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Individual Learning Accounts (11 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: Will the Minister give way?

Written Answers — Home Department: Dr. Dizaei (17 Dec 2001)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if the officers monitoring Dr Dizaei's telephone conversations on the police telephone network between September 1999 and January 2001 were part of the team investigating him.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Schedule 3 (18 Dec 2001)

Division number 19 - 6 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Alistair Carmichael, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 255 - Restrictions on dealing etc. with property (18 Dec 2001)

Division number 20 - 5 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Alistair Carmichael, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Helen Clark, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 255 - Restrictions on dealing etc. with property (18 Dec 2001)

..., George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson Voting no: Norman Baker, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Boris Johnson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 291 - Code of Practice (8 Jan 2002)

Division number 22 - 4 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Annette Brooke, Alistair Carmichael, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, Tom Harris, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 288 - Searches (8 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: Will the Minister help me with one point that I cannot understand? I am sure that there is an easy answer, but I cannot see it. If a constable in a suspected criminal's house sees a pint pot on the mantelpiece full of £5 notes, how can the constable demonstrate that the money might be used for criminal purposes? How is it envisaged that one could show that the cash was intended for the...

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 306 - General exceptions (10 Jan 2002)

Division number 24 - 5 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Helen Clark, Ian Davidson, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 294 - Detention of seized cash (10 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: I am sorry to trouble the Minister. A sudden thought has flashed into my head that could save a great deal of money. Perhaps we have inadvertently stumbled across a brilliant way of economising. If it is possible for a constable not only to seize the cash but to hold on to it for two years, what is the purpose of the Assets Recovery Agency?

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 300 - Compensation (10 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: I hesitate to intervene on the Minister. I am at a loss to understand what either hobbits or my hairstyle have to do with the important amendments under discussion. If someone could explain that to me, I should be most grateful.

Orders of the Day — Office of Communications Bill [Lords] (14 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: ...of Rome, we see that many of the things that the BBC does in its current form do not cohere with state aid rules. On the BBC news the other night there was a flagrant plug for—[Hon. Members: "Boris Johnson!"] On the contrary, it was a plug for a film about Iris Murdoch, which was partly funded by the BBC. The corporation does this all the time. Whenever one turns it on, one sees a plug...

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 311 - Director's general Revenue functions (15 Jan 2002)

Division number 25 - 8 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, John Robertson, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate

Landfill (15 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: I am glad to be able to hold this debate in Westminster Hall. I have applied for it many times. My purpose is to ensure the preservation of a tax credit scheme that has been responsible for improving the lives of people in my constituency in south Oxfordshire in all sorts of unexpected and unsuspected ways and has acted with great sensitivity to local needs and interests. I see that the...

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 321 - Concealing etc (17 Jan 2002)

Division number 26 - 7 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Alistair Carmichael, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Stephen Hesford, Ian Lucas, Anne McGuire, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 321 - Concealing etc (17 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: The Minister cannot have it both ways. I do not see why the elementary clarification cannot be made. He has been unnecessarily tough on my hon. Friend the Member for Beaconsfield, who has made a point that is to do with both the drafting and the substance of the clause. Why can we not insert ''knowingly''? Why can the clause not say, ''knows or has reasonable grounds to suspect,'' especially...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Goats (22 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs if goats are to be included with sheep with respect to BSE testing; and what her policy is on the destruction of the national goat herd if BSE is found to be present in sheep.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Goats (22 Jan 2002)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what reasons lie behind the recent changes to the regulations for the transportation of goats for mating.

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 335 - Requirements for making of production order (29 Jan 2002)

Division number 32 - 8 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Mark Field, Dominic Grieve, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Tredinnick, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Tom Harris, Stephen Hesford, Mark Lazarowicz, Ian Lucas, Anne McGuire, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson

Public Bill Committee: Proceeds of Crime Bill: Clause 347 - Requirements for making of disclosure order (29 Jan 2002)

Division number 33 - 6 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Norman Baker, Annette Brooke, Mark Field, Nick Hawkins, Boris Johnson, David Wilshire Voting no: Bob Ainsworth, Vera Baird, Helen Clark, Wayne David, Ian Davidson, George Foulkes, Stephen Hesford, Ian Lucas, Stephen McCabe, Anne McGuire, Paul Stinchcombe, Howard Stoate, Tom Watson


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