All 2 results for boris johnson speaker:Richard Simpson

Scottish Parliament: Health and Social Care (9 Dec 2015)

Richard Simpson: Would Gil Paterson like to explain why Boris Johnson has made it a condition of all procurement contracts that are let in London that the workers have to be paid a living wage? The condition is not that the employers should pay all their workers a living wage; just that the workers who are employed as part of that contract should be. We should surely go at least that far.

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Future (14 Jan 2015)

Richard Simpson: ...that are worth more than £2 million, and there are only 895 such residences in Scotland. Our proposal is about the redistribution of wealth that has been accumulated in London. I know that Boris Johnson objects, but we all contribute to that wealth. We all contribute to the development of that megacity, so redistribution from it is entirely appropriate. I said at the beginning of my...


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