Canlyniadau 141–160 o 464 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Moylan

Global Britain: Traffic - Question (15 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: To ask His Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the effect on the success of their ‘Global Britain’ initiative that, for a second year in a row, the Inrix Global Traffic Scorecard has found London to have the highest traffic delay times of any city in the world.

Global Britain: Traffic - Question (15 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, with bicycle lanes that have not increased the uptake of bicycling as a mode of transport, with ULEZ extended to parts of London that neither need nor want it, and with a Labour-run local authority now tendering out its speeding enforcement to unsleeping robots to maximise its revenue, does my noble friend the Minister not realise that people are at the end of their tethers and...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 52 (11 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: This might be an appropriate moment for me to say—on the back of that—that, although my noble friend explained current government practice, he has not addressed my point on why there should not be an annual report to Parliament that describes what government has done on these various fronts. If the Government regularly meet newspaper publishers to discuss the quality of information in...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 52 (11 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I shall speak to Amendments 59, 107 and 264 in this group, all of which are in my name. Like the noble Baroness, Lady Merron, I express gratitude to Full Fact for its advice and support in preparing them. My noble friend Lord Bethell has just reminded us of the very large degree of discretion that is given to platforms by the legislation in how they respond to information that we...

Illegal Migration Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (10 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, one of the striking things about this interesting debate is that, in many cases, noble Lords on all sides of the Chamber have spoken as if they were proceeding from a fundamental principle of great importance to them. For some, it was the vision of what our country is; for others, it was the universal principle of humanitarianism or a commitment to internationalism as a means of...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 23 ( 2 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I was not going to speak on this group, but I was provoked into offering some reflections on the speech by the noble Lord, Lord Russell of Liverpool, especially his opening remarks about cars and planes, which he said were designed to be safe. He did not mention trains, about which I know something as well, and which are also designed to be safe. These are a few initial reflective...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 23 ( 2 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: Well, I must regard myself as doubly rebuked, and unfairly, because my reflections are very relevant to the amendments, and I have developed them in that direction. In respect of the parents, they have suffered very cruelly and wrongly, but although it may sound harsh, as I have said in this House before on other matters, hard cases make bad law. We are in the business of trying to make good...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 23 ( 2 Mai 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, if the internet were a toy, aimed at children and used only by children, those remarks would of course be very relevant, but we are dealing with something of huge value and importance to adults as well. It is the lack of consideration of the role of adults, the access for adults and the effects on freedom of expression and freedom of speech, implicit in these amendments, that cause...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, it is genuinely difficult to summarise such a wide-ranging debate, which was of a very high standard. Only one genuinely bright idea has emerged from the whole thing: as we go through Committee, each group of amendments should be introduced by the noble Lord, Lord Allan of Hallam, because it is only after I have heard his contribution on each occasion that I have begun to...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: I am delighted to hear the noble Baroness say that, and it shows that that pool of common ground we share is widening every time we get to our feet. However, the pool is not particularly widening, I am afraid to say—at least in respect of myself; other noble Lords may have been greatly reassured—as regards my noble friend the Minister who, I am afraid, has not in any sense addressed the...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: Or indeed any evidence.

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: Before he moves on, is my noble friend going to give any advice to, for example, Welsh Wikipedia, as to how it will be able to continue, or are the concerns about smaller sites simply being brushed aside, as my noble friend explicates what the Bill already says?

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, this is a very large and wide-ranging group of amendments. Within it, I have a number of amendments that, on their own, span three separate subjects. I propose to address these one after the other in my opening remarks, but other subjects will be brought in as the debate continues and other noble Lords speak to their own amendments. If I split the amendments that I am speaking to...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 17 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: I am grateful to the noble Lord. I really wonder whether the Government realise what they are walking into here. On the one hand, yesterday the Grand Committee was debating the statutory instrument putting in place new statutory guidance for the police on how to enforce, much more sensitively than in the past, non-crime hate incidents. However, on the other hand, the next day in this Chamber...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 14 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I rise to speak to Amendment 205 in my name, but like other noble Lords I will speak about the group as a whole. After the contributions so far, not least from the noble Lord, Lord Allan of Hallam, and the noble Baroness, Lady Bennett of Manor Castle, there is not a great deal left for me to add. However, I will say that we have to understand that privacy is contextual. At one...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 13 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, I am grateful to all noble Lords who have spoken in this debate. I hope that the noble Baroness, Lady Deech, and the noble Lord, Lord Weir of Ballyholme, will forgive me if I do not comment on the amendment they spoke to in the name of my noble friend Lord Pickles, except to say that of course they made their case very well. I will briefly comment on the remarks of the noble...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 13 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My noble friend makes a very interesting point, and there is much to ponder in it—too much to ponder for me to respond to it immediately. Since I am confident that the issue is going to arise again during our sitting in Committee, I shall allow myself the time to reflect on it and come back later. While I understand my noble friend’s concern about children, the clause that I propose to...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 13 (27 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords, in moving my Amendment 13 I will speak to all the amendments in the group, all of which are in my name with the exception of Amendment 157 in the name of my noble friend Lord Pickles. These are interlinked amendments; they work together. There is effectively only one amendment going on. A noble Lord challenged me a day or two ago as to whether I could summarise in a sentence what...

Online Safety Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 10 (25 Ebr 2023)

Lord Moylan: My Lords I am grateful to all noble Lords who have contributed to this slightly disjointed debate. I fully accept that there will be further opportunities to discuss age verification and related matters, so I shall say no more about that. I am grateful, in particular, to the noble Lord, Lord Allan of Hallam, for supplying the deficiency in my opening remarks about the importance of...


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