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Boris Johnson

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


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Written Answers — Prime Minister: Members: Correspondence (20 Oct 2021)

Boris Johnson: A reply has been sent.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Inter-parliamentary Dialogue (18 Oct 2021)

Diane Dodds: ...for Brexit voted for the United Kingdom to leave as one United Kingdom and that we in Northern Ireland would leave on the same basis as every other part of the United Kingdom. I regret that the Boris Johnson Government did not do that, and I think that it will be to their shame forever that they did such a thing.

Tributes to Sir David Amess (18 Oct 2021)

Boris Johnson: I beg to move, That this House do now adjourn. The passing of 72 hours has done little to numb the shock and sadness we all felt when we heard of the tragic and senseless death of Sir David Amess. This House has lost a steadfast servant, we have lost a dear friend and colleague, and Julia and her children have lost a loving husband and devoted father. Nothing I or anyone else can say will...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: UN Climate Conference 2021 (18 Oct 2021)

Boris Johnson: A successful COP26 is at the top of the Government’s agenda. I regularly raise climate change and COP26 in my bilateral meetings. Most recently, during my visit to the US and attendance at the UN General Assembly, I raised climate change with the heads of state or government from Brazil, Colombia, South Korea, Turkey, and the US. I co-hosted a climate roundtable with the UN Secretary...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Northern Ireland Government: USA (18 Oct 2021)

Boris Johnson: President Biden and I speak regularly on a broad range of issues, including Northern Ireland which was raised in our last in-person meeting on 21 September. I reiterated the Government’s unshakable commitment to the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement and we agreed on the importance of protecting peace in Northern Ireland. Our Embassy in Washington regularly engages with the US Administration...

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...

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...

Social Care in England - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Baroness Wheeler: ...look forward to the Minister’s response to my noble friend Lady Donaghy’s expert analysis of the funding issues for care homes and social housing. Labour has made it crystal clear that Boris Johnson’s plan is not the thought-through and fully funded long-term plan for social care that is so desperately needed. In the words of the Labour leader, Keir Starmer, an unfair tax hike that...

Social Care in England - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Baroness Wheeler: ...look forward to the Minister’s response to my noble friend Lady Donaghy’s expert analysis of the funding issues for care homes and social housing. Labour has made it crystal clear that Boris Johnson’s plan is not the thought-through and fully funded long-term plan for social care that is so desperately needed. In the words of the Labour leader, Keir Starmer, an unfair tax hike that...

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: Employment Gap (Monitoring) (6 Oct 2021)

Richard Lochhead: ...over the next 10 years. I am sure that the advisory council is looking at the role of regional policy, and we look forward to its deliberations. The point that I have raised is important, given Boris Johnson’s reference today to levelling up across the United Kingdom. So far, he has refused to involve the Scottish Government, to any meaningful degree, in decisions on how the funds will...

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: ...in 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: Low-income Households (Support) (30 Sep 2021)

...mitigate the impact of those decisions. We need to get those powers out of the hands of UK Governments and into the hands of this Parliament. As long as Anas Sarwar prefers to leave those powers in Boris Johnson’s hands, he will not have the credibility that he wants to have before this chamber.

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...


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