Results 101–120 of 2000 for boris johnson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 6 - Making of order (15 Nov 2001)

Division number 1 - 7 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Alistair Carmichael, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 6 - Making of order (20 Nov 2001)

Division number 2 - 6 yes, 16 no Voting yes: Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 11 - Assumptions to be made in case of criminal lifestyle (20 Nov 2001)

Boris Johnson: I would like to be absolutely clear. Is the Minister taking the two terms—lifestyle criminal and having a criminal lifestyle—to be coincidental, synonymous and mutually substitutable?

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 17 - Statement of information (22 Nov 2001)

Division number 7 - 7 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 20 - No order made: reconsideration of case (27 Nov 2001)

Boris Johnson: What if the culprit used his granny's car to engage in not just criminal activity but lawful activity by which he obtained property in connection with his particular criminal conduct? If I understand the clause correctly, that property would be forfeit, or liable for confiscation.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 41 - Conditions for exercise of powers (29 Nov 2001)

Division number 8 - 6 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Alistair Carmichael, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Wayne David, George Foulkes, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 70 - Committal by magistrates' court (29 Nov 2001)

Division number 10 - 5 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Wayne David, George Foulkes, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Vehicle Excise Duty (4 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions for what reasons (a) a claimant who applies after his 65th birthday is not exempt from vehicle excise duty and (b) a claimant who claims before his 65th birthday continues to receive an exemption afterwards; and if he will make a statement.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 75 - Criminal lifestyle (4 Dec 2001)

Division number 12 - 4 yes, 10 no Voting yes: Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Ian Davidson, Tom Harris, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 94 - Making of order (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for that clear elucidation of what I was trying to say. The hon. Member for Orkney and Shetland, with one thrust, detonated and exploded the weakness in the amendment.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 113 - Conviction or other disposal of accused (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: On a point of order, Mr. McWilliam. I should be grateful for clarification of amendment No. 198.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 114 - Accused neither convicted nor acquitted (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: I am sorry to revert to terminology, but can the Minister elucidate the difference north of the border between the meaning of the word ''thinks'' and the word ''believes'', because—

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 115 - Variation of order (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: I rise to speak with great trepidation. I think that my commission was to find a sentence in which the word ''found'' was used in a not particularly well-founded way. I hope that I have just done it.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 147 - Value of tainted gifts (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: Or include him in my next book.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 157 - Rules of court (6 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: I am not a lawyer, but sederunt means ''they sat down''.

Written Answers — Health: Lymphoedema (10 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what system is used in the funding of lymphoedema clinics; if he will take steps to encourage a uniform service; and if he will make a statement.

Individual Learning Accounts (11 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: Will the Minister give way?

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Administration Costs (11 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what proportion of her Department's budget in 2001–02 is spent on administration costs; and if she will make a statement.


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