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Boris Johnson

Conservative MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (7 Jun 2001 – current)

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Inequalities of Region and Place - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...from the recent appointment of Neil O’Brien to the rebranded Department for Levelling Up. In his speech last Wednesday, which was overshadowed by another speech on the same day, he said: “Boris Johnson put levelling up at the heart of his conference speech ... But what is it? The objectives of levelling up are clear. To empower local leaders and communities.” That objective was...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Question for Urgent Oral Answer — The Executive Office: North/South Ministerial Council Meetings: High Court Ruling (12 Oct 2021)

Pat Catney: First Minister, are you not embarrassed by your antics over the whole Brexit issue? Simply, yours is the party that owns it. You tripped in and out of Number 10 with Boris Johnson. Take ownership of it and get on with what you agreed and what you liked at the time.

Health and Social Care Levy Bill - Second Reading (and remaining stages) (11 Oct 2021)

Baroness Thornton: ..., at Second Reading, thinking about the legislation that might be amended and how we might amend it and put it under greater scrutiny—so more is the pity today. During the 2019 general election, Boris Johnson said, “Read my lips, we will not be raising taxes on income or VAT or national insurance”. The Chancellor of the Exchequer has gone further and solemnly said, “Our plans are...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Labour Shortages (11 Oct 2021)

Jemma Dolan: ...said, Brexit has resulted in skilled EU workers leaving the North through the British Government's reckless decision to end freedom of movement. That is the hard Brexit championed by the DUP, which Boris Johnson is now trying to sell as a plan. He says the shortages are all part of the move to a high-wage economy. The truth is that Boris is a man without a plan. He and his Brexiteers have...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland in the World (6 Oct 2021)

Paul McLennan: ...established the stay in Scotland campaign. Scotland is a proud European country—I am proud to be Scottish and European. Many EU citizens see themselves as being European and Scottish. Today, Boris Johnson is reported to have said in his conference speech that he wanted to end the “broken model” of a low-wage, low-growth economy. That broken UK economy has failed Scotland over many...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards: Bespoke Agreement (4 Oct 2021)

Clare Bailey: ...that the most that we can do is pass a motion, call out the decision-makers and ask the UK Government and the EU to listen to us. It is a sad reflection on the UK Government and Prime Minister Boris Johnson that they advise British businesses, cheesemakers in particular, to set up their businesses in Europe, rather than allowing and advising them to come to Northern Ireland to access...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Universal Credit Uplift (4 Oct 2021)

Deirdre Hargey: hardship and poverty for people across the North who are already struggling. The facts of the proposed cut are clear: it will cause enormous hardship for people immediately. At a time when Boris and his cronies are looking at tax breaks for the rich, this is totally unacceptable and immoral. I made Members aware in previous discussions that I wrote to the British Secretary of State for...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Universal Credit Uplift (4 Oct 2021)

Patsy McGlone: ...the past 18 months, the Tory Government in London want to make those who are least able to afford it pay for the economic costs of the pandemic. As well as the proposed cut to universal credit, the Boris Johnson-led Government are prematurely raising, to 12·5%, the VAT that is paid by the hospitality sector, which is still in shock and has many staff who are still not back at work from...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Omagh Bomb: Public Inquiry (4 Oct 2021)

Daniel McCrossan: ..., had a real prospect of preventing the Omagh bombing". Against that backdrop, I want to use today to reiterate my calls and those of the SDLP on the Secretary of State, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the British Government and, indeed, the Irish Government to do the right thing and order a public inquiry into the Omagh bombing that will, after two decades, finally bring some...

Scottish Parliament: Lamb (United States Import Ban) (30 Sep 2021)

Jim Fairlie: While in Washington last week, Boris Johnson claimed that the US ban on imports of lamb had been lifted. United Kingdom Government memos that have been obtained by the Daily Record , however, reveal that the ban has not been lifted and that the PM was “misleading”. I am quoting UK civil servants. Does the First Minister agree that the way in which the Tories are treating the industry is...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit Impact on Supply Chain and Labour Market (30 Sep 2021)

Angus Robertson: ..., through which the UK would stay within the European single market. The UK Government also ignored that compromise proposal. Instead, the Tory Government at Westminster, under the leadership of Boris Johnson, decided on the hardest of Brexits and a distant relationship with the EU. At the 2019 UK general election, the Tories sought a mandate for their hard Brexit approach. The people of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Universal Credit Uplift Removal: Impact in Foyle (28 Sep 2021)

Sinead McLaughlin: ...parallel universe bears no resemblance whatever to the realities that my constituents — my hard-working families — in Derry face every day. Is it surprising? It is not surprising at all. It is Boris Johnson, and he is playing true to form. I do not expect him to behave with decency towards the people whom I represent. If I am honest, I am even more enraged with our Executive when I...

Scottish Parliament: Universal Credit (28 Sep 2021)

Carol Mochan: ...turn those who are least able to get by. I know that Tory colleagues will say, as they often do, that what I am saying is evidence of an anti-Tory mindset. Let me be honest: I am anti-Tory—Boris Johnson is destroying not only my region, South Scotland, but the entire UK with decisions such as this cut. It will correctly be seen by the electorate as cruel. When so many people are living...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Congestion Charge Consultation: Congestion Charge Consultation (27 Sep 2021)

Sadiq Khan: ...who has supported some challenges criticising our consultation on previous schemes. When you look at previous consultations under the Congestion Charge - I have looked at the two that [The Rt Hon] Boris Johnson [MP, former Mayor of London] did when he increased the Congestion Charge twice and the one done by Ken Livingstone [former Mayor of London] when he increased it as well - our...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Machinery of Government (23 Sep 2021)

Boris Johnson: I am making this statement to bring to the House’s attention the following Machinery of Government change. Responsibility for driving forward the levelling up agenda and elections and UK governance and devolution policy is being moved to create a new Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. This change will embed levelling up commitments and policy on governance in the United...

Salisbury Incident 2018: Update (21 Sep 2021)

Priti Patel: ...every possible step to detain them and extradite them so that they face justice. After the attack in Salisbury, my right hon. Friends the Members for Maidenhead and for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) put in place the toughest package that the UK has levied against another state for more than 30 years, consisting of diplomatic, legislative and economic measures. We continue to...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Machinery of Government (21 Sep 2021)

Boris Johnson: I am making this statement to bring to the House’s attention the following Machinery of Government change. Responsibility for the operation of the Vaccine Damage Payments Scheme will transfer from the Department for Work and Pensions to the Department of Health and Social Care. This change will take effect on 1 November 2021.

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 Update (21 Sep 2021) an important part of our repertoire, and it’s great that loads of events have been working to use them. People have been making the system work.” Those are the words, from just last week, of Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister. We are being straight with people in saying that we are introducing vaccination passports because we think that they can make a difference, and we are doing...

Aukus (16 Sep 2021)

Boris Johnson: With permission, Mr Speaker, I will make a statement about our friendship with Australia and the United States, and the security of the Indo-Pacific. Yesterday I joined President Biden and Prime Minister Morrison to create a new trilateral defence partnership between our countries known as AUKUS. Australia has, for the first time, taken the momentous decision to acquire a fleet of...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Members: Correspondence (16 Sep 2021)

Boris Johnson: This information is not centrally collated in the form requested. Where a Hon. Member writes to me about a matter that is directly the responsibility of another Department, it has been the long-standing practice of successive administrations for that matter to be passed to that Department for a substantive reply, on my behalf. This means that the data on such response times will be included...

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