It seems that GoNads screwed up the Tories first attempt to amend the 2018 Data Protection Act which implemented the GDPR in the UK. The current data regulation regime has earned the UK an adequacy ruling from the EU commission. This page documents my thoughts on this current attempt to amend the law.

We can find the Bill’s page at, and the House of Commons Library research document on the Bill. The briefing details the original bill and its withdrawal.

In the Commons, line by line examination took place over six sittings between 16 and 23 May 2023, a number of Labour amendments were rejected, on all three parts of the Bill, I need to check on Hansard or somewhere for the contents of those failed amendments.

The ORG critiqued the Bill earlier in the year.

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