liberal Democrat, Richmond Park
UIN 902496: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to expand broadband coverage in rural areas.
Conservative, Romsey and Southampton North
UIN 902497: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps she is taking with Cabinet colleagues to help support the voluntary sector in delivering youth services.
Labour, Lancaster and Fleetwood
UIN 902498: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to encourage grassroots participation in sport.
Conservative, Birmingham, Northfield
UIN 902499: tabled on 24 November 2022
Whether she plans to implement the recommendations of the Fan-led Review of Football Governance.
Labour, Bury South
UIN 902500: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to support the film and television industry.
Conservative, New Forest West
UIN 902501: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps she is taking to support the tourism sector and visitor economy.
Independent, Ealing Central and Acton
UIN 902502: tabled on 24 November 2022
What assessment she has made of the potential impact of Arts Council England funding decisions on leading cultural institutions.
Liberal Democrat, Chesham and Amersham
UIN 902503: tabled on 24 November 2022
Whether she has had recent discussions with representatives of FIFA on the process for awarding world cup tournaments.
Labour, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney
UIN 902504: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to promote UK sport.
Conservative, Wimbledon
UIN 902505: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps she is taking to help tackle abusive behaviour on social media.
Labour, Canterbury
UIN 902506: tabled on 24 November 2022
What discussions she has had with the BBC on its future support for BBC Local Radio.
Labour, Nottingham East
UIN 902507: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to widen access to culture and heritage.
Conservative, Cities of London and Westminster
UIN 902508: tabled on 24 November 2022
What assessment the Government has made of the potential impact on the creative industries of the proposed copyright exemption for text and data mining for artificial intelligence.
Labour, Warley
UIN 902509: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to protect children online.
Conservative, Chelmsford
UIN 902510: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to expand broadband coverage in rural areas.
Conservative, Broadland
UIN 902511: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to widen access to culture and heritage.
Conservative, Bury North
UIN 902512: tabled on 24 November 2022
What steps her Department is taking to expand broadband coverage in rural areas.
Conservative, Fylde
UIN 902513: tabled on 24 November 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner
UIN 902514: tabled on 24 November 2022
Conservative, Hastings and Rye
UIN 902515: tabled on 24 November 2022
Conservative, Dewsbury
UIN 902516: tabled on 24 November 2022
Democratic Unionist Party, North Antrim
UIN 902517: tabled on 24 November 2022
Conservative, Carshalton and Wallington
UIN 902518: tabled on 24 November 2022
Labour, York Central
UIN 902519: tabled on 24 November 2022
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 902520: tabled on 24 November 2022
Scottish National Party, Kilmarnock and Loudoun
UIN 902521: tabled on 24 November 2022