Wednesday, March 24, 2010

BPI say no need for debate on Digital Economy Bill

According to ORG the BPI Director of Public Affairs, Richard Mollett, has said today that there is no need for debate on the digital economy bill.
"This afternoon, Richard Mollett, Director of Public Affairs for the BPI, told the Counter 2010 conference in Manchester this afternoon that the Lords had scrutinised the Digital Economy Bill enough, and there is no further need for debate.
The BPI are saying there is no need for democratic debate by our elected MPs in the Commons. Richard Mollett, who is a Labour candidate for parliament, wants MPs to throw away their democratic rights and duties. This is corporate lobbying of the worst sort."
Update: ORG question BPI's denial of above.

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