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Questions to the Mayor of London — Violent Crime: Violent Crime (6 Jul 2022)

Sadiq Khan: ...can think about being more brave.  I think that is what you are asking for, being more brave in explaining as near as possible to the incident the other side of the story, rather than this delay leading to people prejudging and leading to less trust and confidence. Can I take that away and see what more they can do? I think it is an operational response, rather than coming from me for...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Policing and the easing of lockdown regulations: Policing and the easing of lockdown regulations (29 Jul 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...- is if I could write to the MPs and say, “This is a cross-party view of City Hall”. It makes it much more powerful. What I will do is, through the usual channels, speak to the various Group leaders to see if they are agreeable to me saying, “This is the view of City Hall”. That would really make the letter more powerful. You are right about the importance and the difference that a...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Finances of London: Finances of London (6 Jul 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...in the safe, clearly, but we do not want to inadvertently cut off our nose to spite our face in relation to what makes London so special, what is our unique selling point (USP), because that could lead to investments being spent elsewhere by businesses rather than in London because we are not as attractive going forward. I am cognisant of what you said. I will make sure I reflect on what...

Violent Crime - Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2018)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ...crime, or at least very little. I very much endorse the comments of my noble friend Lord Harris of Haringey in this respect. My friend in the London Assembly, the leader of our group, Mr Len Duvall AM, has also raised these issues and has written an excellent article for the Fabian Society, making it clear how important it is to have this multifaceted approach to tackling the tide of...

Daniel Morgan (29 Feb 2012)

Tom Watson: ..., a fifth investigation began under Assistant Commissioner John Yates. That happened out of the blue after Alastair Morgan had initially approached the Metropolitan Police Authority chairman, Len Duvall. He had ordered the commissioner to present his own report on the case before that. The family were initially deeply sceptical of the new Yates investigation. Devastatingly, after five...

Mauritius Independence BDLL (14 Dec 1967)

Mr George Thomson: ...to Sir Seewoosagur—better known to his many friends on both sides of the House by his more familiar nickname of "Ram"—for the wisdom and statesmanship which, over the years, he has shown in leading his country to the goal of independence, which is now on the point of achievement. I also take the opportunity to remind the House that both the registration of electors, which took place...

Commonwealth and Colonial Affairs (1 Jun 1965)

Mr James Johnson: ...In the late 1950's they felt that to combat the appeal of the multi-racial Labour Party they should take a coloured or Creole man on their platform. So they adopted a young lawyer called Monsieur Duval. They have financed him and he has been the liaison to invite Members of this House to visit Mauritius and see local conditions. Over the past months allegations have been made, with some...


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