All 2 results for boris johnson speaker:Richard Benyon

Rural Crime — [Mr Mike Weir in the Chair] (9 Apr 2014)

Richard Benyon: ...criminality in rural areas. I commend that legislation and hope that it is being used properly by police forces up and down the country. My then neighbouring MP, just across the Thames in Oxford, Boris Johnson, and I, just after I had got elected, both identified a problem of dog theft. Sometimes when we raised it, people would smile or slightly roll their eyes as if that was not a big...

Dangerous Dogs — [Nadine Dorries in the Chair] (23 May 2012)

Richard Benyon: ...the question of police resources. I can only say that these are local priority issues and will undoubtedly feature in the work of the new police and crime commissioners. When my neighbouring MP was Boris Johnson, we conducted a campaign with Thames Valley police on dog theft. We got that horrible crime treated as much more of a priority by the police force. It allocated resources and has...


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