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Prime Minister: Foreign Lobbying Bill and Economic Crime Bill (2 Mar 2022)

Boris Johnson: I thank my hon. Friend for his question. We are carefully reviewing responses to our recent consultation on a range of legislative proposals to counter state threats, including foreign agents registration. We will update Parliament in due course.

Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Mar 2022)

Boris Johnson: I hear the hon. Gentleman, and I know that the whole House will understand his feelings and his frustration that no country in the west is going directly to the support of the Ukrainians with direct military assistance. That is a reality we simply have to accept, because the consequences of a direct confrontation between the UK and Russia, and indeed between other western countries and...

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Shared Prosperity Fund (2 Mar 2022)

Michelle Thomson: I have not forgotten that it was an utterly disingenuous vote leave campaign led by Michael Gove and Boris Johnson that has led Scotland to this point. Although I await further developments with interest, as it stands, the UK structural funds are a mess. As I see it, there are five summary issues. First, there has not been—and I still have limited confidence that there will be—any...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: 10 Downing Street: Official Hospitality (28 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: Details of official receptions are published in quarterly transparency returns on gov.uk. Political receptions are not a Government matter. Notwithstanding, over the last two years, the planning and organisation of formal receptions have followed and reflected the prevailing covid restrictions and guidance.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Investigation into Alleged Gatherings on Government Premises During Covid Restrictions (28 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the Hon. Member back to the answer my Rt Hon Friend, the Minister for the Cabinet Office gave the Hon. Member for New Forest East on 21 February 2022 (UIN 120605).

Ukraine (24 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I have just come from a meeting of G7 leaders joined by Secretary-General Stoltenberg of NATO; with permission, I will update the House on our response to President Putin’s onslaught against a free and sovereign European nation. Shortly after 4 o’clock this morning I spoke to President Zelensky of Ukraine, as the first missiles struck his beautiful and innocent country and its brave...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Coronavirus: Disease Control (24 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the Hon. Member to both my statement to the House and press conference of 21 February.

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Machinery of Government (24 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: Responsibility for the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union, including oversight of the implementation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement and the Withdrawal Agreement, is being moved to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. The transfer of responsibilities to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office aligns the UK’s European strategy and bilateral...

Elections Bill - Second Reading (23 Feb 2022)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...decent jobs with a real living wage; control of Parliament, with a Parliament that actually reflects the view of the people, not just the 44% of those who voted handing over 100% of the power to Boris Johnson—now have a great opportunity. This is a stage to present all those proposals for making the UK a democracy. This is rather like a bear that has dipped its paws into a bee’s nest...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget Bill: Second Stage (23 Feb 2022)

Conor Murphy: ...that decided that health was the number-one priority. It seems that hanging around with the Tories has introduced a degree of cynicism to the DUP. It could stand outside, like Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson in Downing Street, and applaud the health service every Thursday night during the pandemic, but, when it came to putting money behind that and actually saying that what it had told us...

Opposition Day: Countering Russian Aggression and Tackling Illicit Finance (23 Feb 2022)

David Lammy: ...by inflating prices and buying up properties to lie empty as assets not homes. And it leads people to ask questions about the Conservative party, which has accepted £2 million in donations since Boris Johnson took power in 2019. Mr Speaker, it must give that money back.

Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I can announce to the House that in the light of the increasingly threatening behaviour from Russia, and in line with our previous support, the UK will shortly be providing a further package of military support to Ukraine. This will include lethal aid in the form of defensive weapons and non-lethal aid. I am sure that the whole House will want to join me in congratulating Team GB’s curling...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Clarification (23 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: ...to Russia’s further violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty. As I said in my answer, these include Gennady Timchenko, Russia’s sixth richest oligarch, to whom she referred in her question, and Boris and Igor Rotenberg, two long-standing associates of the regime. In the event of further aggressive acts by Russia against Ukraine, we have prepared an unprecedented package of further...

Finance (No. 2) Bill - Second Reading (and remaining stages) (Continued) (22 Feb 2022)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...the last two years, I am sure that many creative freelancers and hospitality businesses would vehemently disagree. Given the nature of his resignation, so would the noble Lord, Lord Agnew. What Mr Johnson seems less keen to stress each week at Prime Minister’s Questions is that the UK experienced one of the largest contractions of any economy when GDP fell by 9.4% during 2020. Annual...

Ukraine (22 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: Can I thank the right hon. and learned Gentleman, the Leader of the Opposition, for the clarity with which he has just spoken and the support that he has given to the UK’s strategy in dealing with this crisis in Europe? I think, if I may say so, that that will be noted, and the change in the approach taken by the Opposition over the last couple of years is massively...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Veterans: Testing (22 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: We are grateful to all those who participated in the British nuclear testing programme which played a valuable role towards developing a nuclear deterrent that has ultimately kept Britain safe for decades. We take our obligations to our personnel extremely seriously and ministers are always open to discussing whether we can do more. My Office is in discussions to arrange a mutually convenient...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (22 Feb 2022)

...at every interval by the Scottish Conservatives. Of the specific issues that were raised, I will start with testing. It is a bit rich for Douglas Ross to accuse me of picking a fight with Boris Johnson, but we will leave that to one side for the moment. I have had many discussions on testing with UK Government representatives over the past few days, and we all agree that, in time—at...

Gender Recognition Act — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (21 Feb 2022)

Anneliese Dodds: ...had not been any progress updates since it was announced, she suggested that the plan had just been abandoned: “It is probably because there is a new Government in place under the leadership of Boris Johnson.” Is that plan still there, or is it not? Of course, the plan covers many of the issues we have been talking about today: healthcare, discrimination, hate crime and conversion...

Living with Covid-19 (21 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I really thought that this would be the moment when the Leader of the Opposition ended his run of making the wrong call on every single one of the big decisions. Time and again, he has had the chance to back the Government on the big decisions, but, I am afraid, he has got it wrong. Let me turn to some of the points that the Leader of the Opposition has made. The scientific evidence for what...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: 10 Downing Street (21 Feb 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the Rt Hon Member to the answer to her question of 10 February 2022, UIN 115926. I note that she has also written to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and the Cabinet Secretary on the same issue. A Ministerial reply will be sent in due course.


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