Lord Taylor of Warwick

Lord Taylor of Warwick's full title is The Lord Taylor of Warwick. His name is John David Beckett Taylor, and he is a current member of the House of Lords.

APPG officer roles

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

Officer Roles are drawn from the latest edition of the Register of APPGs. To see the latest edition of the register, go to Published Register of APPGs.

Adult Education
To celebrate the contribution of adult education to the social, economic and cultural wellbeing of the UK and to raise the profile of adult education through exploring the need for policy change and developing new evidence to demonstrate its impact.
Vice Chair
Adult Social Care
To act as a forum for members of the House of Commons and Lords to enagage with the wider adult social care sector, with the aim of engaging in a cross-party and non-partisan manner to influence government policy on the reform of the adult social care system.
Officer
American Football
To support the sport of American football.
Vice Chair
Assistive Technology
To disseminate knowledge, generate debate and facilitate engagement on assistive technology amongst members of both Houses of Parliament.
Officer
BBC
To encourage debate and engage in discussion about all elements of the BBC, including the BBC World Service and the BBC’s role within the creative industries.
Vice Chair
Boxing
To engage with government and parliament to support all aspects of boxing; set out the benefits of boxing to individuals and wider society; reduce barriers to participation in boxing; celebrate the success of our nation’s boxers; and highlight the potential for boxing clubs to promote diversity, inclusion and regeneration in the UK.
Vice Chair
Commercial Radio
To seek a better understanding between broadcasters and parliamentarians about the vital role that radio plays in our communities and our economy.
Vice Chair
Crypto and Digital Assets
To provide a forum for parliamentarians to discuss the challenges and opportunities relating to the growth and competitiveness of the crypto sector and to explore the need for future regulation.
Vice Chair
Cyber Security
To be a forum for cyber security briefings and discussion. To address developments in cyber security systems and techniques affecting consumers, business and its role in defence, the UK economy/society and the Critical National Infrastructure. To examine security, identity, regulation and fraud. To raise awareness and understanding for non-specialists.
Officer
Dance
To promote dance as an art form and physical activity amongst Parliamentarians and policy makers and the unique and important role it has to play in education, health and wellbeing, community cohesion, social mobility and diversity. To support and build resilience for the sector and its workforce for the long term, including in particular for freelancers and independent artists.
Officer
Digital Identity
To raise awareness of Digital ID issues by providing a forum for briefings and discussion. The group will address how Digital ID systems and techniques affect consumers and businesses and its role in the smooth working of the UK economy and society. The group will promote inclusion and understanding for non-specialists.
Vice Chair
Film and Broader Screen
To enhance understanding of and promotion of the British film industry, film culture and the wider moving image in the UK.
Officer
Financial Technology
To provide a progressive forum for parliamentarians to discuss the challenges and opportunities relating to the growth and competitiveness of the Financial Technology (FinTech) industry.
Vice Chair
Football
To hold meetings for parliamentarians about football issues and raise matters of importance with the football authorities.
Vice Chair
India (Trade and Investment)
To promote trade and investment between India and the UK for the mutual betterment of their citizens, whilst building an inclusive living bridge between the two countries.
Vice Chair
ITV
To provide a forum for parliamentarians to consider and discuss the role and contribution of ITV in broadcasting in the UK and regulatory issues.
Vice Chair
Miscarriages of Justice
To examine the structural problems within the criminal justice system which result in miscarriages of justice and to provide a forum from which to improve access to justice for those who have been wrongly convicted.
Vice Chair
Performing Arts Education and Training
To support parliamentarians in discussions relating to: appropriate training, education, assessment and professional practices across the performing arts, particularly drama, dance and musical theatre; practitioners continuing professional development within the creative and cultural industries; wider benefits of engagement with the performing arts for students, practitioners and audiences.
Vice Chair
Publishing
To promote the value of high quality publishing to UK society, culture and the economy. To foster a better understanding among parliamentarians about publishers, booksellers and associated fields, all of whom contribute to a world-leading publishing sector.
Vice Chair
Race and Community
The group focuses on issues of racial justice. It aims to increase the coverage in parliament of issues relating to race and ethnicity; to update members on these issues as well as on up-to-date research; and to connect the group with charities and other organisations working on these issues around the country.
Officer
United Nations Women
To drive policy change that seeks to: ‘build back better' for women and girls in the UK post-COVID-19; accelerate progress on gender equality and the SDGs in the UK in the lead up to 2030; create game-changing solutions for women's safety in public spaces across the UK.
Officer
Video Games and Esports
To work with the games and interactive entertainment industry, including with its trade body UK Interactive Entertainment, to promote the industry's economic, technological and cultural contributions within Parliament.
Vice Chair