House of Commons
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ROLE OF MOBILE PHONE TECHNOLOGY IN PUBLIC SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS
EDM #811
Tabled 01 March 2005
2004-05 Session
That this House welcomes the contribution mobile communications technology is making to improving the delivery of public services, particularly health, transport, policing and local government; believes that this technology can improve efficiency, cut bureaucracy and reduce the burden on essential front line services, by offering public sector workers access to important information and data as and when it is needed; notes that mobile technology services such as general practitioner appointment reminders by text message or real time travel information via the mobile internet offer personalised access to public sector services; further notes the potential of third generation mobile communications to improve access to information and services; and urges the Government to consider seriously its widespread use in public sector reform and improvements.

Signatures (61)

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.
In addition to the sponsors, the following Members have signed to support the motion.
Bradley, Mr Keith
Labour
08 March 2005
Campbell, Mrs Anne
Labour
14 March 2005
Campbell, Mr Ronnie
Labour
02 March 2005
Clarke, Mr Tony
Labour
08 March 2005
Connarty, Michael
Labour
21 March 2005
Conway, Derek
Conservative
04 April 2005
Corbyn, Jeremy
Labour
08 March 2005
Cox, Tom
Labour
08 March 2005
Cryer, Mrs Ann
Labour
14 March 2005
Dean, Mrs Janet
Labour
01 March 2005
Dowd, Jim
Labour
15 March 2005
Edwards, Mr Huw
Labour
09 March 2005
Evans, Mr Nigel
Conservative
01 March 2005
Fabricant, Michael
Conservative
10 March 2005
Flight, Mr Howard
Conservative
14 March 2005
Flook, Mr Adrian
Conservative
14 March 2005
Flynn, Paul
Labour
03 March 2005
Gillan, Mrs Cheryl
Conservative
15 March 2005
Griffiths, Jane
Labour
02 March 2005
Hamilton, Mr David
Labour
03 March 2005
Hancock, Mr Mike
Liberal Democrat
02 March 2005
Heald, Mr Oliver
Conservative
05 April 2005
Hendry, Charles
Conservative
23 March 2005
Humble, Mrs Joan
Labour
14 March 2005
Hunter, Mr Andrew
Democratic Unionist Party
21 March 2005
Iddon, Dr Brian
Labour
14 March 2005
Jones, Mr Kevan
Labour
14 March 2005
Jones, Lynne
Labour
02 March 2005
Jones, Mr Nigel
Liberal Democrat
10 March 2005
Laing, Mrs Eleanor
Conservative
16 March 2005
McDonnell, John
Labour
14 March 2005
McIntosh, Miss Anne
Conservative
17 March 2005
McNamara, Mr Kevin
Labour
08 March 2005
Naysmith, Dr Doug
Labour
22 March 2005
O'Brien, Mr Stephen
Conservative
14 March 2005
O'Neill, Mr Martin
Labour
10 March 2005
Olner, Mr Bill
Labour
07 March 2005
Owen, Albert
Labour
08 March 2005
Pickles, Mr Eric
Conservative
05 April 2005
Pope, Mr Greg
Labour
14 March 2005
Rapson, Syd
Labour
08 March 2005
Reed, Mr Andy
Labour
10 March 2005
Robertson, John
Labour
01 March 2005
Ross, Mr Ernie
Labour
03 March 2005
Sawford, Phil
Labour
04 April 2005
Sheridan, Jim
Labour
02 March 2005
Singh, Mr Marsha
Labour
10 March 2005
Spelman, Mrs Caroline
Conservative
23 March 2005
Spink, Bob
Conservative
02 March 2005
Swire, Mr Hugo
Conservative
14 March 2005
Turner, Mr Dennis
Labour
09 March 2005
Vis, Dr Rudi
Labour
07 March 2005
Waterson, Mr Nigel
Conservative
04 April 2005
Watkinson, Angela
Conservative
14 March 2005
Wyatt, Derek
Labour
01 March 2005
There are no withdrawn signatures for this Motion