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Boris Johnson

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


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Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (16 Oct 2019)

Lord Collins of Highbury: My Lords, like many other noble Lords, I want to open briefly on Brexit. I cannot do more than repeat the words of Boris Johnson to the 1922 Committee an hour ago when he said: “We are close to the summit … but it is still shrouded in mist”. That is exactly where we are today. I hope that we will be able to have proper scrutiny of any proposed deal and that this House will have a full...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (15 Oct 2019)

Lord Desai: ...several times. However, we are where we are. I might be completely wrong—and I see that the noble Lord, Lord Kerr, is in his place, so I speak with some trepidation—but I believe that Boris Johnson has introduced a certain logical distinction to the Northern Ireland problem, and it is worth thinking about. That logical distinction is between the common market and the customs union. It...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (15 Oct 2019)

Lord Desai: ...several times. However, we are where we are. I might be completely wrong—and I see that the noble Lord, Lord Kerr, is in his place, so I speak with some trepidation—but I believe that Boris Johnson has introduced a certain logical distinction to the Northern Ireland problem, and it is worth thinking about. That logical distinction is between the common market and the customs union. It...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (14 Oct 2019)

Angela Crawley: .... This Queen’s Speech was delivered against a backdrop of chaos and a political crisis that we have never seen before. It was nothing more than an expensive distraction from the shambles that is Boris Johnson’s premiership. While I am more than happy to pay tribute to the hon. Members for North East Derbyshire (Lee Rowley) and for Truro and Falmouth (Sarah Newton), who opened the...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion to Adjourn (14 Oct 2019)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...response. Perhaps he will say, “You may think that, but I couldn’t possibly comment”. This was an unusual Queen’s Speech. We were expecting great things, given that Prime Minister Johnson tried, and failed, to have an unprecedented five weeks’ preparation rather than the usual five days. Normally, a Queen’s Speech comes after an election as an opportunity for the Prime Minister...

Scottish Parliament: No-deal Brexit (Medicine Supplies) (10 Oct 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...policy of the Prime Minister and others. It is beyond belief, particularly in light of the comments from Dame Sally Davies, that Jackson Carlaw and the Scottish Conservatives seem happy to back Boris Johnson in taking the UK out of the European Union with no deal. I do not think that people in Scotland will readily forgive them for that.

Scottish Parliament: Challenge Poverty Week (10 Oct 2019)

...everything that we can to tackle poverty. The continuation of the seemingly rapid acceleration towards a no-deal Brexit makes it all the more obvious that we need to get powers out of the hands of Boris Johnson and his ilk and into the hands of this Parliament so that we do not have to put up with Tory welfare cuts any more, because we can take the right decisions here in the first place...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (New Agreement) (9 Oct 2019)

Annabelle Ewing: ...by the President of the European Council, who cited a “blame game” being played by the UK Government. Does the cabinet secretary share my belief that that briefing simply represented Boris Johnson’s and the Tories’ attempt to shift the blame for the Brexit fiasco to anyone but themselves?

Scottish Parliament: No-deal Brexit (Possible Disruptions at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) (9 Oct 2019)

Johann Lamont: I am sure that the cabinet secretary will agree that we cannot believe a word that Prime Minister Boris Johnson says, especially in relation to his promise that Brexit would bring the national health service an extra £350 million a week. Does the cabinet secretary agree that, in stark contrast to that promise, Brexit uncertainty and the threat of there being no deal have put the NHS and...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Citizens (Assistance to Stay) (9 Oct 2019)

Jenny Gilruth: ...more security and peace of mind for thousands of my constituents if the Tories scrapped the scheme? If they will not scrap it, does the minister agree that voters should have the chance to throw Boris Johnson’s party out of number 10 and to decide Scotland’s future as an independent member of the European Union?

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Chief Scientific Advisers (8 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: I have regular meetings with ministerial colleagues, officials and others.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Yemen: Armed Conflict (7 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: In conversations about the situation in the region with my counterparts, I have reiterated the UK’s support for the UN-led political process on Yemen. On 26 September, the UK co-hosted a political event at the UN General Assembly to coordinate the international community’s support for the UN-led peace process and endorse the UN Special Envoy Martin Griffiths’ plan to begin wider...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Yemen: Armed Conflict (7 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: Details of my meeting with President Rouhani are available on the GOV.UK website. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/pm-meeting-with-president -rouhani-25-september

Brexit: Negotiations - Statement (3 Oct 2019)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...opposite, the Government really wanted to strike a deal with the EU. Having patiently awaited the result of the Conservative Party leadership contest, our EU partners were promised certainty by Mr Johnson. The de facto Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Gove, tells us that the new Cabinet Brexit sub-committee has had dozens of meetings over the summer, leading to a new plan for the Irish border...

Brexit: Negotiations - Statement (3 Oct 2019)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...opposite, the Government really wanted to strike a deal with the EU. Having patiently awaited the result of the Conservative Party leadership contest, our EU partners were promised certainty by Mr Johnson. The de facto Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Gove, tells us that the new Cabinet Brexit sub-committee has had dozens of meetings over the summer, leading to a new plan for the Irish border...

Brexit Negotiations (3 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: I must confess that I am disappointed by the tone and some of the remarks that the right hon. Gentleman has made, because I think that this is a very good basis for a deal. To take his points in turn, and to take his questions seriously, he asks what the advantage is of this deal over the previous withdrawal agreement. Simply, it is that the objections on all sides of the House to the...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Crispin Odey (3 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: Details of Ministers’ meetings are published quarterly on GOV.UK.

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (3 Oct 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: We found out this week that Jackson Carlaw will vote for whatever Boris Johnson tells him to vote for. The proposals that were published by the United Kingdom Government yesterday do not look, at this stage, like they will be acceptable to the European Union. The proposals also seem to break all the promises that were made to Ireland at the start of the Brexit process. Aside from all that,...

Brexit - Motion to Take Note (2 Oct 2019)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...police forces and exchanges of data on crime and terrorism, and they did not tell us whether the UK should stay in the European space programme or the Joint European Torus on fusion research. Boris Johnson spoke this morning of the JET Culham research campus as a British asset, but there is a reason it is called the Joint European Torus, and it is not clear yet whether we are planning to...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prorogation (2 Oct 2019)

Boris Johnson: Ministers acted in good faith to bring forward a Queen’s Speech, in the belief that prorogation was lawful, with which the High Court agreed. Ultimately the Supreme Court disagreed it was lawful, while not questioning the motives of Ministers.


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