All 3 results for boris johnson speaker:Lord Willetts

Public Bill Committee: Intellectual Property Bill [Lords]: New Clause 6 - Lookalikes (30 Jan 2014)

David Willetts: ...annals as one of the great apologies. One thinks of Nixon telling Frost he had let down the American people. Perhaps more relevant—as the hon. Gentleman will be going to Sheffield—might be Boris Johnson’s trip to Liverpool, which could provide some sort of guidance for him as he prepares his pilgrimage north to apologise. The Henderson’s Relish episode brought the Second Reading...

Pfizer (Sandwich) (7 Mar 2011)

David Willetts: ...and how that would encourage investment and would encourage people to move to the area. Thirdly, there is the whole issue of the airfield at Manston. Occasionally, I think that we have found Boris Johnson’s island. The existence of the runway and the great significance it could have for improving transport links has been drawn to our attention. I cannot make any commitments tonight, but...

Opposition Day — [4th Allotted Day]: Skills and Further Education (3 Feb 2009)

David Willetts: ...Secretary of State's announcements—one that made the front page of The Daily Telegraph before Christmas, on Tuesday 9 December 2008. Underneath the fantastic banner headline of an article by Boris Johnson, "When did Christmas Trees Get So Expensive?", there was the following headline: "Jobless middle class get study cash". That article included the statement: "John Denham, the Skills...

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