All 3 results for boris johnson speaker:Lord Jenkin of Roding

Localism Bill: Report (3rd Day) (12 Sep 2011)

Lord Jenkin of Roding: ...promoting both London City Airport and the Docklands Light Railway. These have transformed the Docklands area and indeed much of east London. Therefore, it is no surprise that the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, supported by the Greater London Assembly, has persuaded the Government to include mayoral development corporations in the Bill. This is what Chapter 2 of Part 7 of the Bill is all...

Localism Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (23 Jun 2011)

Lord Jenkin of Roding: ...a member of a consultative body with Raymond Barre, who made his great reputation as the mayor of Lyon. There are plenty of other examples: Mr Chirac was the mayor of Paris. I do not know whether Boris Johnson has any ambitions in that direction, but at the moment he is seeking to defend his seat in London as the mayor. However, we have not had that tradition. The noble Lord, Lord Beecham,...

Science, Technology and Engineering — Debate (4 Jun 2009)

Lord Jenkin of Roding: ...we all put on hair shirts. It simply does not work like that. I was present at a foundation seminar last night on science in the cities, where much the same point was made by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, talking about better homes and building insulation: if you want to secure your objectives, the public must know that it will pay them to do it. This is regarded in some circles as...

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