Canlyniadau 101–120 o 463 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Moylan

Online Safety Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 225 (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, continuing the rather radical approach of debating an amendment that has already been debated in Committee and has not just been introduced, and picking up on the theme of our debate immediately before we adjourned, I move an amendment that seeks to address the question of the Government’s activities in interacting with providers when they seek to influence providers on what is...

Online Safety Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 187 (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, it is valuable to be able to speak immediately after my noble friend Lady Harding of Winscombe, because it gives me an opportunity to address some remarks she made last Wednesday when we were considering the Bill on Report. She suggested that there was a fundamental disagreement between us about our view of how serious online safety is—the suggestion being that somehow I did not...

Online Safety Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 186A (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, this has indeed been a wide-ranging and miscellaneous debate. I hope that since we are considering the Bill on Report noble Lords will forgive me if I do not endeavour to summarise all the different speeches and confine myself to one or two points. The first is to thank the noble Baroness, Lady Kidron, for her support for my amendment but also to say that having heard her argument...

Online Safety Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 186A (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: Does the noble Lord accept that that is already a possibility? You can bring an action in contract law against them on the grounds that it is an unfair contract. This could happen already. It is as if the noble Lord is not aware that the possibility of individual action for breach of contract is already built into Clause 65. This measure simply supplements it.

Online Safety Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 186A (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, in speaking to my Amendment 186A, I hope that noble Lords will forgive me for not speaking in detail to the many other amendments in this group correctly branded “miscellaneous” by those who compile our lists for us. Many of them are minor and technical, especially the government amendments. However, that is not true of all of them: Amendment 253 in the name of the noble Lord,...

Schools: Admissions - Question (17 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: Does my noble friend accept that the rights of parents to have their children educated according to their own religious beliefs is protected by Article 2 of the first protocol of the European Convention on Human Rights? Does she accept that Catholic schools, at least, are not state schools?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Abortion: Prosecutions (13 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: To ask His Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the prosecution of Carla Foster for an offence under section 58 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861; and what consideration they have given to proposing legislation to prevent similar cases from happening, in particular, by reintroducing the requirement for women to be seen in-person at least once before being issued...

Rail Ticket Offices - Commons Urgent Question (12 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, is my noble friend aware that—

Online Safety Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 129 (12 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords—

Online Safety Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 129 (12 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I realise that I am something of a fish out of water in this House, as I was in Committee, on the Bill, which is fundamentally flawed in a number of respects, including its approach to governance, which we are discussing today. Having said that, I am generally sympathetic to the amendments proposed by my noble friend Lady Stowell of Beeston. If we are to have a flawed approach, her...

Online Safety Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 77 (10 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, before my noble friend sits down, perhaps I could seek a point of clarification. I think I heard him say, at the beginning of his response to this short debate, that providers will be required to have terms of service which respect users’ rights. May I ask him a very straightforward question: do those rights include the rights conferred by Article 10 of the European Convention on...

Online Safety Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 77 (10 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: I understand the point the noble Lord is making but, if he were thrown out, sacked or treated in some other way that was incompatible with his rights to freedom of expression under Article 10 of the European convention, he would have cause for complaint and, possibly, cause for legal redress.

Online Safety Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 77 (10 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, my noble friend on the Front Bench said at various points when we were in Committee that the Bill struck an appropriate balance between protecting the rights of children and the rights of those wishing to exercise their freedom of expression. I have always found it very difficult indeed to discern that point of balance in the Bill as originally drafted, but I will say that if there...

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 32 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I speak to Amendments 56, 58, 63 and 183 in my name in this group. I have some complex arguments to make, but time is pressing, so I shall attempt to do so as briefly as possible. I am assisted in that by the fact that my noble friend on the Front Bench very kindly explained that the Government are not going to accept my worthless amendments, without actually waiting to hear what it...

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 31 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: I take this opportunity to ask my noble friend the Minister a question; I want some clarity about this. Would an abusive comment about a particular religion—let us say a religion that practised cannibalism or a historical religion that sacrificed babies, as we know was the norm in Carthage—count as “priority harmful content”? I appreciate that we are mapping the language of the...

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 31 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My noble friend seemed to confirm what I said. If I wish to be abusive—in fact, I do wish to be abusive—about the Carthaginian religious practice of sacrificing babies to Moloch, and I were to do that in a way that came to the attention of children, would I be caught as having created “priority harmful content”? My noble friend appears to be saying yes.

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 31 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: With respect, it does not say “directed at children”. Of course, I am safe in expressing that abuse in this forum, but if I were to do it, it came to the attention of children and it were abusive—because I do wish to be abusive about that practice—would I have created “priority harmful content”, about which action would have to be taken?

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 31 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, these words have obviously appeared in the Bill in one of those unverified sections; I have clicked the wrong button, so I cannot see them. Where does it say in Amendment 172 that it has to be a consistent flow?

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 31 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I have a comment about Amendment 174 in the name of the noble Baroness, Lady Kidron. I have no objection to the insertion of subsection (9B), but I am concerned about (9A), which deals with misinformation and disinformation. It is far too broad and political, and if we start at this late stage to try to run off into these essentially political categories, we are going to capsize the...

Online Safety Bill - Report (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 28 ( 6 Gor 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, Amendments 29 and 30 stand in my name. I fully appreciated, as I prepared my thoughts ahead of this short speech, that a large part of what I was going to say might be rendered redundant by the noble Lord, Lord Allan of Hallam. I have not had a discussion with him about this group at all, but it is clear that his amendment is rather different from mine. Although it addresses the...


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