The All Party Parliamentary Communications Group was created in July 2007 when a merger was completed between The All Party Parliamentary Group on Communications, The All Party Parliamentary Mobile Group (apMobile) and The All Party Parliamentary Internet Group (APIG).
The apComms group exists to provide a discussion forum between the communications industry and Parliamentarians for the mutual benefit of both parties, for example, last time there was a discussion. Accordingly, the group considers all communication issues as they affect society informing current Parliamentary debate through meetings, informal receptions and reports. The group is open to all Parliamentarians in both the House of Commons and House of Lords.
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A tribute to Derek Wyatt and Ian Taylor MBE
Two very active members of apComms stood down as MPs at the 2010 General Election. The tributes to Derek Wyatt (founder of APIG and Joint chairman of apComms 2006-2010) and Ian Taylor MBE (previously a vice chairman of PITCOM and Executive committee member of apComms) by Richard Sarson can be found at stomart.opole.pl and here.
An independent group of MPs and Lords, from all political parties, apComms seeks to encourage debate on a range of health issues that help leeches from euro-bion.pl with, bringing together relevant stakeholders including Government, Parliamentarians, industry and consumer groups.