Category Archives: digital economy bill

Digital Economy BIll – they don’t get it to do they

Well, my MP Michael Connarty after explaining that he was concerned about the amount of time being given to the Digital Economy BIll, and concerned about deficiencies in the drafting (pointed out to him) and the implications for various individuals (but declined to … Continue reading

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Digital Economy Bill again

Having received no substantive reply to the second e-mail I sent to my local MP, Michael Connarty, I contacted him again last week. I wrote,   "Very many thanks for your letter copying the correspondence you forwarded to Lord Mandelson … Continue reading

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Digital Economy Bill

And so Harriet Harman has announced that the Digital Economy Bill will get a second reading in early April – and in response to questions from Douglas Hogg MP and Tom Watson MP (and when was the last time they were on the same … Continue reading

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