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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Digital Economy Bill 2016-17

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Digital Economy Act 2017.

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Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 11th sitting | PDF version, 252KB 01.11.2016
Committee Debates: compilation of sittings so far (PDF, 1MB) 01.11.2016
Committee Debate: 10th sitting | PDF version, 253KB 27.10.2016
Committee Debate: 9th sitting | PDF version, 170KB 27.10.2016
Committee Debate: 8th sitting | PDF version, 296KB 25.10.2016
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 175KB 25.10.2016
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 269KB 20.10.2016
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 180KB 20.10.2016
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 207KB 18.10.2016
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 144KB 13.10.2016
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 275KB 11.10.2016
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 193KB 11.10.2016

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Written Evidence: Letter from Yoti addressed to the office of Louise Haigh MP (DEB 74) (PDF, 188KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Cicero Group (DEB 75) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Ticketmaster (DEB 76) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Thornton Estates; Frances Chester-Master, Chester-Master Ltd; and Scottish Land & Estates (Almost identical submissions) (DEB 77) (PDF, 1MB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Hub Professional Services Ltd (DEB 78) (PDF, 372KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: AP Wireless (DEB 79) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Market Research Society (DEB 80) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Paul W Smith, Acland Bracewell Surveyors Limited (DEB 81) (PDF, 936KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: The Communications Consumer Panel and the Advisory Committee for Older and Disabled People (DEB 82) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: FanFair Alliance (DEB 83) (PDF, 562KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Internet Telephony Services Providers' Association (ITSPA) (DEB 84) (PDF, 254KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Scope (DEB 85) (PDF, 110KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Batcheller Monkhouse (DEB 86) (PDF, 132KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Strutt & Parker (DEB 87) (PDF, 255KB) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) (DEB 88) 01.11.2016
Written Evidence: CLOSER (Cohort & Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources) Partnership (DEB 67) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: David Redford-Crowe (DEB 68) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: Dr Edgar A Whitley (follow-up) (DEB 69) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: Community Land Scotland (DEB 70) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: Women's Aid (DEB 71) (PDF, 263KB) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: StubHub (DEB 72) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: Russell Harris (DEB 73) (PDF, 58KB) 27.10.2016
Written Evidence: Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (DEB 60) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: Pandora Blake and Myles Jackman (DEB 61) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: City Remembrancer’s Office, City of London Corporation (DEB 62) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: Jim Killock, Executive Director, Open Rights Group (follow up) (DEB 63) (PDF, 113KB) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: UK Music (DEB 64) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: James Moore (further submission) (DEB 65) (PDF, 167KB) 25.10.2016
Written Evidence: BT Group (DEB 51) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: British Property Federation (DEB 52) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: techUK (DEB 53) (PDF, 341KB) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Virgin Media (DEB 54) (PDF, 488KB) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: DCMS (further amendments) (DEB 55) (PDF, 949KB) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Adult Providers Network (DEB 56) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Administrative Data Research Centre (DEB 57) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Information Commissioner (follow-up) (DEB 58) (PDF, 84KB) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Economic and Social Research Council with input from the Medical Research Council (DEB 59) 20.10.2016
Written Evidence: Energy Networks Association (DEB 37) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Arqiva (DEB 38) (PDF, 293KB) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Alec Muffett (DEB 39) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Relish (DEB 40) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Vanessa Cuthill (DEB 41) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Children's Media Foundation (DEB 42) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Dron & Wright on behalf of London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) (DEB 43) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: NSPCC (DEB 44) (PDF, 474KB) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Broadband Stakeholder Group (DEB 45) (PDF, 328KB) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Digital Policy Alliance (DEB 46) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Fisher German on behalf of various clients (DEB 47) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: James Moore (DEB 49) (PDF, 146KB) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: Anti-Counterfeiting Group (DEB 50) (PDF, 403KB) 19.10.2016
Written Evidence: National Farmers' Union (NFU) (DEB20) (PDF, 72KB) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Media Lawyers Association (DEB21) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: News Media Association (DEB22) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Local Government Association (DEB23) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Digital Accessibility Special Interest Group (DASG), The British Computer Society (DEB24) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Alliance for Intellectual Property (DEB25) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (DEB26) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA UK) (DEB27) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Committee on Fuel Poverty (CFP) (DEB28) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: National Union of Journalists (DEB29) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Andrews & Arnold Ltd (DEB30) (PDF, 120KB) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: StepChange Debt Charity (DEB31) (PDF, 42KB) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Pete Moorey, Head of Campaigns, Which? (DEB32) (PDF, 314KB) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: The Children's Society (DEB33) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Girlguiding (DEB34) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: The Phone Mast Company Ltd (DEB35) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: UK Information Commissioner (DEB36) (PDF, 150KB) 13.10.2016
Written Evidence: Christian Action Research and Education (CARE) (DEB01) (PDF, 751KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: The Royal Statistical Society (DEB02) (PDF, 361KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Compact Media Group (DEB03) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Dr Jerry Fishenden, Co-Chair, Cabinet Office Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group (DEB04) (PDF, 1MB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Electrical Safety First (DEB05) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Good Stuff Limited (DEB06) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Action on Hearing Loss (DEB07) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: medConfidential (DEB08) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: TalkTalk plc (DEB09) (PDF, 423KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Big Brother Watch (DEB10) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: National Trust (DEB11) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Citizens Advice (DEB12) (PDF, 93KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Open Rights Group (DEB13) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Three: Submission on Consumer Issues (DEB15) (PDF, 169KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Three: Submission on Rural Coverage (DEB16) (PDF, 204KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Country Land and Business Association (CLA) (DEB17) (PDF, 300KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Children’s Charities’ Coalition on Internet Safety (DEB18) (PDF, 71KB) 12.10.2016
Written Evidence: Co-operative Group (DEB19) 12.10.2016

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