Lord McNally

Lord McNally's full title is The Rt Hon. the Lord McNally. His name is Tom McNally, 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.

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
Internet, Communications and Technology
To further understanding of policy issues affecting the internet, communications and technology sectors between parliamentarians, the industry, consumer groups, academia and other relevant and diverse stakeholders.
Officer
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
Sport and Physical Activity in the Criminal Justice System
To be the central, constructive, cross-party voice in parliament that promotes the benefits of sport-based interventions and physical activity as effective tools for the diversion and prevention of crime and the rehabilitation of people involved with the criminal justice system.
Vice Chair
Transatlantic Trade
To provide a focus for UK parliamentary cross-party support for a comprehensive transatlantic trade and investment agreement; to contribute to greater public debate and understanding of potential benefits and drawbacks for British consumers, workers and businesses; to strengthen parliamentary and public scrutiny to help secure a successful agreement.
Vice Chair