Andrew Dismore: ...for Government help. According to an internal Cabinet Office report last month, only 37% of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have made sufficient or in some cases any preparations for a no-deal Brexit. Should this Operation Kingfisher paper also be published?
Andrew Dismore: What assessment have you made of the impact of a no-deal Brexit on the supply of materials and labour for remediating ACM cladding on tall buildings?
Andrew Dismore: How are you supporting London’s schools to provide nutritious food for children receiving free school meals in the event of a no-deal Brexit?
Andrew Dismore: What contingency plans are in place to ensure Londoners have access to adequate and nutritious food in the event on a no-deal Brexit?
Andrew Dismore: Has Brexit intensified austerity in London and led to a decline in living standards for Londoners?
Andrew Dismore: What impact would no-deal Brexit have on London’s food supply chain?
Andrew Dismore: ...foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2018, but the number of projects was down by 13% on the previous year. Fifteen per cent of global investors have put investment plans in the UK on hold owing to Brexit, the firm said, but only 6% planned to move assets out of the UK in the future. Sectors exposed to Brexit experienced major declines in FDI in 2018, with manufacturing down by 35%,...
Andrew Dismore: Have you received any further information from the Government about London’s share of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, which is due to replace EU funding after Brexit?
Andrew Dismore: In the EU Exit Working Group in February, it was stated that the LEAP provides the Government with business intelligence relating to Brexit on a weekly basis. Are the Government taking your intelligence and recommendations on board?
Andrew Dismore: ...once the UK leaves the EU so they can put effective continuity plans in place? What are businesses supposed to do when frontrunner Boris Johnson’s approach to businesses concerns about the hard Brexit he wants is to say, “Eff business”, as he did in June last year  to the event marking the Queen’s official birthday?
Andrew Dismore: ...Coroner’s recommendations is appalling, as set out in the comprehensive article in the current edition of Inside Housing magazine. Would you agree that the list of late or non-activity by this Brexit-obsessed Conservative Government is little more than an insult to the memory of the 72 victims of the fire, to the survivors of the local community and to the 4,600 social then 10,600...
Andrew Dismore: Given where we are on Brexit, what do you consider the implications are for the London economy and for Londoners?
Andrew Dismore: ..., as you say, slags off MPs instead. Even though the Speaker correctly says she cannot bring back her failed plan for a third time, is it not time to explore support for other options, for a softer Brexit as proposed by Labour or better still to go back to the country in the People’s Vote, a second referendum to break the impasse? Will you be joining me and others at the protest on Saturday?
Andrew Dismore: ...and as the WTO Article 24 only covers goods and not services, the restrictions 80% of our exports face are completely unknown. What does Article 24 of the WTO rules, in the event of a noâdeal Brexit, mean for London’s economy, which is so heavily serviceâbased?
Andrew Dismore: What will be the economic impact of Brexit on the London University sector?
Andrew Dismore: Brexit will mean the end of opportunities for UK students to study in other EU countries, and for other country EU students to study in the UK, under the Erasmus programme. What can you do to campaign to help bring such opportunities back for Londoner students?
Andrew Dismore: What estimate have you made of the impact of a hard Brexit on the Metropolitan Police‘s ability to recruit a) officers and b) members of staff in who are nationals of other EU countries?
Andrew Dismore: What estimate have you made of the impact of a hard Brexit on the GLA’s ability to recruit staff who are nationals of other EU countries?
Andrew Dismore: How many members of staff in the GLA are nationals of other EU countries; what estimate have you made of the likely number who will return home in the event of a hard Brexit; and what are you doing to provide assistance and reassurance to them?
Andrew Dismore: How many members of staff in TfL are nationals of other EU countries; what estimate have you made of the likely number who will return home in the event of a hard Brexit; and what are you doing to provide assistance and reassurance to them?