Conservative London Assembly Member for Greater London (5 May 2016 – current)
Conservative MP for West Bromwich West (13 Dec 2019 – current)
Division number 1 - 3 yes, 14 no Voting yes: Henry Bellingham, Gregory Campbell, Jeffrey M Donaldson Voting no: David Anderson, Adrian Bailey, Lorely Burt, Vernon Coaker, Mike Hall, Meg Hillier, Huw Irranca-Davies, Alasdair McDonnell, John MacDougall, Chris Mole, Lembit Öpik, Nick Palmer, Lynda Waltho, Shaun Woodward
Shaun Bailey: Are you still committed to tackling street racing?
Theresa Villiers: Will the Home Secretary ask the Mayor of London to consider as a matter of urgency adopting the plan put forward by Shaun Bailey for funding an extra 2,000 police officers through reducing waste at City Hall and public affairs spending?
Shaun Bailey: What difference have you made to ensure that the untapped talent in London have the opportunities to reach their potential?
Shaun Bailey: What progress has been made in meeting your target of installing 300 rapid charging points in London by 2020?
Shaun Bailey: How many dedicated taxi-only rapid charging points have been installed in London, and do you consider this to be enough to support taxi drivers who have switched to the ZEC taxi and encourage more to do the same?
Shaun Bailey: Can you provide an update on the work of the Online Hate Crime Hub?
Shaun Bailey: Would the Mayor update the chamber on what measures are being undertaken to stop the street racing on the A10 Great Cambridge Road that continues to disturb Londoners into the early hours?
Shaun Bailey: Would the Mayor commit to delivering a permanent solution to the on-going street racing problem on the A10 Great Cambridge Road in Enfield that is continuing to cause much distress to Londoners?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, many dogs have been reported stolen?
Shaun Bailey: Do you expect the recruitment of part time police officers to negatively impact the police gender pay gap?
Shaun Bailey: Good morning, Liz. Good morning, David. Given that a significant area of the OPDC site is strategic industrial locations, how will you be affected by the Mayor’s new London Plan policy of no net loss of strategic industrial locations? How will it affect your delivery?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many ATMs have been raided by criminals?
Shaun Bailey: For each of the years July 16 to June 17, July 17 to June 18 and July 18 to June 19, how many crimes have been committed at pupil referral units, broken down by crime type?
Shaun Bailey: Should new housing be supported by sufficient infrastructure?
Shaun Bailey: What plans are in place to speed up tree planting within the remainder of your mayoral term?
Shaun Bailey: Broken down by year since 2016, how many armed response vehicles does the MPS possess?
Shaun Bailey: Given the worrying levels of crime on London’s tube network, what plans are in place to protect both passengers and TfL staff?
Shaun Bailey: What assessment have you made of the impact on London’s businesses on the continuing delay of the Elizabeth Line?
Shaun Bailey: What is your financial contingency plan if the Elizabeth Line is delayed again past March 2021?