All 5 results for boris johnson speaker:Lord Campbell-Savours

Office for Students: Appointments - Question (9 Jan 2018)

Lord Campbell-Savours: My Lords, did a conversation take place between Boris Johnson and his brother, Jo Johnson, prior to this appointment?

Housing and Planning Bill: Committee (4th Day) (Continued) (8 Mar 2016)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...Horam: I think it is possible to replace stock in the same borough—you just build high rise. If you compare high-rise and low-rise property, the figures stack up. I think I read somewhere that Boris Johnson—or was it Goldsmith?—had extracted an agreement from the Government whereby they were going to have to replace two for one in London. That is what we are talking about. Obviously,...

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill — Report (1st Day) (7 Feb 2011)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...get the preliminaries out of the way, the supplementary vote is already used in 13 cities in the United Kingdom. It is used in the mayoral elections, and it was used in the London election to elect Boris Johnson. Many people think when they walk into the polling booth in London and vote for a mayor for London they are voting under an AV system. They are not. They are voting under a...

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (8 Dec 2010)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...they believe are available to them under the optional preferential system of the Bill. The supplementary vote is the system that is used to elect the United Kingdom's 13 elected mayors, including Boris Johnson. The coalition hopes to create a further 12 directly elected mayors-which many of us support-presumably under the same, successful system which is now being used and supported by...

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill: Second Reading (1st Day) (15 Nov 2010)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...the fact that it was easy to sell to the public. It is a well proven system, already in use in the United Kingdom, that has worked very successfully for millions of voters in multiple elections. Boris Johnson and the mayors are elected under it, so why not MPs? Professor Dunleavy at the LSE, Professor Helen Margetts and a number of other academics, including Professor Simon Hix and a few...

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