All 4 results for boris johnson speaker:Keith Brown

Scottish Parliament: Monklands Hospital (Closure) (27 Jun 2019)

Keith Brown: In light of the reports today that the couple who did their civic duty and reported the domestic disturbance in the Boris Johnson flat have now had to move out and require security assistance, and in light of the fact that the latest victim of Ruth Davidson’s endorsement, Jeremy Hunt, has admitted that the Tory Government, in contrast to the SNP Government in Scotland, has gone far too far...

Scottish Parliament: UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights Report (26 Jun 2019)

Keith Brown: ...them from ill health, poor educational prospects or a lack of opportunities; and enhances their freedom. The difference between the SNP Government and the Tory Government could not be more stark. Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have presided over a decade of austerity, cuts and sanctions, and they are now offering huge tax cuts to the wealthy. The Scottish Government, for its part, spends...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Withdrawal Negotiations (5 Mar 2019)

Keith Brown: ...but I do not remember any of them saying in 2014 that people should vote no to guarantee Brexit. Their party said the exact opposite. Then, in the 2016 referendum campaign, during her debates with Boris Johnson, remainer Ruth clearly laid out the threat of economic calamity that Brexit posed, although in 2014 she had stated that that threat was likely only as a result of a vote for...

Scottish Parliament: Strict Liability (29 Oct 2013)

Keith Brown: ...change that has been mentioned. Perhaps that is worth investigating further. John Lamont talked about spend per head of population, but he restricted his comments to the Conservative Party and what Boris Johnson is doing in London. Outside London, the spend per head of population in other parts of England is around £1.50 whereas in Scotland this year it is around £4.00 and will be around...

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