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Boris Johnson

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


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Scottish Parliament: European Union Exit (No Deal) (5 Sep 2019)

Jenny Gilruth: I do not know what deal he is talking about—there is no deal. He is living in a fantasy land. Boris has not secured a deal—it does not exist. Boris Johnson is exactly who the Scottish Tories would rather have in charge of this. Boris, whose comments led to the imprisonment of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe; Boris, who compared women who wear burqas and niqabs to letterboxes; Boris, who...

Bulgaria (12 Nov 1946)

Major Sir Duncan McCallum: ...facts about it, but I do feel that, when we start to debate Bulgaria, we should get a proper background to our Debate. I am also sorry that the hon. Gentleman said what he did about the late King Boris. Britain never had a better friend in Bulgaria than King Boris, and it was only because of the ill judgment of the Government, or the fortunes of war, that Boris found himself on the other...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Exit (5 Sep 2019)

...that, if the Conservatives had any confidence whatsoever in that message, Ruth Davidson would still be standing where Jackson Carlaw is standing right now. She cannot stomach the direction that Boris Johnson is taking this country in—Boris Johnson’s own brother cannot stomach the direction that he is taking the country in—so the question is, why should the people of Scotland be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Mar 2012)

David Cameron: The point I would make is that Ken twice promised to freeze fares and twice did not deliver, but the difference between Boris and Ken is that Boris pays his taxes and Ken does not.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Benefit Cap (20 Jun 2012)

Jim Fitzpatrick: Mayor Boris Johnson says he will not preside over the removal of the poor from inner London. Boris gets it: why don’t the Government?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Transport Services (Yorkshire and London) (6 Feb 2014)

Dennis Skinner: Is it not a fact that it takes two sides to create industrial action? The problem with the Tory Front Bench is that they dare not attack Boris Johnson for not conducting talks, because half of the Tory MPs want Boris Johnson to be their next leader. That is the reason.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Jun 2015)

David Cameron: We benefit hugely from having Boris’s wisdom now back in this House. The baton that I am interested in seeing is the moment at which Boris passes the baton to another Conservative Mayor of London.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Government Housing Priorities: Government Housing Priorities (28 Jun 2019)

Sadiq Khan: The reason why I was really pleased when the leader of the Conservatives asked about honesty in politics is I assumed he was talking about Boris Johnson. If we want honesty in politics, then I would assume that Boris Johnson will keep his promise and carry through some of the stuff in the London Finance Commission.

Questions to the Mayor of London — New Prime Minister and Heathrow Airport: New Prime Minister and Heathrow Airport (27 Sep 2019)

Siân Berry: Former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said in 2015 that he would: “lie down in front of those bulldozers and stop the building, stop the construction of that third runway,” at Heathrow Airport. Since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, I have called on him to stick to this pledge. Have you?

Public Bill Committee: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 12 - Advance determinations (1 Mar 2012)

Mark Reckless: My hon. Friend suggests, extraordinarily, that, were “Boris island” built, it could have such market power that the regulator would have to step in and prevent abuse of the market. Does that not imply that airlines would be rushing to use “Boris island”? In reality, they are opposed to its being built and want to stay at Heathrow.

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Report (6th Day) (8 May 2018)

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean: I know that my noble friend is not very keen on the Foreign Secretary, and that he has made a number of attacks on Boris Johnson in this House, including calling on the Government to sack him. I point out that Boris Johnson played an important part in the referendum campaign and that the people voted—

Questions to the Mayor of London — Williams Review: Williams Review (29 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: Yes, and to reassure you, when Boris Johnson was Mayor he agreed with the Government on this deal. It was only when the Secretary of State changed from Patrick McLoughlin [MP] to Chris Grayling [MP] that the Government performed a U‑turn. I am optimistic about the chances of this happening sooner rather than later with Boris Johnson, the former Mayor, as the Prime Minister.

Business of the House (26 May 2016)

Melanie Onn: ...Who should the speakers be? For the sake of the viewers, I think we should pick the most entertaining advocate for each side. For Brexit, I suggest the hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson), and remain could be represented by the former Conservative Mayor of London. For those who complain that it would not be a fair and balanced debate, let us imagine how it would...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Directly Elected Mayors (21 Oct 2010)

Eric Pickles: ...it is our intention to introduce 12 mayors. We will also be introducing additional powers. I think the problem with mayors in the past is that they have been just another politician-[Hon. Members: "Boris!"] But as Boris Johnson has demonstrated in London, with passion and with power one can transform the post.

Roads: Cyclists — Question (13 Oct 2010)

Lord Berkeley: .... Could he start with one of his own quangos, the Carbon Trust, which has just put out a circular to its members saying that they must not cycle to or from work or between meetings, especially on Boris bikes, because it has not been able to do a risk assessment on the quality and safety of Boris bikes?

Scottish Parliament: Alcohol Sales (Age Limits) (2 Oct 2008)

Kenny MacAskill: ...have moved on from David Cameron's hug-a-hoodie plan to Murdo Fraser's free bottle of Buckie or David McLetchie's gie-them-aw-a-cairrie-oot idea. I was interested to read that the London mayor, Boris Johnson—good old Boris—backs a proposal for an age 21 initiative in Croydon. Why are the Tories so dismissive of proposals in Scotland but so protective of their home counties heartland?

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (19 Dec 2019)

Ian Paisley Jnr: ...for a golden age for all of the United Kingdom by making good on his promises for bus building and infrastructure in Northern Ireland so that we can all enjoy that golden age, and will he build a Boris bridge, not just the Boris bus?

Metropolitan Police Service — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (6 Feb 2013)

John Cryer: ...whatever. Response times will lengthen, and people will be put in danger. That will be a green light for burglars in the Wanstead part of my constituency. That goes directly against what Boris Johnson promised. People in Wanstead and throughout London want to know what Boris Johnson does not understand about the word “no”.

Consolidated Fund Bill: Regional Select Committee (London) (14 Dec 2009)

David Burrowes: My hon. Friend talks about the election, and obviously Boris Johnson was elected as Mayor for London. Is not the concern that the genie of devolved government has got out of the bottle and that that genie is now blue, in the form of Boris Johnson? The problem is that the Government want to put that genie back in the bottle, but they cannot do that and so we have a costly, expensive,...

Brexit: Discussions with the European Union - Question (20 Jun 2019)

Baroness Ludford: My Lords, the various backers of Boris Johnson, such as Dominic Raab and David Davis, have backed him on the basis that we must leave the EU on 31 October. However, in the debate on Monday the putative future Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, refused to give such an absolute guarantee. He thought that leaving on 31 October was only “eminently feasible”. Could the Minister tell us what...


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