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All 6 results for brexit speaker:Susan Hall

Questions to the Mayor of London — New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost: New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost (29 Jan 2019)

Susan Hall: Since you are totally obsessed with Brexit, you obviously realised it causes division and that is all you seem to do at the moment. Given that it caused division and annoyance by many of us who voted Brexit, did you not realise it would cause controversy?

Questions to the Mayor of London — New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost: New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost (29 Jan 2019)

Susan Hall: It is not just me, Mr Mayor. It is those of us that voted Brexit. I repeat, on an evening when everybody should have been brought together - and that is your job as Mayor of this wonderful city - you should not have chosen something that was so divisive. I am just asking whether you did not realise it would be divisive. You spend your entire life being surprised at what I think and say and...

Questions to the Mayor of London — New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost: New Year’s Eve 2018 Fireworks cost (29 Jan 2019)

Susan Hall: Mr Mayor, would you not agree that your complete obsession with Brexit means that you are taking your eye off the ball? You are looking at crime levels - or we are - that are going through the roof. Everywhere is dangerous now in London. That is your responsibility. Brexit is not. If you look at the hole in the finances of TfL, it is an absolute disgrace. That is your responsibility. Brexit...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Brexit Business Hub: Brexit Business Hub (22 Mar 2019)

Susan Hall: How many businesses have directly contacted your Brexit Business Hub since its launch in September 2018?

Questions to the Mayor of London — Spit Guards: Spit Guards (25 Sep 2019)

Susan Hall: Mr Mayor, while your eyes are firmly on Brexit mine are firmly on the safety of Londoners and particularly our incredible police officers. It was eventually agreed by Cressida Dick [DBE QPM, Commissioner, MPS] that frontline officers could have spit guards on 7 February 2019. If you are telling me they are not getting them until April 2020 that is an absolute disgrace. Perhaps you could...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Indian High Commission Protests: Indian High Commission Protests (25 Sep 2019)

Susan Hall: ...was looking at your Twitter feed there is nothing about it on there. You congratulated people on their A-level results, which is appropriate of course. You obviously tweeted about fighting against Brexit because that is what you seem to do all the time. However, given this was such a serious event nothing, absolutely nothing. I am sure you understand why people are feeling disappointed by...


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