All 3 results for boris johnson speaker:Yvette Cooper

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Police (8 Feb 2012)

Yvette Cooper: ...million from the Devon and Cornwall police. Big cuts are being made to force after force next year, except in London. Three months before the mayoral election, and three weeks after the polls show Boris Johnson falling behind, the Government suddenly decide to reopen the budget for London—they suddenly decide to come up with a pre-election £90 million bung. The London Mayor has spent...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Police (8 Feb 2012)

Yvette Cooper: put on a blonde wig, jump on a bike and become a struggling Tory candidate to get the money they need? The Home Secretary should be more concerned about public safety than about the safety of Boris Johnson. This is a con for Londoners, it is a rip-off for the rest of the country and it is pork barrel politics at its worst.

Metropolitan Police Service (18 Jul 2011)

Yvette Cooper: ...with elected police and crime commissioners. The nearest that Britain has to an elected police chief is the London Mayor, and that did not stop the problems at the Met—instead it made them worse. Boris Johnson described the phone-hacking allegations as “codswallop” and said that it “looks like a politically motivated put-up job by the Labour party”. What backing does the Home...

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