Matt Hancock: Using data to improve people's lives
The G Word
"Giving people the confidence and capabilities to use data to find insights that can then improve lives is absolutely central to what we need to do over the years to come." Chris spoke to Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, at the end of 2020, reflecting on the UK's response to the COVID-19 pandemic so far and discussing how data - used appropriately and correctly - is the key to improving mainstream healthcare and, ultimately, people's daily lives.
Steve Double: Supporting Matt Hancock & sleeping during Dad's sermons
A Mucky Business with Tim Farron
Tim Farron discusses whether schools should reopen and chats to Conservative MP Steve Double about his additional role as a Parliamentary Private Secretary - what do they actually do and how does it affect a Christian MP's church life? Tim also shares his perspective on protecting free speech through legislation. If you've got a question or topics you would like discussed, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alfie Dingley's mum: Matt Hancock 'should hang his head in shame'
Hannah Deacon petitioned the government for her son – who suffers from a rare, debilitating form of epilepsy – to be given cannabis on the NHS. In 2018 Alfie Dingley made headlines when the pioneering prescription was granted. Hannah talks very movingly about the difference cannabis has made to her son’s quality of life. He went from having regular, terrifying seizures to living with a condition that is now far more manageable. But for thousands of other children who could also benefit from medical cannabis, it is a very different story. Visit the Alfie's Hope Facebook page to see more about Hannah's campaign. You can find out more about Hannah’s work with Professor Mike Barnes to increase awareness of medical cannabis at mapletreeconsultants.co.uk.
27: MATT HANCOCK LIES AS UK BECOMES V FOR VENDETTA! Podcast Ep #16
Scotty and Motty Two Mancs One Barnet
Matt Hancock keeps lying, but thankfully for him, so does Boris Johnson as the government continues to put a spin on anything and everything. Breaking international law, blaming young people for the latest covid numbers, it's all in a day's work for this
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says "very largely people have acted responsibly" after pubs, restaurants and other establishments reopened. He also says the government could fine or shut down businesses not operating safely. Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds lays out her demands for Rishi Sunak's upcoming statement.
GDPR Weekly Show Episode 98 :- Covid19 update, Review of tracing apps, Matt Hancock legal action DPIA, Ransomware GDPR breach, Facebook data breach, ONS cyber crime hotspots, NHS Orkney data breaches, CCPA, California data breach, Garante fines Unicredit,
GDPR Weekly Show
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Covid19 update on GDPR implications for hospitality venues, Review of GDPR compliant tracing apps to capture NHS Track and Trace data, Matt Hancock faces legal action over no DPIA for Track and Trace, Ransomware which reports you for GDPR breach, Facebook data breach, ONS identifies UK cyber crime hotspots, NHS Orkney data breaches, CCPA enforcement stage, California healthcare data breach, Garante fines Unicredit following data breach, EU sets out global ambitions for GDPR, A look at Australia's new CDR rules